Mr. Nice Posted March 28, 2022 Share Posted March 28, 2022 (edited) 3 minutes ago, alexa said: Wrong, he is quoted as saying this in the 1931 popular science magazine. Incorrect, the page FROM the 1931 popular science magazine shows it is the journalist making the statement. I love how you ignore the major part of my damn post....as you always do! Had Piccard said that, he would have put it in quotation marks like his reference to "blue air". But so what, he is looking through a fairly small port hole with no more than 30 degrees of span with his nose up against the window. There would be barely any visible curvature anyway under those circumstances. You get 4.5 degrees of curvature over a 90 degree visible angle. How the hell would he see curve anyway? Edited March 28, 2022 by Mr. Nice Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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