Hoodwinked ~ Mark Flatlander Interviews A United Airlines Pilot
This is a really short interview with an airlines pilot regarding the flat Earth. You will no doubt think it’s hilarious how the pilot in this video sits in her chair and stares out the window at a flat unmoving Earth all day and yet she gets up from that chair and dribbles “Oh there’s a curve alright”. Look I’m no commercial pilot and apparently being one don’t make you smart, so who needs to be a pilot to see that there is no curvature! Eight inches per mile, squared… is the formula for calculating the curvature of the Earth… given this, how far would you brainy flight jocks say you can see on a clear day? 100 miles? 300 miles? 1000 miles? Listen er, maybe you haven’t been reading along but eight inches per mile, squared says that you shouldn’t see that far. Instead, at just 30 miles the horizon would be as black as space because that’s what you’d be looking at if you looked straight out the front of the plane.
If the Earth was actually a globe, no matter how large, the surface of the globe would curve downwards in all directions away from the observer causing them to necessarily tilt their heads down more and more the further they ascended to be able to see the horizon. In reality, which is only consistent with rising over a flat plane, the horizon rises along with the observer and remains precisely at eye-level for the entire ascent!
The Book of Daniel tells us to “learn what it is you’re looking at, and only then will you know what you are seeing” Anyone that says they can see the curve needs to photograph it and let us see it too, so we can all join in on your fantasy.
Research flat Earth and stop looking stupid in the eyes of the rest of the flat Earth.