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Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?

 
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Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Well, can you?

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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nope.
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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nope.
 Quoting: deplorable recollector


Correct answer, although "Globe Earth" supporters tell us that commercial airline pilots regularly see "the Curve" from between 35,000 and 40,000 feet.

Let's wait for a few more responses.

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Looks like this thread has been "dealt with" so I'll post the rest of it;



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deGrabAss has failed, miserably, in supporting the Scientism lie, so (((They))) are now in the process of throwing him under the bus, with the usual "preverted sex" charges.

Who knows? It might be all true.

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I look forward to the social destruction of;

1) Bill Lye, the Lie-ence Guy (obvious prevert)
2) Cryin' Box (tranny English face of Scientism)
3) Mickey O'Kaka (probably an old, Japanese woman)

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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nobody?

I thought that the Scientism Rat-Pack of GLP would be on this, like a tramp on chips!

That's a UK reference, BTW, if you didn't understand it.

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Neil deGrabAss is being side-lined.

By "preverted" sex allegations.

Who can possibly take "his" place?

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Nobody?

I thought that the Scientism Rat-Pack of GLP would be on this, like a tramp on chips!

That's a UK reference, BTW, if you didn't understand it.

cruise
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It's been explained many times but you're too stupid to understand.

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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nobody?

I thought that the Scientism Rat-Pack of GLP would be on this, like a tramp on chips!

That's a UK reference, BTW, if you didn't understand it.

cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


It's been explained many times but you're too stupid to understand.

(sarc)
 Quoting: Free me


Do tell?

We seem to have the assertion that commercial airline pilots see the "Curve", all the time, yet Neil deGrabAss now tells us that it's not possible to see the "Curve" from 3, or 4, times the height that a regular commercial airline pilot flies, at.

I'm seriously confused, here, so maybe you could point me to a Wolfie6020, or Reds Rhetoric, video, that explains everything?

Remember, Neil deGrabAss said this, not me.

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Gotta be something to do with Refraction, right?

It seems that refraction, near the surface of Earth, causes light to bend UPWARDS, not downwards, as Globesters would like.

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Bro Sanchez has all this down do it man, down to the real truth.

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Bro Sanchez has all this down do it man, down to the real truth.


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Thanks, mate.

Seen all this, already.

We still don't know what this realm is, or its shape.

I'm tending to a Magnetic Torus kinda deal, like Ken Wheeler explains, about Magnetism.

However, last time I checked, Ken is NOT an FE kinda guy.
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What are you confused about? He said from that perspective it looks flat. To the Observer.

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cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


What are you confused about? He said from that perspective it looks flat. To the Observer.
 Quoting: BRIEF


putin

We are constantly told that commercial airline pilots, who fly at between 35,000 and 40,000 feet, see the "Curve", all the time.

deGrabAss, in the video, said NO! You cannot see the "Curve" from the altitude at which Felix Baumgartner, jumped.

deGrabAss said this. Not me!

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Neil deGrabAss Tyson - his words, not mine!

cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


What are you confused about? He said from that perspective it looks flat. To the Observer.
 Quoting: BRIEF


putin

We are constantly told that commercial airline pilots, who fly at between 35,000 and 40,000 feet, see the "Curve", all the time.

deGrabAss, in the video, said NO! You cannot see the "Curve" from the altitude at which Felix Baumgartner, jumped.

deGrabAss said this. Not me!

pennywise
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What pilots? What about passengers? I've flown and I can't say I have seen the curve...are the pilots higher than the passengers?
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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
deGrabAss fucked up, but Big Time.

Probably started believing "his" own IMDB profile.

(((They))) are going to punish this be-otch, for the sloppy work that "he" done.

cruise

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Not for much longer, deGrabAss!

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cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


What are you confused about? He said from that perspective it looks flat. To the Observer.
 Quoting: BRIEF


putin

We are constantly told that commercial airline pilots, who fly at between 35,000 and 40,000 feet, see the "Curve", all the time.

deGrabAss, in the video, said NO! You cannot see the "Curve" from the altitude at which Felix Baumgartner, jumped.

deGrabAss said this. Not me!

pennywise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


What pilots? What about passengers? I've flown and I can't say I have seen the curve...are the pilots higher than the passengers?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Blow it out yer ass.

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Neil deGrabAss Tyson - his words, not mine!

cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


What are you confused about? He said from that perspective it looks flat. To the Observer.
 Quoting: BRIEF


putin

We are constantly told that commercial airline pilots, who fly at between 35,000 and 40,000 feet, see the "Curve", all the time.

deGrabAss, in the video, said NO! You cannot see the "Curve" from the altitude at which Felix Baumgartner, jumped.

deGrabAss said this. Not me!

pennywise
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No, those pilots that say that are complete idiots with confirmation bias.

BUT, that doesn't mean that the Earth is flat.
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deGrabAss has failed, miserably, in supporting the Scientism lie, so (((They))) are now in the process of throwing him under the bus, with the usual "preverted sex" charges.

Who knows? It might be all true.

drevil

I look forward to the social destruction of;

1) Bill Lye, the Lie-ence Guy (obvious prevert)
2) Cryin' Box (tranny English face of Scientism)
3) Mickey O'Kaka (probably an old, Japanese woman)

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deGrabAss BUMP! bump
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FlaDerp is so 2017...
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Can't say I've ever been that high.
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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Can't say I've ever been that high.
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Felix Baumgartner, allegedly went up to that altitude (128,000 feet), and parachuted back to Earth.

I wonder if Felix saw the "Curve?"

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Nobody?

I thought that the Scientism Rat-Pack of GLP would be on this, like a tramp on chips!

That's a UK reference, BTW, if you didn't understand it.

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Nobody?

I thought that the Scientism Rat-Pack of GLP would be on this, like a tramp on chips!

That's a UK reference, BTW, if you didn't understand it.

cruise
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You must be new here.
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Must I?

I found GLP when Emperor Kent's CyberSpaceOrbit was around.

Nomesane?

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There is no curvature in my flat stationary world.
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There is no curvature in my flat stationary world.
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Sagnac.

Airy.

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