Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Flat Earth Proof - Architecture


One of the main things that makes humans special is the capacity to build. The ancient britons built stonehenge, the Egyptians built pyramids and the romans built roads. As time went on the buildings people built were bigger and more complex. Since the buildings were more complicated more precise calculations like the incline of the ground and stability of the earth were taken into account. However the curvature of the earth was not a factor in any building humans have built. Take for example the Suez canal. The Suez canal is a 100 mile canal built between the Mediterranean sea and the Red sea. When constructed the curvature of the Earth was not taken into account. You would think that over 100 miles the canal might drop 1 or 2 feet but it doesn't, its built without a slope 26 feet under sea level. Other examples of building projects that did not take into account the curvature of the earth into account include but is not limited to the Erie Canal, and the Golden Gate bridge.







6 comments:

  1. There are many, many examples of structures that have to take the earth's curvature into account. A quick google search will show you this. Or do you believe that structural engineers are being threatened to lie about this too?

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  2. You don't understand scale, do you. Just because you can't see or feel that the earth is curved doesn't mean it isnt. Just because you cant see bacteria or atoms doesnt mean they arent there.

    If you tried to convince a skin cell on your arm that it is part of a larger, enormously more complex organism it would not believe you. But when you leave it to gather evidence about its surroundings, it may find in time that it must be part of a larger system, even though it is not apparent right away. We are that skin cell. You are living on a gigantic planet, that is round, and spinning, and part of a larger, ever-expanding universe.

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    1. Jack, u dont know jack jack!

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    2. I'm just trying to explain in a way that your microscopic minds can understand. I'n sorry, it wasn't the best example.

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  3. Sorry Jack, you're dilluded by scientism, I know, I know it's difficult to overcome the cognitive dissonance. Your science is not science, it's a religion.

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