2 - Proof Heights of Cities


Is the Earth a Liquid Water Ball?

WE ARE TOLD THAT THE EARTH IS 75% LIQUID WATER

THE POWERFULS OF THE WORLD NASA, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, THE SECRET SOCIETES, THE RICHES, THE SCIENTISTS, THE ENGINEERS, THE ARTISTS DON'T HAVE MADE A BALL OF REAL LIQUID WATER FLOATING IN A VACUUM BEACAUSE A POWERFUL REASON GREATER THAN ALL THEIR POWERS

IT IS IMPOSSIBLE!!

PERPENDICULAR PARALLEL LINES

Let's take some heights - above sea level - around the Caribbean coast:

State County Town Height Geodesic Mark
Zulia Bolivar Cabimus 3,51 m VP-72
Carabobo Pt Cabello Bruzual Park 3,54 m VNEM
Sucre Sucre Cumana 3,57 m MSC-72

Cabimas and Cumana are separated by around 750 kilometers in a straight line, which would be almost 7º of inclination. In that long distance the protractor doesn't have to be a big one, because 7 degrees are easy to see without any further help.


In the imaginary earth, in 1855 meters the plumb cord would be inclined 1'; in 3710 it would be 2', and so on.

Between Cabimas and Cumana there are many other cities and towns, all almost at the same height: it is not difficult to build up a contour level through columns risen at the same level



At all those points the horizon line is cut at 90º by each plumb cord in those points, such as we already read:

LEVEL: a line or surface that cuts perpendicularly all plumb lines that it meets and hence would everywhere coincide with a surface of still water b : the plane of the horizon or a line in it.

It doesn't matter if the columns are risen to the sky, the plumb cords will always cut the horizon line at 90º. This is not only true in Venezuela, but in every country of the world. The plumb cords are parallel, and they never will cross their projections no matter how close they are.








Peakbagger: From a distance, especially from the expansive flatlands of the Great Plains, the Rockies look very impressive and pointy, but perhaps only twenty major summits in the entire range require any technical mountaineering skills or gear whatsoever. Mt. Elbert (14,433'), the highest peak in all the Rockies, is so gentle people have ridden bicycles to its summit.

Peakbagger: The Great Plains is a strip of land 400 miles wide lying just east of the Rocky Mountains. It stretches all the way from Mexico 2500 miles north into central Canada.

To know the expected difference of level of two points on a circumference such as the equator of the imaginary earth the math is really simple:

Cabimas city and Cumana city are not as high as tha, neither is the Bolivar Peak.

So, the mathematical teaching is divorced from reality, showing the math system to be anti-nature.




The reader doesn't have to go to the moon to test this, but to a beach, taking with him a hose, three rods of 1.8 meter each. Use one of the poles as the starting mark level. From here use the hose full of water to mark that level on the other two rods. Move in the line where the water finds the sand.

Vatera is seven kilometers of uninterrupted sandy beach - link



The expected values on a curve with the dimensions of the imaginary earth are:




For short distances you can use the relation y=x2/(2x6,378,164 meters), which yields a square curve




Go to a beach and compare the paper results with the results on the sand.



COLUMBUS AND THE FLAT SURFACE OF THE OCEAN

Columbus received the reward offered by the king for being the first one to see a human signal coming from some unseen land. Let's read his own words:

Thursday, 11 October. Steered west-southwest; and encountered a heavier sea than they had met with before in the whole voyage. Saw pardelas and a green rush near the vessel. The crew of the Pinta saw a cane and a log; they also picked up a stick which appeared to have been carved with an iron tool, a piece of cane, a plant which grows on land, and a board. The crew of the Nina saw other signs of land, and a stalk loaded with rose berries. These signs encouraged them, and they all grew cheerful. Sailed this day till sunset, twenty-seven leagues.

After sunset steered their original course west and sailed twelve miles an hour till two hours after midnight, going ninety miles, which are twenty-two leagues and a half; and as the Pinta was the swiftest sailer, and kept ahead of the Admiral, she discovered land and made the signals which had been ordered. The land was first seen by a sailor called Rodrigo de Triana, although the Admiral at ten o'clock that evening standing on the quarter-deck saw a light, but so small a body that he could not affirm it to be land; calling to Pero Gutierrez, groom of the King's wardrobe, he told him he saw a light, and bid him look that way, which he did and saw it; he did the same to Rodrigo Sanchez of Segovia, whom the King and Queen had sent with the squadron as comptroller, but he was unable to see it from his situation. The Admiral again perceived it once or twice, appearing like the light of a wax candle moving up and down, which some thought an indication of land. But the Admiral held it for certain that land was near; for which reason, after they had said the Salve which the seamen are accustomed to repeat and chant after their fashion, the Admiral directed them to keep a strict watch upon the forecastle and look out diligently for land, and to him who should first discover it he promised a silken jacket, besides the reward which the King and Queen had offered, which was an annuity of ten thousand maravedis. At two o'clock in the morning the land was discovered, at two leagues' distance; they took in sail and remained under the square-sail lying to till day, which was Friday, when they found themselves near a small island, one of the Lucayos, called in the Indian language Guanahani. ...Saturday, 13 October. This is a large and level island, with trees extremely flourishing, and streams of water; there is a large lake in the middle of the island, but no mountains: the whole is completely covered with verdure and delightful to behold

The math is simple: 22½ leagues = 90 miles. From 10 to 2 hours after midnight there are 4 hours x 12 miles per hour = 48 miles. The land still was 2 leagues away, which is 8 miles, added to 48 gives 56 miles or above 90 kilometers. By his own words, there was not mountain. The ship could be some 3 meters above the water.

If the water of the ocean was curved, the island would be more than 600 meters below the line of sight of Columbus. Therefore neither he nor the others could see any light from that far a distance. Columbus and all those experts in high sea navigation knew these realities common among mariners: the water surface of the ocean is flat (except for the waves).


Seeing Milwaukee from Holland: about 80 miles far