It's been 4 months (my first post was on July 13th, 2016)! Wow.
I've covered a lot of ground (57 posts), I've learned a lot & had a good time. Traffic is now coming in spontaneously, based I think largely on Google results. You can help my linking to me if you want.
I think the most effort went into my analysis of High-Altitude Balloon footage - that required a lot of thinking about the geometry and how it would look in a camera and then turning that into mathematical model took a while to go back and re-write it all. We also had to address the Lens Distortion bug-a-boo.
But I found an incredibly solid and crisp image of the curvature of the Horizon short of the ISS, so I was very happy with the final results.
I also finally put together my own horizon curvature calculator and I'm working on some improvements to that which will help to visualize the expected curvature in a photograph - based on the lessons learned from the High-Altitude balloon footage work.
And I managed to get the Catalog of Flat Earth Claims page fleshed out sufficiently to publish the first version.
I was also very happy to complete my post on flight times and looking at how planes fly and why they DO have to 'pitch' over but it's such a microscopic amount that it's irrelevant (and I addressed several bogus #FlatEarth claims about gyroscopes).
All-in-all it's been a good journey and I'm glad to have done it but I suspect this journey is coming to an end soon as there aren't a lot more claims I would like to address at this point. But I'm sure some things will come up from time-to-time.
I would like to expand on my resource section and link to more excellent blogs & resources on the subject so please share any with me that you've found informative (in comments or via twitter).
Feel free to engage me on twitter!