BASS it's so simple..

the max board height was 1.4 meters so our measurements over longer distances are above that board as the leveling height was at 1.32 meters.

Did you see the excel sheet? it is well expleined there.

In position C11 at a distance of 2.5kms (1.55 miles) we can see the LASER BEAM DIRECT HIT above the board in the boat.

On the FE model: the laser beam should hit exactly at that 1.49 meter (4.88 feet) height as it does in real life!

On the GE model the laser beam should hit at 1.84 meter (6.04 feet) high!

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In position C12 at a distance of 2.67kms (1.66 miles) we can see the LASER BEAM DIRECT HIT on the board in the boat.

On the FE model: the laser beam should hit exactly at that 1.51 meter (4.95 feet) height as it does in real life!

On the GE model the laser beam should hit at 1.92 meters (6.3 feet) high!

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SO the GE curved water surface model is already debunked here!

All the rest of the measurements are just proving the same: GE model NOT possible

In position C16 at a distance of 3.9kms (2.42 miles) we can see the LASER BEAM DIRECT HIT on the board in the boat.

On the FE model: the laser beam should hit exactly at that 1.63 meter (5.35 feet) height as it does in real life!

On the GE model the laser beam should hit at 2.6 meters (8.53 feet) high!

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THIS measurement is showing CLEARLY the direct hit of the laser beam as well.

You can see the beam divergence WELL too.

The distance is almost 4 kms!

In position C18 at a distance over 5kms (3.1 miles) we can see the LASER BEAM DIRECT HIT on the persons in the boat.

On the FE model: the laser beam should hit exactly at that 1.74 meter (5.71 feet) height as it does in real life!

On the GE model the laser beam should hit at 3.45 meters (11.32 feet) high!

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DO YOU SEE the laser beam direct hit at their head level?

That is an other impossibility for the GE model

Distance is at 5 kms!

This is our furthest measurement on the last experiment

In position C37 at a distance over 6kms (3.73 miles) we can see the LASER BEAM DIRECT HIT on the persons in the boat.

On the FE model: the laser beam should hit exactly at that 1.84 meter (6 feet) height as it does in real life!

On the GE model the laser beam should hit at 4.32 meters (14.17 feet) high!

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Check all the other measurement position pictures on the google drive here and ask for any of it directly.

Download measurement pictures here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2gyF12ygRBjU0NSSmIxbXU4bVk
Download pictures here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2gyF12ygRBjZktQcmgwZE5CUFk
Download measurement excel sheet here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2gyF12ygRBjZ2RyOTZfSmQ3WXc