The Horizontal Horizon: Proof that the Earth is Flat

Greetings fellow truth-seekers! Today, we delve into the evidence that supports the idea of a flat Earth. The idea of a round Earth has been widely accepted for centuries, but upon closer examination, the idea seems to be nothing more than a myth. In this article, we explore the concept of the horizontal horizon and its significance in proving the Earth’s flatness.

The Flatness of the Horizon Line

The horizon is the point where the sky and the Earth appear to meet. One of the most significant pieces of evidence in favor of a flat Earth is the fact that the horizon remains level no matter how high you go. Whether you are at sea level or flying in an airplane, the horizon appears flat and remains at eye level. This can be tested for yourself by going to a large field, desert, or beach, or by taking a hot air balloon ride. You will notice that the horizon always rises to meet your eye level and remains perfectly flat.

The Inconsistencies of a Round Earth

If the Earth were a ball, the horizon would appear curved and dip at each end of your periphery, not remain flat all around. The highest point of the Earth would be directly beneath you, and you would have to look downwards to the horizon. However, this is not what we observe in reality. Videos from amateur balloon flights and panoramic photos from atop Mount Everest show the horizon rising with the camera level and remaining perfectly flat 360 degrees around.

Official sources, such as NASA videos and the recent Red Bull skydive, have been caught adding fake curvature to the Earth through wide-angle lenses and post-production work. Even Samuel Shenton, the founder of the Flat Earth Society, pointed out that camera-distorted horizons have always been a misleading factor for those who have not freed their minds from the idea of a round Earth.

Proving the Earth’s Flatness

Flat Earthers argue that the horizon rises and remains level with observers or cameras due to the known laws of perspective, regardless of height. The Earth immediately beneath a balloon, airplane, rocket, or capsule presents a dish-shaped or concave-like appearance, with the point of the Earth immediately below the vehicle appearing as the lowest. If the Earth were a ball, the curvature would sweep away down to a horizon far below eye level.

The marine horizon from any position appears to be a perfectly level line, and everything that is right angles to the ground or horizon remains so regardless of the distance of the observer. As Beach wrote, “Since this appearance is the same at all parts of the world, its surface must be level, and therefore the Earth is a plane.”

In conclusion, the concept of the horizontal horizon provides significant evidence that the Earth is not a ball but a flat plane. The fact that the horizon always rises to meet the eye level and remains perfectly flat challenges the widely accepted belief in a round Earth. It is up to each individual to decide what to believe, but the evidence speaks for itself.

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