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Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
czygyny
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Post: #31
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
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grav  Wrote: (11-20-2016 10:21 PM)
With a name so close to 'syzygy,' I would think you would have a better appreciation for the "impossible" eclipse of selenelion. To discuss it as a trick of atmospheric optics is the same as saying it's magic. I have been down this road a few times with professional shills. Not so much here as g-l****p. They are smart cookies who throw around jargon and specious arguments that distract from the main point. None on this thread, for sure. You say there is no third object in an eclipse, then say they all need to be lined up for an eclipse. So which is it?

The correct term, by the way, is atmospheric refraction, bending of light due to water vapor in the air between the observer and the target, especially at sunrise and sunset. This is not the case, though, as both the sun and moon are too advanced in the sky to produce a shadow.

You spend an inordinate amount of time correcting my logic while presenting no (0) case for your heliocentric model.
Which says --
- earth spins 1000 mph, revolves around the sun at 66,600 mph, around a star moving half a million mph
- in a vacuum
- with an atmosphere that perfectly syncs speed with all the above motions
- so that we notice no movements; neither do clouds and smoke show any movement
- because a theory called gravity keeps the gaseous atmosphere from dispersing away into the vacuum of space
- and the aforementioned theoretical gravity keeps oceans in their banks on a spinning ball
- and this us accomplished because water seeks its own level if we redefine level as an equidistance from the center of earth, instead of sea level meaning flat along a horizontal line
- though we really don't know much about geology since the deepest hole ever drilled went down to only 7.5 miles
- and gyroscopes can't work on a constantly moving spinning ball
- and Chicago can be seen from 50 miles away across Lake Michigan, despite spherical trigonometry dictating a obscuring curve of 8 inches times miles squared -- 8 x (50 x 50) = 8 x 2500 = 1667 feet.

[Image: earth-curve-calcuation.jpg]

Enough for now. Flatearthers know more about the heliocentric model than globers.

Find any evidence to support current cosmology and I will debate it. Me go cook dinner now.

Actually I didn't start nor do I intend to argue current cosmology. The original statement about the moon being lit from the wrong side, and the idea that clouds can be behind the sun and the patently false photo image you posted are what caused me to reply.

I have no burning desire to prove nor disprove round vs flat. I doubt you've ever seen me reply in any other thread of the subject. To me, it's like the biblical 6K vs extreme age of the Earth. Fun to discuss..but it is not a burning subject that demands my immediate attention. It is not unheard of, perhaps, but how could such a conspiracy be kept under wraps for so long? Actually, never mind...I am not going to discuss the subject anymore.

Maybe someday I will find it a more important subject to delve. Heaven knows there are enough smokescreens out there to navigate.

It would seem that until the both of us can fly up in the sky to witness, firsthand, neither one will prove beyond a doubt to the other.

Can we call it a draw and call it a day? Heartflowers Hope dinner went well.

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Radar O'Really
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Post: #32
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
i've had clouds appear in my coffee

i'm so vain
'LLVNINATVS
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Post: #33
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
grav  Wrote: (11-20-2016 01:43 AM)
Optical illusion? Atmospheric refraction? Or a deceptive cosmology?





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Published on Nov 18, 2016 -- second part, more footage, showing clearly without a doubt that we have a very close sun, also in second clip you see clouds behind the sun. This would ofc. mean and prove that we all have our own sun.
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czygyny
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Post: #34
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
Radar OReally  Wrote: (11-21-2016 12:19 AM)
i've had clouds appear in my coffee

i'm so vain

HAARP has been zapping my tea. chuckle

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Post: #35
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
czygyny  Wrote: (11-21-2016 01:04 AM)
Radar OReally  Wrote: (11-21-2016 12:19 AM)
i've had clouds appear in my coffee

i'm so vain

HAARP has been zapping my tea. chuckle

[Image: cs7bjho.jpg]

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Post: #36
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
No one has challenged my list of spinning ball failures?

Plus ça change.
Deja vu all over again.

I though I would snare a debater or two, but nope.

Not much depth here, reminds me of a Biloxi beach. I walked out for what seemed like miles and never got my knees wet.
Let's see. Would that be high tide? Right?
What causes tides? A moon 235,000 miles away which only shows us one face. Because it's tidally locked, right? And though it is extremely large, it does not crash down on us. And it is possible for an ordinary camers to zoom in on a crater 50 miles wide.
Right? Cameras can focus at 235,00 miles? Right? Isn't 235,000 miles like a quarter million miles? What amazing optical instruments Nikon has!

I posted this before. Oldwhatshisname was the only poster who took the time to consider it.





By the way, Czygyny, I said exactly what you did right before I blundered into FE theory. Sorry to see you don't want to continue to seek the whole truth of our existence.

"I have no burning desire to prove nor disprove round vs flat. I doubt you've ever seen me reply in any other thread of the subject. To me, it's like the biblical 6K vs extreme age of the Earth. Fun to discuss..but it is not a burning subject that demands my immediate attention. It is not unheard of, perhaps, but how could such a conspiracy be kept under wraps for so long? Actually, never mind...I am not going to discuss the subject anymore."

No curiosity on LOP. A shame. Happy hamsters gonna defend their hamster cage. Some lunatics, ha!
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Post: #37
RE: Can clouds appear in front of the sun?
Why do people get so bent out of shape because I like my earth flat?









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