zArk Posted August 7, 2020 Share Posted August 7, 2020 (edited) 28 minutes ago, peter said: I have done that twice already ,nothing has changed, if you can't understand what I'm saying or don't like what I'm saying I can't help that Oh ,now you are talking about all the other models ,I thought you wanted me to explain it , I must have hit a nerve as once again the goal posts have been shifted, sorry old mate but as I said before my explanation fits snugly within the parameters of the globe model as you put it . Try thinking in 3D . Would you like me to explain this (10^-17 torr vacuum) as well because your lot keep banging on about it as if it is something miraculous , I don't even have to think about this one The old saying .If you see every problem as a nail ,your only solution is a hammer ( insert flat earth for nail ) But I know I'm wasting my time as, after the explanation for the vacuum is given you will be looking for your 8lb slegie theres no goal posts, there is the solar eclipse west to east observed the earth spins towards the east the moon orbits towards the east the earth spins at 15 degrees per hour the moon orbits at 0.5 degrees per hour explain how the eclipse is observed west to east its not a trick, everything is as the globe science explains. i am not making anything up the moon is travelling at 3000 km/h -- 0.5 degrees /hr = 29 days full orbit -- month the earth is spinning at 1600 km/h --15 degrees / hr = 24 hrs full spin -day the moon appears to move east to west the sun appears to move east to west its very very simple solar eclipse is the perfect alignment of the moon size, moon position to sun and earth, it is first observed in west and then is observed in east finally after 5hrs this is wonderful but the science falls apart the moon is orbiting >>>>> this way round the earth the earth is spinning >>>>> this way how does the solar eclipse observation move from west to east???? it cant. its impossible based upon globe theory. the theory falls apart Edited August 7, 2020 by zArk Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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