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Message Subject A friend of mine believes that the Earth is flat. I challenged him to prove it by walking off the edge...
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I'm sorry to tell you that LHP is right: you don't get it. May be this image will help: [link to i813.photobucket.com (secure)]

Btw.: LHP is not a flattard.
Quoting: Hydra

Put a C opposite of B.

I can see both, straight line between them, but they can’t see each other?
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74189820

B and C each have their own horizon with the same size/radius A has.
Explain, why C should see B - or vice versa.

And btw.: A can't see B. Your assumption that A can see B just shows that you still don't get it.

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Quoting: Hydra

A can’t see B or C but there’s no visible curve between them

Yes, I see what you’re trying to convey

It’s just more magic and drawings that don’t equate to reality

All of these invisible curves.

It’s just heliocentrists bastardizing perspective. A sphere has no straight lines
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74189820