Message from The18thDoctor in The Ice Wall #lounge
Omg I ate carbs today and will hate myself later. But it was so dammed good.
carbs are ok in moderation
But it tastes good
I know. 😢
well, sugar is a useful nutrient
but like carbs, moderation
Sugar is not really an essential nutrient though; the body produces its own when it breaks down carbs right
About the whole “sun appears close” thing: It never appears to change size during the course of the day, meaning that it stays the same constant distance from the observer at all times, within some error margin. However, this does not work on the FE “model”, where the sun is constantly moving towards and away from nearly all observers. On the globe, it works perfectly fine, since the massive distance to the sun “smooths out” any apparent size differences caused by the slight rotation of the earth.
This is one way that we know the sun is distant, not close.
your completely wrong, due to perspective flat earth explains and works well with the sun
Explain how the Sun can move away and yet never appear to change size.
you put an object in the sky at a distance, say 10 miles up, its not going to change size as it move around at that range
Uh yeah it will. When it’s moving 25,000 miles, yeah it will.
who says its moving 25,000 miles?
That’s the circumference of the earth at the equator.
you say it is, its not
So it’s not going in a circle above the equator?
its moving in a circle around flat earth
earth isn't a ball, its not moving around a stupid ball
Yeah, you say it’s moving in a circle above the equator. The equator’s circumference is 25,000 miles, therefore the sun is moving 25,000 miles.
no, it changes how tight or lose the circle is each day
its not a constant 25,000 miles
its also not 25,000 miles, its moving in a tight circle over flat earth ,not around a globe
so your math is all wrong
its 3,400 miles away
it doesn't have to move as much as you guys think
its on a circuit circling over our heads
due to perspective it works exactly as it should, warming the land masses, giving it light, letting plants grow with photosynthesis