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What is the FE argument for gravity in 1 min exactly.
With pre written background text for fun.
Clipped from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-JUIb661wc&t=2650s&ab_channel=jeranism

With pre written background text for fun.
Clipped from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-JUIb661wc&t=2650s&ab_channel=jeranism

[Shane's]
Public Service Announcement...
Don't Be a Dick!
(who remembers eminem and grade school 🤣)
@tobyearth @space_audits


DEBATISM X Ep X5: Ozien vs Shane St. Pierre | Downward Bias: Gravity & Mass or Electrostatics
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-JUIb661wc&ab_channel=jeranism

Downloadable: files.aethercosmology.com/s/ShanesDebateSources

Zavala, Z. (No date). _How Incoherent Electrostatic Acceleration Creates The Downward Vector (DITRH Version)_ [PDF document]. (How Incoherent Electrostatic Acceleration Creates The Downward Vector
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcZaaFypDRk&ab_channel=gudtims4)
Rycroft, M. J., Harrison, R. G., Nicoll, K. A., & Mareev, E. A. (2008). An Overview of Earth’s Global Electric Circuit and Atmospheric Conductivity. _Space Science Reviews, 137_(1–4). [https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-008-9368-6](https://doi.org/10.1007/s11214-008-9368-6)

Spears, L. (Communicated by), for Morton F. Spears (2010). An Electrostatic Solution for the Gravity Force and the Value of G. In _March/April 2010 Issue of Galilean Electrodynamics_ (Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 23-27) [PDF version].
Amoroso, R. L., & Rauscher, E. A. (2009). The Holographic Anthropic Multiverse: Formalizing the Complex Geometry of Reality. _Series on Knots and Everything, 43_. World Scientific Publishing Co. [PDF version].
https://web.stanford.edu/class/math63cm/kepler.pdf
https://www.physicsclassroom.com/getattachment/Physics-Video-Tutorial/Circular-Motion-and-Gravitation/Keplers-Three-Laws/Lecture-Notes/LessonNotes.pdf?lang=en-US

https://phys.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/University_Physics/University_Physics_(OpenStax)/Book%3A_University_Physics_I_-_Mechanics_Sound_Oscillations_and_Waves_(OpenStax)/13%3A_Gravitation/13.06%3A_Kepler's_Laws_of_Planetary_Motion
https://www.cas.miamioh.edu/~alexansg/phy111/lectures/05_kepler/kepler.pdf
https://mast.queensu.ca/~murty/MathHistory-22.pdf
https://www.math.ksu.edu/~dbski/writings/planetary.**pdf

Æther Round Table 27: Kinematics and Dynamics
Join us for Aether Round Table number 27, where we will discuss kinematics and dynamics, and discuss some of the work of Man of Stone.
Find Alan and the Space Audits links:
https://spaceaudits.net/

Find Man of Stone on Bitchute:
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/9R5qSifG7j3j/

Find links, resources and citations on the Aether Cosmology community website:
https://aethercosmology.com/

The Sun never sets.... it only moves far enough away to become unresolvable, and eventually takes its daylight with it.

Perspective, observer height, the diffraction limit, the attenuation of light, and angular resolution limit all contribute to the visual phenomenon of objects appearing to disappear bottom-up at a distance.
The eye's resolution angle, which is the minimum angle at which two points can be distinguished as separate, plays also plays a crucial role in the perception of objects at a distance. For example involving two equal-sized balls at a given distance [pictured below], the one above the observer's line of sight appears smaller as it moves away, while the one below appears larger. They also illustrate that there is a specific angle at which objects disappear from sight, referred to as Θ (theta), and this angle is reached sooner for objects below the eye line.

The images below illustrate how angles of sight compress or expand based on the observer's height and how objects of different heights are perceived by the human eye. They convey that as an observer lowers their height, the angles close to the ground compress, making the horizon appear closer. Changing the observer's height affects the angles of sight, compressing them more at the bottom (ground level) than at the top (sky level). This alteration results in a change in how information is visually processed and how far one can see. Conversely, the angles above expand. An object traveling at a higher altitude would show little change in angular size before it sets into the lower horizon. Although the total number of potential angles of vision above and below the eye line is the same, the compression rate of these angles differs. This variance in compression affects how objects are visually perceived as they move away from the observer.

Objects can seem to disappear or "set" into the horizon or other larger objects (like buildings) when viewed from certain angles. When one looks up at a very steep angle, the floors towards the top of a building compress visually, making it harder to discern details or even see the highest floors. This compression of angles leads to a loss of information and contributes to the "disappearance" of objects that are not actually obscured by any physical barriers. Also, there are of course atmospheric conditions such as aberrations and refraction that can alter the perceived size and shape of distant objects.

The higher the ceiling, the steeper the angular compression, and the faster the descent rate to the vanishing line.

This is EXACTLY how the sun and moon appear to set, maintaining a relatively constant size due to their high upper boundary and short travel distance within the observer's perspective before they meet the horizon line.

For more info:
Bottom up obstruction on a level plane
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Bottom+up+obstruction+on+a+level+plane

[DEFINETLY OPTICS]
Have you ever seen Earth curve and distance dependent angular resolution in the same frame at the same time ? What if they are the same thing?

We all know there is an apparent drop proportionate to distance. The mainstream position is that this bottom up obstruction is caused by the geometric physical earth curve. The counter position has always been that his effect is optical in nature, and not due to physical earth curve.

What it comes down to is this: The loss of information at our horizon is either optical, or physical.
If it's physical, things will simply disappear over the horizon.
If it's optical, things will disappear by angular resolution limit of the observer.
We are trying to use math to distinguish which is true.

Our argument:
If earth curve is actually physical, why can I use the values of optical limits of perception to derive the supposed radius of earth to the 8th decimal place?

The loss of information at our horizon is either optical, or physical (or both).

Well lets look at the values we chose to use, and why we chose them.

These are the values we used.
Wavelength = 666 nm
Diameter = 2.16mm

Why did we choose these values?
Well, because they represent the most commonly experienced circumstances of course.
The diameter of the Pupil (typically) ranges from 2-4 nm to 4-8nm, and it narrows the further out you look.

Wavelengths of light vary on a scale, with atmospheric scattering scaling low to high with refraction scaling high to low with the wavelength.
We chose 2.16mm because the furthest field would be most dilated.
We chose orange/red because they are LEAST susceptible to refraction.

Since the angular resolution limit and the expected rate of drop due to distance are two factors that will ALWAYS yield the radius, how can we now conclude that this value is NOT based on optics?

It seems there is now a huge disparity in the amount of evidence for physical curvature VS optical curvature....

I wonder if anyone will ever find any?

I wonder if some glober will present some math to counter the derived the radius with a higher degree of accuracy than 8 decimal places?

I wonder which side is right?
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql2/Optics+Angular+Resolution+or+Earth+Curve

The [personal] Celestial Sphere
For all the Globers who are laughing at their own model without even knowing it.....
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Library/The+Celestial+Sphere
Rotating Sky Explorer https://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion2/animations/ce_hc.html

Sunrise Angles all over earth?
If any FE have a different explanation for these observations I would love to hear it.

Hey True Earthers...If you get tired of globers bitching about a model

Hey True Earthers...

If you get tired of globers bitching about a model, or sunrise angles, or star trails, or sunlight, or eclipses,
anyone can ALWAYS reference
THIS MODEL https://adl.place/shanes-fe-model
The reason it is called "Shane's Mode;" is strictly so YOU can use it, and I can take all the criticism, insults, ridicule, jokes, attacks, etc.
The general idea is that the community gets the considerable benefit of presenting an accurate model and using it to explain several normal phenomena at once. Then, only I get the drawbacks of all that will surely come from it, and everyone else will benefit.

I planned it this way, because I largely don't care about what any of the globers piling the hate over here so we can press forward.

Or.. you know, f*ck me for saying the word model, and for bendy light or for whatever. If that's the case, no hard feelings.

One last thing, the smaller dome in the model simply represents the limit of an observers view, a spherical limit with a radius of 3959. The math that supports that is here... https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Optics+Angular+Resolution+or+Earth+Curve
and here. https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/69+Miles+Per+Degree
The descriptions are entirely reworked, mostly spelling error free, and entirely plausible. So feel free to bring it up in debates, forums, streams, podcasts, or whatever you like.
The model adequately emulates and explains all of these observations:

Sunrise,
Sunset,
Moonrise,
Moonset,
Moon Phases,
Moon's apparent rotation,
Sun's position on Equinox,
Seasons,
some aspects of Solar and Lunar Eclipses,
Star trails,
24 hours Day/Night at the North-pole and Antarctica,
Celestial Poles,
Why people south of the equator can see the same Stars rotate clockwise around a singe celestial pole at the same time at different continents [Southern Cross Observations]
https://adl.place/shanes-fe-model
https://x.com/AntiDisinfo86/status/1773050461966201188?s=20

Who wants to learn why north-south circumnavigation is a silly argument for adults?

OR learn about map projections, the coordinate systems and a bit about cosmography?

Circumnavigation
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Circumnavigation

Maps and the Coordinate Systems they are Projected From https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Maps+and+the+Coordinate+Systems+they+are+Projected+From

G Projector Map Software
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/G+Projector+Map+Software

you are going to have to either
1) claim the AE map is a globe map,
2) or understand the distances are the exact same in both models, (as represented in that awesome video showing the length of the tropics)

GEOCENTRIC - FLAT EARTH DOCUMENTARY
This thing is packed with so many visuals it should be required on the 101 list. I just watched it again and was angry with myself I forgot to use all the great sun and moon, light and dark interaction in here. It is a treasure trove... for those who can video edit anyway =)
Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTWr0vr0XIk&ab_channel=Flateartherantivaxer

Geocentrism truly is the bridge to the normies right after exposing NASA. That strike man would capture a much wider margin of the general public than the current focus.

So, let's shift it....@WitsitGetsIt @space_audits @tobyearth

Geocentrism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoqpZ7UJvxI&t=1758s&ab_channel=WitsitGetsIt

https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Geocentrism

Geocentric Visuals https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Geocentric+Animations

Relativity is Dogshit, and Einstein was a Moron. Change my mind.
Aether and the Motion of the Earth Today a live discussion here on X/Twitter
Join us at 8 PM EDT, for a live discussion here on X/Twitter Spaces about aether and the "speed of light."
https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1gqGvQbkDLgKB?s=20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE9qxo_66Z8&ab_channel=SpaceAudits

#FlatEarthFridays Ep. 91 hosted by @100KryptoKeyz & @LevelHeadzHQ

Streaming on
Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/AntiDisinformation11/live
Rokfin:

https://markdownlinks.com/@ShaneStPierre

Solar Eclipses And The Book of Enoch
Related links
Eclipses https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipses
Eclipse Sources https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources]
[[Sun and Moon]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Maps
[[Solar Cycle]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Solar+Cycle
[[Eclipse Image Summary]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Image+Summary
[[The ELP2000 VSOP87 Ephemeris]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/The+ELP2000++VSOP87+Ephemeris
[[Rahu and Ketu]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Rahu+and+Ketu
[[Eclipse - The Religious Perspective]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+-+The+Religious+Perspective
[[Personal Eclipse Predictions]]
[[Ai Eclipse Summary]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Besselian+Elements+%26+Interpolation

All PDFs downloadable:
files.aethercosmology.com/s/EclipsePDFs
https://files.aethercosmology.com/account/shares

Sources:

1. Trowbridge, D. (1874). "The Recurrence of Eclipses." _The Analyst, 1_(1), 3-5. Retrieved from [https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490](https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490).
2. Rehak, A. (2002). "Regression of Lunar nodes."
3. Dimbleby, J. B. (1894). "All Past Time: All eclipses and transits from creation."
4. Hayakawa, H. (2021). "Analyses of a Datable Solar Eclipse Record in Maya Classic Period Monumental Inscriptions." _Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, D._
5. HUNGER, H. (1988). "ASTRONOMICAL DIARIES AND RELATED TEXT FROM BABYLONIA.
6. Fendt, W. (2002). "Basics of Positional Astronomy and Ephemerides."
7. Costantino Sigismondi, P. D. V. (2024). "Eclipses: A Brief History of Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrophysics." _ICRANet International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network._

8. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses."

9. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses."
10. Jeffreys, H. (2002). "Historical eclipses and Earth’s rotation."
11. RAPPENGLÜCK, M. A. (2001). "PALAEOLITHIC TIMEKEEPERS LOOKING AT THE GOLDEN GATE."

How many months should there be?

Why does this happen? Anyone? Lunar Eclipses go the wrong way!

Eclipse Highlight Reeel: Everything you need to know in under 30
From Lunar Cycles to innos cycles, this has it all. Every single thing I have learned about eclipses put into a single video.

Related links
Eclipses https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipses
Eclipse Sources https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources]
[[Sun and Moon]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Maps
[[Solar Cycle]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Solar+Cycle
[[Eclipse Image Summary]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Image+Summary
[[The ELP2000 VSOP87 Ephemeris]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/The+ELP2000++VSOP87+Ephemeris
[[Rahu and Ketu]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Rahu+and+Ketu
[[Eclipse - The Religious Perspective]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+-+The+Religious+Perspective
[[Personal Eclipse Predictions]]
[[Ai Eclipse Summary]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Besselian+Elements+%26+Interpolation

All PDFs downloadable:
files.aethercosmology.com/s/EclipsePDFs
https://files.aethercosmology.com/account/shares

Sources:

1. Trowbridge, D. (1874). "The Recurrence of Eclipses." _The Analyst, 1_(1), 3-5. Retrieved from [https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490](https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490).
2. Rehak, A. (2002). "Regression of Lunar nodes."
3. Dimbleby, J. B. (1894). "All Past Time: All eclipses and transits from creation."
4. Hayakawa, H. (2021). "Analyses of a Datable Solar Eclipse Record in Maya Classic Period Monumental Inscriptions." _Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, D._
5. HUNGER, H. (1988). "ASTRONOMICAL DIARIES AND RELATED TEXT FROM BABYLONIA.
6. Fendt, W. (2002). "Basics of Positional Astronomy and Ephemerides."
7. Costantino Sigismondi, P. D. V. (2024). "Eclipses: A Brief History of Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrophysics." _ICRANet International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network._

8. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses."

9. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses."
10. Jeffreys, H. (2002). "Historical eclipses and Earth’s rotation."
11. RAPPENGLÜCK, M. A. (2001). "PALAEOLITHIC TIMEKEEPERS LOOKING AT THE GOLDEN GATE."


The Grand Eclipse Archive
Shanes [Complete Eclipse Walkthrough]
Eclipse Highlight Real: Everything you want to know in under 30

From Lunar Cycles to innos cycles, this has it all. Every single thing I have learned about eclipses put into a single video.

Related links
Eclipses https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipses
Eclipse Sources https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources]
[[Sun and Moon]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Maps
[[Solar Cycle]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Solar+Cycle
[[Eclipse Image Summary]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Image+Summary
[[The ELP2000 VSOP87 Ephemeris]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/The+ELP2000++VSOP87+Ephemeris
[[Rahu and Ketu]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Rahu+and+Ketu
[[Eclipse - The Religious Perspective]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+-+The+Religious+Perspective
[[Personal Eclipse Predictions]]
[[Ai Eclipse Summary]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Besselian+Elements+%26+Interpolation

All PDFs downloadable:
files.aethercosmology.com/s/EclipsePDFs
https://files.aethercosmology.com/account/shares

Sources:

1. Trowbridge, D. (1874). "The Recurrence of Eclipses." _The Analyst, 1_(1), 3-5. Retrieved from [https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490](https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490).
2. Rehak, A. (2002). "Regression of Lunar nodes."
3. Dimbleby, J. B. (1894). "All Past Time: All eclipses and transits from creation."
4. Hayakawa, H. (2021). "Analyses of a Datable Solar Eclipse Record in Maya Classic Period Monumental Inscriptions." _Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, D._
5. HUNGER, H. (1988). "ASTRONOMICAL DIARIES AND RELATED TEXT FROM BABYLONIA.
6. Fendt, W. (2002). "Basics of Positional Astronomy and Ephemerides."
7. Costantino Sigismondi, P. D. V. (2024). "Eclipses: A Brief History of Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrophysics." _ICRANet International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network._

8. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses."

9. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses."
10. Jeffreys, H. (2002). "Historical eclipses and Earth’s rotation."
11. RAPPENGLÜCK, M. A. (2001). "PALAEOLITHIC TIMEKEEPERS LOOKING AT THE GOLDEN GATE."

Lunar Eclipse That go the Wrong Way
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipses

The Grand Eclipse Archive
Shanes [Complete Eclipse Walkthrough]
From Lunar Cycles to innos cycles, this has it all. Every single thing I have learned about eclipses put into a single video.

Related links
Eclipses https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipses
Eclipse Sources https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Sources]
[[Sun and Moon]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Maps
[[Solar Cycle]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Solar+Cycle
[[Eclipse Image Summary]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+Image+Summary
[[The ELP2000 VSOP87 Ephemeris]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/The+ELP2000++VSOP87+Ephemeris
[[Rahu and Ketu]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Rahu+and+Ketu
[[Eclipse - The Religious Perspective]] https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Eclipse+-+The+Religious+Perspective
[[Personal Eclipse Predictions]]
[[Ai Eclipse Summary]]
https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Besselian+Elements+%26+Interpolation

All PDFs downloadable:
files.aethercosmology.com/s/EclipsePDFs
https://files.aethercosmology.com/account/shares

Sources:

1. Trowbridge, D. (1874). "The Recurrence of Eclipses." _The Analyst, 1_(1), 3-5. Retrieved from [https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490](https://www.jstor.org/stable/2635490).
2. Rehak, A. (2002). "Regression of Lunar nodes."
3. Dimbleby, J. B. (1894). "All Past Time: All eclipses and transits from creation."
4. Hayakawa, H. (2021). "Analyses of a Datable Solar Eclipse Record in Maya Classic Period Monumental Inscriptions." _Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, D._
5. HUNGER, H. (1988). "ASTRONOMICAL DIARIES AND RELATED TEXT FROM BABYLONIA.
6. Fendt, W. (2002). "Basics of Positional Astronomy and Ephemerides."
7. Costantino Sigismondi, P. D. V. (2024). "Eclipses: A Brief History of Celestial Mechanics, Astrometry and Astrophysics." _ICRANet International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network._

8. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses."

9. Espenak, F. (2009). "Five Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses."
10. Jeffreys, H. (2002). "Historical eclipses and Earth’s rotation."
11. RAPPENGLÜCK, M. A. (2001). "PALAEOLITHIC TIMEKEEPERS LOOKING AT THE GOLDEN GATE."

12. Trowbridge, D. (1874). "The Recurrence of Eclipses." _The Analyst, 1_(1), 3-5.

13. Brad, B. (1995). "The Saros Cycle - Eclipses come in Families." [www.BernadetteBrady.com](https://chat.openai.com/c/www.BernadetteBrady.com).

14. Sigismondi, C. (2006). "Solar radius in 2005 and 2006 eclipses." _ICRA, International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics.

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