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every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL

 
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every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
During Canadian/USA summers we see the sunset 'northwest' due to the axis tilt when the sun is 23.4° north of the Equator, ha ha ha, north! And during Canadian/USA winters we see the sunset 'southwest' due to the axis tilt when the sun is -23.4° south of the Equator, ha ha ha, south! That's a 46.8° of separation.

Now, every degree on the spherical earth tripe represents 66mi, this translates to from when the sun sets north-west during Canadian/USA summers (or any other place) it sets with a 3088.8mi distance of separation from when the sun sets south-west during the wintertime.

66mi (x) 46.8° = 3088.8mi, ha ha ha, Tripe!

northwest...........3088.8mi..........southwest
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
The tilt being 23.4 degrees leaves you 66.6 on the other side.
Accidental?
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
I understand what you're saying, but fail to see the significance.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
During Canadian/USA summers we see the sunset 'northwest' due to the axis tilt when the sun is 23.4° north of the Equator, ha ha ha, north! And during Canadian/USA winters we see the sunset 'southwest' due to the axis tilt when the sun is -23.4° south of the Equator, ha ha ha, south! That's a 46.8° of separation.

Now, every degree on the spherical earth tripe represents 66mi, this translates to from when the sun sets north-west during Canadian/USA summers (or any other place) it sets with a 3088.8mi distance of separation from when the sun sets south-west during the wintertime.

66mi (x) 46.8° = 3088.8mi, ha ha ha, Tripe!

northwest...........3088.8mi..........southwest
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Your calculation makes no sense. It makes no sense in either a spherical or flat earth worldview. You obviously have no mathematical ability whatsoever beyond basic arithmetic...

And since you agree that the sun sets in different directions in summer and winter, what, in your fantasy world, is the cause of that, if it's not due to the tilt of the earth's axis?

And why are you starting another thread about this nonsense, instead of answering the questions put to you on your original one?
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
The calculations are dead-on and spherical earth tripe about axis tilt has been officially de-bunked.

The earth isn't tilted because the sun that sets in your neck of the woods would set with a 3088.8mi of separation from where it sets in the summertime to where it sets in the wintertime.

This can no longer be argued, it's math, add it up.

To avoid this truth means there is a conspiracy, and most people have been absorbed by this conspiracy and believe that lying is the better path mankind should follow.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
The calculations are dead-on and spherical earth tripe about axis tilt has been officially de-bunked.

The earth isn't tilted because the sun that sets in your neck of the woods would set with a 3088.8mi of separation from where it sets in the summertime to where it sets in the wintertime.

This can no longer be argued, it's math, add it up.

To avoid this truth means there is a conspiracy, and most people have been absorbed by this conspiracy and believe that lying is the better path mankind should follow.
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You keep proving you're an idiot...

3088 miles between where and where? The sun doesn't set by landing on the earth at some particular point. It sets because the rotation of the earth means your line of sight to it has moved below the horizon.

It's simple, basic geometry, which you seem incapable of undersstanding.

Oh, and BTW, your "every degree represents 66 miles" is wrong as well. A degree of latitude is about 69 miles. A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
The calculations are dead-on and spherical earth tripe about axis tilt has been officially de-bunked.

The earth isn't tilted because the sun that sets in your neck of the woods would set with a 3088.8mi of separation from where it sets in the summertime to where it sets in the wintertime.

This can no longer be argued, it's math, add it up.

To avoid this truth means there is a conspiracy, and most people have been absorbed by this conspiracy and believe that lying is the better path mankind should follow.
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You keep proving you're an idiot...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353182


Sorry if I hit a nerve.

3088 miles between where and where?
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3088.8mi of separation from where it sets in the summertime to where it sets in the wintertime. Because of the so-called axis tilt 23.4° north of the Equator during Canadian/USA summers and -23.4° south of the Equator during Canadian/USA winters. That's a 46.8° of separation.

66mi (x) 46.8° = 3088.8mi, ha ha ha, Tripe!

The sun doesn't set by landing on the earth at some particular point. It sets because the rotation of the earth means your line of sight to it has moved below the horizon.
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My line of sight would change due to the tilt axis when pointing to or away from the sun, that change has a 46.8° of separation, a 3088.8mi distance from summer to winter.

Oh, and BTW, your "every degree represents 66 miles" is wrong as well. A degree of latitude is about 69 miles. A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
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Ah, it's alittle more, sorry. My bad, I can't really all memorize your tripe it takes up too much brain space but people seeking truth will understand this message and sorry again about hitting your nerve.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
A degree of latitude is about 69 miles.

A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
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Ha ha ha, a ball is a ball, just like a sphere. Its circumference is 360° all around.

Turn the ball to its side and the latitude becomes longitude, ha ha ha!

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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
A degree of latitude is about 69 miles.

A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353182


Ha ha ha, a ball is a ball, just like a sphere. Its circumference is 360° all around.

Turn the ball to its side and the latitude becomes longitude, ha ha ha!
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Well, that conclusively proves you're an idiot.

Case closed...
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
FWrong
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
A degree of latitude is about 69 miles.

A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353182


Ha ha ha, a ball is a ball, just like a sphere. Its circumference is 360° all around.

Turn the ball to its side and the latitude becomes longitude, ha ha ha!
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Well, that conclusively proves you're an idiot.

Case closed...
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Of course, anyone who claims that a ball is round all-around must be crazy. LOL

You got no game in you.

Poor poor performance!
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Why is the Equator region hot all year round and Canada mostly frozen over ha ha ha?

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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
degrees are determined by putting sextant to sun in relation to horizon. 1 degree error can make 500km error.

Hi Halcyon bobble1

How was made geographical discoveries in 17th century when at night there's no wind? (unless storm). They drift by sea stream to side or back. And not every day it's wind.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
degrees are determined by putting sextant to sun in relation to horizon. 1 degree error can make 500km error.
 Quoting: Rxel

Why not use the sextant to measure the degrees of separation of the setting sun in winter to that of summer? Then convert those degrees to miles? Oh wait, right the Op already did that and earth's axis tilt is pure hog tripe!
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
That's true, earth axis is hog. Circle is most abstract geometrical figure, that's why earth was chosen circle-round-ball. It's impossible to measure circle territory, instead they put square. (number Pi)
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Why is the Equator region hot all year round and Canada mostly frozen over ha ha ha?

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I'm glad that you found nothing flawed in the Op and decided to ask an off topic inquiry.

Canada is colder as you've pointed out than the warmer southbound countries, kind-a like warmer as one gets closer to the fire (sun) and a very good observation. German people were always very cleaver and your inquiry supports that assertion.

Have you made many other clever observations?
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
A degree of latitude is about 69 miles.

A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
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Ha ha ha, a ball is a ball, just like a sphere. Its circumference is 360° all around.

Turn the ball to its side and the latitude becomes longitude, ha ha ha!
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Well, that conclusively proves you're an idiot.

Case closed...
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Of course, anyone who claims that a ball is round all-around must be crazy. LOL

You got no game in you.

Poor poor performance!
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I am impressed clappa
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Is this it?

Is this the extent of Illuminati spherical earth support by the shills?

And will there ever be any support by the new found flat earth movement?

Is the flat earth movement still a 1-man show?

I reckon it is, having said this, then you're all shills.

But let me say this. I know you don't like my brand of logic because it sits you and your minions facing a corner with a dunce hat on. You can't play your own game and thus have no game and rather get one you hate the player. Let me explain to you how we play this game. The object of the game is, you and the rest of the shills are suppose to try to trick me into believing your tripe while scoring points in heaven. Mine is to expose your game and steal your points, when you post pointless banner, or off topic inquiries for misdirection I take all the glory.

Game on? Or, retire...
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Above previous poster exempted..
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
OP, you need to take some basic science classes or something. First of all, the separation between lines of latitude changes with each degree, secondly even if it didn't the distance you mention is not as far as you are trying to make it sound like. Learn basic science before making a fool of yourself.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
OP, you need to take some basic science classes or something. First of all, the separation between lines of latitude changes with each degree, secondly even if it didn't the distance you mention is not as far as you are trying to make it sound like. Learn basic science before making a fool of yourself.
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What do you mean by mathematics? For example I'll say give me minus 3 apples. How you'll do it. Or you'll say: give me 10 000 peaches. I'll give you 10 peaches and will write 3 zeros on ground, will you accept?
That's how mathematics work, it's abstract force.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
First of all, the separation between lines of latitude changes with each degree, secondly even if it didn't the distance you mention is not as far as you are trying to make it sound like.
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A degree is 66mi, or 69mi, can\t remember the tripe lie.

In any case it is what your books say it is, and it's tripe.

46.8° of total axis shift results that the sun sets with a +3088.8mi separation from where it sets during the winter months to the summer months in the west. Tripe!

Did I mention that you have no Game?
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Yup, the distance between the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer is about 3,200 miles.

If you go into your yard and mark a spot to stand, if you then draw a line to where the sun sets (or rises) on Dec 21 (winter solstice in northern Hemisphere), and then do the same on June 21, you will find the angle between those lines to be about 46 degrees.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
A degree of latitude is about 69 miles.

A degree of longitude varies hugely depending on your latitude.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353182


Ha ha ha, a ball is a ball, just like a sphere. Its circumference is 360° all around.

Turn the ball to its side and the latitude becomes longitude, ha ha ha!
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Well, that conclusively proves you're an idiot.

Case closed...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17353182


:hesrighttrump:

You really should stop now since you have zero knowledge of latitude/ longitude.
You. Are. Dumb.
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
46.8° of total axis shift results that the sun sets with a +3088.8mi separation from where it sets during the winter months to the summer months in the west. Tripe!

Did I mention that you have no Game?
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You keep saying this as if you made some kind of point. WHAT THE FUCK is your point. Make your stupid point clear, so we can fucking embarrass you by exposing your lack of intelligence.

46.8 deg. So? 3088 miles. So? What the FUCK is your fucking point?
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Re: every degree of spherical earth represents 66mi, thus 23.4° axis tilt is 1544.4mi of separation of the setting sun. LOL
Point is about earth geographical axis.





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