Knowledge Database, a searchable Database of Resources that "prove" the Earth is a Globe and more.
Since the Big Dipper cannot be seen on Earth from Antarctica, these flat-earthers believe they have found evidence of their flat-earth model. Here I show that the constellation they found is not the Big Dipper, but part of the constellation Sagittarius.
Mr Sensible conducted a high altitude ballon experiment that contained 3 cameras, a pressure and a temperature sensor and a GPS device. The goal was to record pressure, temperature and altitude, as well as to show the curvature of the earth to an altitude up to 39,000 m. The altitude was almost reached.
Video: MAGE II - What shape is the Earth?; M.A.G.E. - Mission Above Globe Earth - The final results!
On this page I compare the curvature of the horizon with the predicted curvature of my Curvature App. The curvature shown in the video linked above matches exactly with the prediction of the Curvature App, which is based on a globe with radius 6371 km. This means, the observed curvature of the horizon is caused by the spherical shape of the earth.
|Calculator: Parallax Triangles
|Gravitational Acceleration and Potential Field of a Cylinder
|Proof of Earth Curvature: The Rainy Lake Experiment
|Finding the Curvature of the Earth
|Comparison of Globe and Flat-Earth Model Predictions with Reality
|Simulation of Atmospheric Refraction
|Gravity on an infinite Flat Earth Plane
|Globe Arc Projection to Flat Earth
|Creating an Equinox Sundial made of Paper
|Gravity and how the Heliocentric Model works
|Earth Gravity Calculator
|Advanced Earth Curvature Calculator
|Cavendish Experiment Simulator
|Derivation of Special Relativity from basic observable Principles
|Search and Rescue Mission Contest
|Eight Inches per Miles squared Formula Derivation
|Flat Earth Dome Model
|Perspective on a Globe
|Real-Color images of the earth from the satellite Himawari (JMA)
|Can we see the Oblateness of the Earth on Satellite Images?
|Creating Flight Plans for Flat Earth
|The True Face of the Earth, Camera Distance matters
|Distances on Globe and Flat Earth
|Centrifugal and Gravitational Acceleration in an Aircraft