@ColdDimSum disproven. even on top of Brunswick using exact math of you globetards mt Rainer can not be seen You failed 😢#itsflat pic.twitter.com/Gd5UcPnzfq— 🔥W@keTheF@keUp🔥 (@5tate0fan3nemy) November 29, 2016
Of course, he also tried to claim that "Canada is 917 miles from Mount Rainer".
@djboptics Distance from Rainer to Canada is 917 miles. 8 in per sq mile. 917x8=7336 inches of curve should be missing lol. I'm done here lmao— 🔥W@keTheF@keUp🔥 (@5tate0fan3nemy) October 28, 2016
Eventually, contradicting himself, he claims it is 193.8 miles from Brunswick Mountain to Mt. Rainer - which seems to be accurate as we find in PeakFinder:
|Figure 1. PeakFinder view from Brunswick Mountain to Mt. Rainer|
At which point he tries to be a liar and use 'Surveyor Drop' over the entire distance as some kind of "total amount hidden" which is just nonsense.
@ColdDimSum 1. It's 193.8 miles from a to b. And the obscurity is from the horizon to point B. The surveyor drop is what we're looking at 😅— 🔥W@keTheF@keUp🔥 (@5tate0fan3nemy) November 29, 2016
He calculates the observer horizon and then completely ignores it -- whoops. I'm sorry the images he used are so terrible but you can see what I say well enough. He forgot he only needed enough height on Mt Rainer to get back to the horizon point which is now only 100 miles away.
|Figure 2. W@keTheF@keUp's Image 1 - calculates the 93.8 mile horizon (bravo!)|
|Figure 3. W@keTheF@keUp's Image 2 - then IGNORES his 93.8 mi horizon and just lies|
This absurd drawing seems to indicate they think that the Bulge of the Earth would be 25000 feet high or something. I really shouldn't expect any better I guess.
Here is the actual situation:
|Figure 4. The actual geometry|
And YES, the curvature 'drop' is 25030 feet over that distance. That is utterly meaningless because we aren't at the base of the mountain, we're on top of it. Even his own pathetic images agree that from 5,866' your horizon point would be about 93.8 miles away and from 6667.6' up your horizon point would be 100 miles away -- which means anything above 6667.6 feet on Mt. Rainer has a clear line of sight from Brunswick Mountain.
Just HOW much of Rainer is missing?
|Figure 5. Flat Earth sure is missing a lot of their mountain! (photo credit)|
|Figure 5. The Calculations|