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

 
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Neil deGrabAss Tyson - his words, not mine!

cruise
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


Ugh. I cannot take that dude seriously...not only does he push foat earth, he thinks every woman is a tranny. I don't trust him, I think he's a shill or retarded.
 Quoting: •Ice Cream•


Ice Cream - Thank you for commenting, but I believe you have it slightly wrong.

Neil deGrabAss doesn't think that all women are trannies!

Neil IS (on the physical evidence) an FtM tranny!

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pennywise
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Oh hahah I was talking about the youtube guy. I cant stand that Neil jackass, honestly I want to punch him in the face
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Public spokeshole of contemporary popular Scientism, Neil deGrasse Tyson, says, unequivocally, that Felix Baumgartner, of the legendary "Red Bull" super-high parachute jump (at about 128,000 feet in altitude) COULD NOT HAVE SEEN ANY EARTH CURVATURE!

Or, are you going to argue that the Neil deGrabAss video linked in the OP is somehow faked?

Hmmm?

drevil
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


Neil was obviously talking about the wide angle lens which distorted the footage. Yes, in making his very animated point he exaggerated. Frankly though, it doesn't matter what he says, the evidence stands.





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 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


Public spokeshole of contemporary popular Scientism, Neil deGrasse Tyson, says, unequivocally, that Felix Baumgartner, of the legendary "Red Bull" super-high parachute jump (at about 128,000 feet in altitude) COULD NOT HAVE SEEN ANY EARTH CURVATURE!

Or, are you going to argue that the Neil deGrabAss video linked in the OP is somehow faked?

Hmmm?

drevil
 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


Neil was obviously talking about the wide angle lens which distorted the footage. Yes, in making his very animated point he exaggerated. Frankly though, it doesn't matter what he says, the evidence stands.




 Quoting: Dr. Deplorable Astromut


"Obviously", Mr. Early-Riser?

You can get inside the mind of deGrabAss and interpret/spin what he is evidently saying?

I think not.

The "Faces" of "Pop Sci" are a bunch of incompetent clowns, compared to the Sagans, and Feynmans, of my day.

I think you know what I mean.

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deGrabAss has started believing his own IMDB image, and is off the Scientism Plantation.

Make no mistake; he is being dealt with, accordingly, hence the "sex prevert" allegations.

Who will take his place?

Tranny-boi, Brian Cocks?

Evil Bill Lye, the Lie-ence guy?

Stay tuned!

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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nope.
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You'd see the entire planet.
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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
Nope.
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You'd see the entire planet.
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Neil deGrabAss Tysoon, the "face of Science, today" says not.

Check out the video in the OP.

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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


On a clear day I've seen the curve from Lake Superior from atop the hill in Duluth, MN. It's a defined curve because the lake is so large you can't see the opposite shore. And I don't mean looking straight ahead to Wisconsin on south shore at the head of the lake.
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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


On a clear day I've seen the curve from Lake Superior from atop the hill in Duluth, MN. It's a defined curve because the lake is so large you can't see the opposite shore. And I don't mean looking straight ahead to Wisconsin on south shore at the head of the lake.
 Quoting: Catnip


Take it up with deGrabAss Tysoon, not me!

Maybe your eyes are fucked? deGrabAss could straighten them out for ya!

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Just to re-iterate, for the tards;

Neil deGrabAss Tysoon said that Felix Baumgartner, the "Red Bull" world-record parachutist (who, allegedly, jumped from 128,000 feet above the surface of the Earth) could NOT HAVE SEEN THE CURVATURE OF THE EARTH!

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deGrabAss bump! bump

Where's Reds Rhetoric, when the Globe Earth needs him?

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deGrabAss bump! bump

Where's Reds Rhetoric, when the Globe Earth needs him?

drevil

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 Quoting: Shekky Shiller


Editing a SpaceX video.

I don't think he gives a shit what Tyson says.
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Re: Can you see the "Curve of the Earth" from 128,000 feet?
You do not have to go that high ..
You can see the curve of the land on a beach, while looking at the sea, the horizon line will be about 4.5 km, with a simple calculation you can find the diameter of the earth
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