MrA Posted May 31, 2020 Share Posted May 31, 2020 9 minutes ago, bflat said: @MrA A red herring is something that misleads or distracts from a relevant or important question.... ... the red herring falls into a broad class of relevance fallacies.... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_herring All your "concerns" can be easily understood with some very basic research, but again all this is simply distracting you from the five simple points. Hit my points first and then anything you can't google for yourself I will help you with. I am Point 1 Impossible Horizons Apparently the horizon is impossible and we can actually see things we shouldnt be able to on a round earth because its FLAT So how do you explain the fact that people living in the southern hemisphere cannot see Polaris ( the north star ) Are you now suggesting that the FE horizon is capable of obscuring a star ? Also regarding horizons , OP Point 1 , I was informed the Sun traverses the sky on a level plain above the Earth So why does it rise at different points on the Horizon depending on what time of year it is ? And it does do that BTW please lets not.pretend it doesnt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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