7:00 Am to 7:00 PM hourly measurements of the Sun’s path in degrees! The Sun doesn’t travel 15 degrees an hour as we are told. Instead it varies according to its position. This proves the Earth doesn’t rotate at constant speed but instead is flat and stationary!
If we are to believe the Earth is spinning at a constant speed as the Earth is rotating counterclockwise, the Sun should also travel at a constant rate of 15 degrees per hour as we are told. But as you can see the Sun’s speed varies according to its location in the sky!
7:00 - 11.0 degrees
8:01 - 23.3
9:01 - 35.3
10:01 - 47.6
11:00 - 59.2
12:01 - 69.5
13:00 - 73.7
14:00 - 69.2
15:00 - 59.1
16:00 - 46.8
17:00 - 34.9
18:00 - 22.5
19:00 - 10.5
This is proof the Earth is flat and stationary!
At any moment, the atmosphere contains an astounding 37.5 million billion gallons of water, in the invisible vapor phase. This is enough water to cover the entire surface of the Earth (land and ocean) with one inch of rain.Apr 19, 2010
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The brightest Star in the sky with the iPhone 11 Pro Max! Modern optics proves the celestial bodies are not in space but instead are very close.
The Orion Belt moving along with Venus which is supposedly 40 million miles away compare to supposedly 817 light years away and yet they both move along at the same speed and keeping the same distance when zoomed in which proves they relatively are at the same distance.
The question everyone should be asking!
“How can the Sun travel in a perfect circle above the North Pole during the summer and simultaneously travel East to West”
The Midnight Sun undeniably debunks the globe model as the Arctic circle cannot manifest itself while the Earth is supposedly tilted at 23.5 degrees. This perfect circling path of the Sun can only manifest itself if the Sun is straight above the surface. The Sun illuminates the Earth East to West so how can the Sun make a perfect circle above the North Pole?
An invisible line sweeps across Sweden, Finland, Russia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Iceland - a line that also splits Norway in two. The magic latitude of 66 33N marks the Artic Circle. Above the line, you can see the Midnight Sun 24 hours a day throughout the summer - or the Northern Lights in the winter.
My globe is tilted at 23.5 degrees since it’s used as an educational tool. The camera’s point of view is the directional path of the Sun and the white pins are the Arctic Circle better known as the Midnight Sun. As you can see at that angle it’s impossible for the Sun to be on top of the North Pole making a perfect circle at 66 degrees Latitude and 33 degrees North! Checkmate!