THEI Eyeballs The Earth ~ Has the True Shape of the Planet Been Discovered? Part 6: Flat Earth Theory: Rebuttal

The Following Rebuttal to the the curvature of the earth question in the Flat Earth Theory was posted as a comment to our ongoing series: THEI Eyeballs The Earth ~ Has the True Shape of the Planet Been Discovered? Part 5: Flat Earth Theory: Under the Dome  by our own webpage maintainer Rick Osmon.

I felt that to be fair to those presenting the different theories that it should be brought to the main body of our research.

Also  represented are links to other studies THEI has presented from the past of the same study as to curvature.  We do not present many comments in the pages of THEI (although we read every one) because we have too many trolls trying to cause confusion as regards to our controversial subject matter.  THEI is designed to present different ideas not argue them, however in this case we are opening this subject, the curvature of the earth, to anyone who wants to respond.  Looking forward to your comments. . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw.

P.S. If you do not want to comment, but you have a video or link to send us on the subject you can send it to my e-mail address;

First a quick look:

Show me the curvature [X] Done 2

Published on Jul 16, 2017

The original shot was taken from Soundlys: ‘Lake Pontchartrain Transmission Lines Nikon P900 (3/3)’

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Original Posting by Rick Osmon to Comment Section of Part 5 of THEI’s ongoing series, “Has the Shape of the Planet been Discovered?”

Soundly Proving the Curvature of the Earth at Lake Pontchartrain


A classic experiment to demonstrate the curvature of a body of water is to place markers (like flags) a fixed distance above the water in a straight line, and then view them along that line in a telescope. If the water surface is flat then the markers will appear also in a straight line. If the surface of the water is curved (as it is here on Earth) then the markers in the middle will appear higher than the markers at the ends. Here’s a highly exaggerated diagram of the effect by Alfred Russel Wallace in 1870:


This is a difficult experiment to do as you need a few miles for the curvature to be apparent. You also need the markers to be quite high above the surface of the water, as temperature differences between the water and the air tend to create significant refraction effects close to the water. . . . Go to Complete Extensive Report

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Early Studies of the Curvature posted by THEI which came up with differing results:

THEI Eyeballs the World Part 1:  The Tamarack Mines Mystery & Cyrus Teed’s Rectilineator

THEI Eyeballs the Earth Part 3: Let’s Go Flat Out (Scientifically)


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