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  • jackfrostvc
    There has been discussion recently on social media regarding the possibility of Go Fast being a balloon. Supposedly Go Fast was at around 13k feet it's being said and 300 miles off the coast. The 300 miles is from a quote by Graves who said they...
  • Pertti Niukkanen
    A slightly neater illustration of the converging (in 2D) essentially parallel (in 3D) rays And on lighter note, here's me from a few years ago illustrating how shadows change in 2D as your position changes.
  • Rory
    Rory reacted to LilWabbit's post in the thread Can White Swans exist? with
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    Your latest confusion was thinking the black swan is about horizons not existing whereas the black swan I just quoted from this thread -- and which me and others were discussing -- has nothing to do with horizons not existing. Maybe you had moved...
  • econ41
    econ41 reacted to LilWabbit's post in the thread Can White Swans exist? with
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    There's no confusion whatsoever that the explicit argument of QE has nothing to do with horizons not existing. If you think there's an implicit argument about there being no horizon, you're more than free to engage in a soliloquy on that or any...
  • Gaspa
    A slightly neater illustration of the converging (in 2D) essentially parallel (in 3D) rays And on lighter note, here's me from a few years ago illustrating how shadows change in 2D as your position changes.
  • Gaspa
    Could you explain the difference? Geometry tells us this: Take any number of geometric parallel straight lines, of infinite length, in a 3D space. Do a rectilinear perspective projection onto a 2D plane (e.g. painting or photograph), and then...
  • Mendel
    A slightly neater illustration of the converging (in 2D) essentially parallel (in 3D) rays And on lighter note, here's me from a few years ago illustrating how shadows change in 2D as your position changes.
  • LilWabbit
    LilWabbit reacted to Landru's post in the thread Can White Swans exist? with
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    I think we're done here.
  • Landru
    Landru replied to the thread Can White Swans exist?.
    I think we're done here.
  • LilWabbit
    LilWabbit replied to the thread Can White Swans exist?.
    There's no confusion whatsoever that the explicit argument of QE has nothing to do with horizons not existing. If you think there's an implicit argument about there being no horizon, you're more than free to engage in a soliloquy on that or any...
  • MyMatesBrainwashed
    That's YOUR confusion. Why I'm still trying to help you here, I'm not sure. I've already explained how QE's modus tollens numbers "hides" that it REALLY IS saying the horizon doesn't exist. I've pointed out that the crazy black swan argument...
  • LilWabbit
    LilWabbit replied to the thread Can White Swans exist?.
    Your latest confusion was thinking the black swan is about horizons not existing whereas the black swan I just quoted from this thread -- and which me and others were discussing -- has nothing to do with horizons not existing. Maybe you had moved...
  • MyMatesBrainwashed
    That's cool, but I do. Fair enough, you've busted your black swan. Be happy. Will it help if I agree that you've busted your black swan? I'm just telling everyone that as far as a flat earther is concerned, no one's busted nothing. You may not...
  • LilWabbit
    LilWabbit replied to the thread Can White Swans exist?.
    Or logic. Just wanted to tag your excellent post from page #2 once more for @MyMatesBrainwashed to carefully read and digest in case I'm too unclear.
  • LilWabbit
    LilWabbit reacted to Pertti Niukkanen's post in the thread Can White Swans exist? with
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    From Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon: Quantum Eraser uses the formula 3, which is about the same as formula 1. Formula 1 gives the distance of the horizon when atmospheric refraction is ignored. So Quantum Eraser chooses to...
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