Written by @rokro11 COASTLINES Here we find an interesting part about our flat and stationary earth. It has to do with coast lines. Coast lines are the perimeter around land masses that meet with the water’s edge. One unique thing about undisturbed water is that it’s always flat and level. Because of that fundamental attributeContinue reading “Coastlines Don’t Lie”
Written by @rokro11 An image of “Antarctica” on Google Maps looks like this: Does this look like a continent at the lower edge of the earth? It does to me. I’m sure that’s what it looks like to everybody who looks at it. That’s what Antarctica is supposed to look like on earth were weContinue reading “Coordinates Don’t Lie”
This article was prepared and written by @rokro11, not Stacey McStationary, and is a guest article appearing on this site. If you have any questions or comments you may contact @rokro11 on Twitter or leave a comment below. The last article was about measuring the moon. This article will be about measuring the moon’s brotherContinue reading “Measuring the Sun”
Please note: This is a guest post by @rokro11. He uses info from timeanddate.com to calculate the moon’s size. I, Stacey, have not looked into this personally. If you would like to comment or ask any questions, you can do that below or to @rokro11 on Twitter. How to Calculate the Moon’s Size In this article, IContinue reading “Measuring the Moon”
All rockets go up, then sideways, then back down to earth. Every single time.