It's as easy as seeing the sun in either the first story or second story window., The suns position tells the real answer. If the sun is seen in the first story window during late Spring, Summer, and early Fall sun seasons the earths surface could either be flat or curved. As a rule of thumb general times will be (9 - 10 am mornings, and afternoon times 3 - 4 pm).. In this example the sun is in the first story window.
In this example of the two story house the sun is in the 2nd story window. This distinguishes earths true surface shape as being flat. This is because in the designated sun seasons and times the high sun position can only be viewed from a flat surface. Finding out the why is the *NEXT* step.
Understanding sun location in our daytime sky or the high sun is primary evidence of flat earth. At 46 degree or more the earths true surface shape distinguishes itself as flat at observation times of 09:00 and 15:00 (3pm) daily. Like a window in the sky as shown in the diagram above the sun position in the sky verifies the difference between a flat or curved surface. This is because the object of reference the sun when sighted center mass has now exceeded the line of parallel, and you are no longer sighting on the sun center mass (proper earth to sun alignment is exceeded) for the globe model. At 45 degree and below the earths surface is indistinguishable between flat and curved. The most difficult times for the globe model are the summer season, inside the prime meridian zone and low altitude, this is because the globe model only has 45 degree upper surface measurement to work with because the observer is at a 45 degree surface angle to the sun which reaches line of parallel for the globe model at 90 degree.
Using Solo Timed Observation (STO) as in this example or Simultaneous Observation (SIMO), the Marx device and a digital protractor we can create a grid pattern to check the suns position with regards to both the globe and flat earth models. This grid is then used to verify whether the observation station (observer) is viewing the sun from a flat or curved surface. This essentially crates accountability within the system. Because understanding the the suns position our daytime sky is the real answer to determining earth's true surface shape, learning how is why I have developed this website.
Understanding how to use the sun along with military science and geometry to determine earths true surface shape. Its as simple as looking in the daytime sky based on where you live in the world and seeing the sun high in the sky, there is a point at which the high sun proves you live on a flat surface. It's what Heliocentric globe model failed to produce as part of the validation process. The sun and its position being #1 reason as evidence we live on a flat earth. Understanding how and why is the reason I have developed this process and information using military science, the sun, and geometry.
Many ask this question and its usually one of the first questions asked, what's the big deal on the shape of the earth, and why does it matter? It boils down to that age old battle mostly between heliocentric sciences story of everything was created in a Big Bang. The earth and everything was created in this explosion. Which tells us we were created as a cosmic accident in the chaos of space without purpose. The other is more or less religious based in that we were created by God, a creator, with this creation we have purpose and meaning along with the earth. Some may view this as a form of creation by a higher intelligence. This is the WHY it's the BIG deal and leads into one or more constructs (doctrine) whether you believe in the Heliocentric (globe) or Geocentric (flat earth) model.
The 45 degree sector test box is simple, its designed to test the validity of the said curve (the observer surface angle) to the object of reference using the sun if it exists. There are a total of eight 45 degree sectors in the globe model, we need only test one for it's validity. Each model the globe and flat earth model have a total value of 90 degree. This is because a sun survey point is established using the sun, a Marx Device and compass which set the geometric 90 degree line between the sun and the observer. This is now the correct earth to sun alignment on the line of magnetic. The observer at three hours from sun survey time 12;00 is now oriented 45 degree from the sun (0900 easterly/1500 westerly) times. The globe model observer is oriented 45 degrees to the sun which leaves only 45 degrees of measurable sun angle which when added together equal a maximum of 90 degree to meet the standard. All measurements are taken from the orienting station (OS) at the sun survey point.
The test box is designed specifically to test the geometric shape of earths shape be it flat or curved. The test box results will determine earths true surface shape. Each model having a total value of 90 degree test set parameter scale. This includes each models surface angle plus the measured direct sun angle from the OS. Both are added together as a composite sum not to exceed 90 degree, once 90 degree is exceeded that model is out of tolerance and goes into geometric failure. The test can be performed by either solo timed observation (STO) one observer, or simultaneous observation (SIMO) two observers. Note the observer angle for each model. In the globe model the observer angle is 45 degree, and the flat earth model the observer is at 0 degree. This is a key fundamental element many hardcore heliocentrist's ignore or have very little experience in dealing with in applied geometry which gets the globe model in trouble with in the correct validation process.
An updated 45 degree sector diagram. It's as simple as counting 3 - 4 - 5, or 3 hours equals 45 degrees. There are eight 45 degree sectors for the globe and flat earth models, totaling 24 hours in one day. We can verify this by emplacing a sun survey point to check timing and position. In testing both models (globe and flat earth) we must understand the 45 degree sector test and how to perform it step by step using Solo Timed Observation (STO) or Simultaneous Observation (SIMO). Timing is everything, at the three hour mark the observer is oriented 45 degree from the object of reference which is the sun. This means there is now a line of parallel at a cumulative composite sum of 90 degree as shown in this diagram. Discover the validation process and how to use the sun as the reference object. Learning this process and test application puts the power of discovery in you the individuals hand, and not in some agency or organizations production. Its what Heliocentric science failed to give us, an exact geometric step by step validation process. After all knowledge is the ultimate power.
The test set parameter scale for both models requires each model to work within the allotted 90 degree scale. This is because the object of reference is the sun which is 90 degrees to a person, place, or thing every second of every minute, of every hour, of every day, of every year on this earth whether you believe you live on a sphere or flat earth. In more simple terms it is within our visual perspective. Its why the U.S. military uses the sun as well in some if its celestial survey applications for positioning of artillery units. The sun is the gold standard. This will also tell us if earths curve is real in the 45 degree sector when tested to this standard. In testing both models are pinned to the 90 degree mark at the OS. Any composite sum reading exceeding 90 degrees pulls that model off the OS and then the objects said size at distance must be considered. Example would be for the heliocentric globe model would be allowed 90.3 for half sun at distance (93 million miles), as we are only using half sun or center mass of the sun. You will note this in the diagram shown by the blue arrow.
Understanding the 45 degree sector test requirements. Each is vital in the proper conduct of performing these tests whether they be STO or SIMO tests. Understanding when to take measured direct sun angle readings at the 3rd sun clock hour easterly time 09:00 and westerly 15:00. Emplacement of the orienting station sun survey is at 12:00. A major key factor is knowing your location and where to test and how it effects the test readings. This means is the OS inside the tropics the suns operating zone, or outside the zone. The equatorial plane (tropics) zones are Northern Tropic of Cancer, Central the Equator and Southern the Tropic of Capricorn. The other major factor is the sun season at the OS. Winter seasons will have lower sun angle, summer will have higher sun angle. However for the globe model to be valid it must meet the 45 degree sector test during ALL sun seasons, at ALL locations at the specified easterly and westerly times, this is not optional. It is important to know that you may not always be able to get the sun survey at 12:00, in those instances the observer uses what ever time the sun is 90 degree to the sun survey position at the OS location. Example: The sun at the OS sun survey position is 12:45, meaning the sun is 90 degree at the OS. All observation times still remain 3 hours (easterly reading time is now 09:45 and westerly reading time is now 15:45). It is important to remember sun clock time at the OS is sun position time.
The 9 step geometric validation process for determine earths true surface shape using the sun. Because the question really is what is the true geometric shape of earth. Will try to keep it simple as possible.
Step One: OS required equipment includes, digital protractor, dry erase board as platform, tape measure, sun shield, marking pen, plumb-bob with string, tri-level, single level vile, protractor, aluminum stake, tripod, compass, Marx device, stabilizer board, watch, sunglasses.
Step Two: Verify digital protractor with manual protractor.
Step Three: Determine OS position and location, inside-outside the prime meridian zone, and latitude.
Step Four: OS elevation must be known and its effect. Higher elevation will result in lower sun angles. Tests should be nearest sea level. However testing can be done at other elevations, just understand the effects of higher elevation.
Step Five: Emplace OS sun survey point using the Marx device and a compass. This is known as setting the geometric edge (obtaining correct earth to sun alignment). This is accomplished by getting the sun 90 degree to the observer at the sun survey point. The ideal time would be at 12:00 hours daily, but this is based on observer location. For those locations where the observer cannot get 12:00, use the time at which the sun is 90 degree to observer. Example; 12:45, this then would adjust easterly reading time 3 hours from that time and the same with westerly reading time (09:45 easterly and 15:45 westerly).
Step Six: Sun clock OS observation times. For easterly reading time will be 0900 hours and 1500 hours (3pm) westerly reading time. Both these times are three hours from sun survey time of 1200 hours or sun position time.
Step Seven: Observer OS station setup and prepare to observe and measure sun angle. Ensure OS is over the sun survey point and level.
Step Eight: Conduct solar observation and measure direct sun angle using the digital protractor. Ensure to use a sun shield and sun glasses for eye protection. Record measured angle and azimuth to sun.
Step Nine: Take down OS, secure equipment and all recorded data. (sun angle, azimuth, elevation, GPS location of OS, and time).
Each step is explained in a process and application developed from military science tried and true practices, from survey procedures, to leveling, to positioning, to observation, and attention to detail. Both the globe model and flat earth model have a composite total angle of 90 degree for the 45 degree sector test.
Probably one of the most important diagrams to understand is the Sun Clock as well as Sun Clock Time. Timing is everything, understanding how it works is even more important. If we are to assume the earth is a globe as were told in the Heliocentric model then we can break down the sphere into geometric sectors using both position and time as shown. The breakdown is done in eight 45 degree sectors with 3 hours of sun time between each sector as shown for a total of 24 hours. Sun position time to the observer at the OS for sun survey point is 90 degree. This is verified by using the Marx device. Note it may not always be 12:00 hours at the sun survey point. This is due to observer location. Example would be sun survey time is 12:45 hours. in other words the sun is 90 degree to the observer at 12:45 hours. Reading times would then be 09:45 easterly and 15:45 (3:45pm) westerly reading times. We can verify this by emplacing a sun survey point at the orienting station as valid, because the sun will show up at that sun survey mark 24 hours later. A rule of thumb to remember is 3 - 4 - 5 or 3 hours equal 45 degrees. The spherical shape shown or the outline was taken from the 2012 Blue Marble image we are given by NASA. Will show you how to set up a sun survey point in the following information section using a compass, the sun and the Marx device. Another important piece of information is this, that if the earth is not a perfect sphere as were shown, it is the best case scenario for the Heliocentric model, because if the earth is not a perfect sphere it only gets worse in geometric angle for that model.
Through this testing process and validation the results give us a far different answer and picture of what the Heliocentric model tells us. The test results lead us into a Geocentric, enclosed world flat earth model. The Geocentric model now more than ever becomes our physical reality of the world and nature we live in which has been created for us. The sciences, including physics, geometry and Mother Nature , the natural sciences all which tell us we live on a flat earth enclosed world all work together hand in hand. The sky above us is an intricate clock system that's used for telling of seasons, eclipses. hours, days, and years which was described in detail in the Ptolemaic system centuries ago. Nikola Tesla understood this when he made the quote directed at Albert Einstein and the heliocentric community "Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experimentation and they wonder off through equation after equation and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality". Meaning they made the universe (the sky above us) mathematics, something it was never intended to be.
Corey does interviews, this one at the 2019 Flat Earth International Conference which was held in Dallas, Texas. So many positive minded people, the flat earth community is like a family.
The 2021 Solar Return Festival held in Greenville, South Carolina was another amazing flat earth event. This event was centered around the return of the sun on its return from the equator to the northern prime meridian the Tropic of Cancer from its long journey from the southern most prime meridian the Tropic of Capricorn.. Corey at the display which shows the Marx Device. Subject areas on display and explained were Operation Resolute Time 2020, Military Science applications, orienting station setup and digital protractor, use of the sun, in determining earths true surface shape, emplacement of the sun survey position using the Marx Device. Special thanks to Karen B for all her hard work and efforts who coordinated the Solar Return event.
Understanding the test site locations and how the sun season will effect test results. Testing inside the prime meridian zones will result in higher sun angles this is because the orienting station (OS ) is now closer to the sun. Testing outside the prime meridian zone will result in lower sun angles this is due to the OS being farther from the sun. The Operation Resolute Time test site was located 765 miles north of the northern prime meridian the Tropic of Cancer. Test results should have yielded far lower direct sun angles if the earth was a globe or sphere. This however was not the case, the exact opposite happened with direct sun angle readings exceeding 50 degrees. In other words the sun is to high in the sky at 0900 and 1500 hours, meaning the geometric surface of earth is flat. The other major effect on testing is the sun season. The most difficult test time for the globe model to pass is late Spring and Summer sun seasons. Again this is because the sun location is closer to the OS at this time. This was evident during testing in Operation Resolute Time 2020, as the globe model failed 70% of tests. Tests conducted in late Spring and Summer demonstrated geometric failure in the globe model during these sun seasons.
Setting the geometric edge (correct earth to sun alignment) is essential first step in determining earths true geometric shape. Understanding the sector balance within the test zone is key. This means readings prior to 3 hours or just after three hours will be out of balance when applied to the 45 degree sector. Example would be an easterly reading time of 08:30 hours from sun survey time of 12:00 hours exceeds the 45 degree sector by 30 minutes. Or if the reading was taken at 15:30 hours, 30 minutes past the 3 hour mark for westerly reading time. if the sun survey point was emplaced at 12:00 hours. These are shown in the diagram above with the red arrows. It's the step the heliocentric globe model left out (setting the geometric edge). This step is key figuring the correct geometric alignment of earth to the sun. The alignment angle of earth to sun must be measured from the OS once the sun survey point is emplaced. The OS can be anywhere along the magnetic line either inside or outside the prime meridian zone. The OS does not have to be a vertical 90 degree, it can be anywhere along the north - south magnetic line. Remember at 24 hours the sun will return back near the sun survey point mark. Use of a compass and Marx Device fulfills this important requirement. The maximum sun angle measurement for the globe model to be valid is 45 degree from the established sun survey point at the designated balanced times (easterly-westerly). This is known as the line of parallel.
The first sun survey point method was emplaced by using tripods and a string line between them. A compass was used to orient the string line on magnetic north. The Marx Device was soon developed after this method which improved accuracy and timing of the sun survey point. The Marx Device is named after Latvian Special Operations Force (LATSOF) soldier 1st Sergeant Marx who helped me build the very first device.
The sun as it nears the 90 degree center line of magnetic from ground up skyward perspective. The sun was south of the observer in this picture. This experiment was to view the sun and its movement as it crosses the 90 degree set line (north-south line of magnetic), from the observer on ground. This is the view of proper earth to sun alignment along the line of magnetic (what it actually looks like) from the observer OS (orienting station) sun survey point. Timing is the primary essential element as well within this process, that being three hour time mark after and prior to sun survey time. This is because three hours equates to 45 degrees. The sun will show up 24 hours the next day right on time at the marked location. within inches.
The actual Marx Device used during Operation Resolute Time 2020. The first initial use of the Marx Device found the OS sun survey point off by approximately 22 minutes. A single level vile is used to check the cross level of the device when emplaced. The hole located in the center of the board is for marking and emplacing a stake or bottle cap which then becomes the sun survey point marker. The sun survey point also designates the 45 degree sector at 3hours by the sun returning 24 hours later to the same marked survey point plus around 2". The difference being the suns different path if you believe in the FE model or the earths different orbital rotation path, either way there is only 3hours. in each 45 degree sector. The sun survey point verifies this. This is the accountability within this process.
Correct earth to sun alignment is essential in correctly measuring direct sun angle from the sun survey point. The Marx Device in use, note the sun shadow line with the sun at 90 degree to the OS. The Marx device is oriented north-south by use of a compass. The sun was south approximately 765 miles of this OS position located in Kabul, Afghanistan. Once correct earth to sun alignment is achieved this is whats called "setting the geometric edge".
Emplacing the Marx Device and timing as shown in the above picture. Note once the sun is 90 degree to the magnetic line which cast (shadow line) from the string which is oriented magnetic north using a compass as the OS. Once the sun survey point is established direct sun angle measurements can be taken. This is what's called setting the geometric edge. We must remember the sun whether you believe your on a globe or flat earth, the sun is 90 degree to a person,place, or thing every second of every minute of every day of every year. This is the maximum forward angle to the sun on earth, meaning a perfect 90 vertical degree. We can now create a 90 degree sheath along the line of magnetic from the sun survey point. This line of magnetic travels as far as you can see the sun north-south, once it is emplaced by the observer at the sun survey point. This is the essential initial step for determining correct earth sun alignment.
How to set in the sun survey point using the Marx device video link;
The very first Marx Device used in Operation Resolute Time 2020 from 7 February to 8 August 2020. The Marx Device is used to emplace the sun survey point from which to measure direct sun angle from in determining earths true surface shape. This is accomplished with the use of a compass which sets the sting line on the magnetic north-south line of orientation. This device is a manual alignment device for the observer to be aligned to the sun at a directional angle of 90 degrees to an exact point on earth along the line of magnetic at an exact time. The Marx Device is used to set the geometric edge from which to accurately measure direct sun angles from. Note the hole in the center of the board, this is to mark the sun survey point once the sun is 90 degree to the observer. This is shown by a shadow line that is created by the sun as it casts a shadow of the sting line on the board. The Marx device was named after 1SG Marx of the Latvian Special Operations Forces (LATSOF) who helped me build the very first device in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Earth sun alignment and line of parallel are interlinked regardless of earths said axis or tilt. This is because at the cumulative 90 degree mark line of parallel is reached. The reason it is 90 degree is because the suns maximum forward angle when measured can only be 90 degree which is perfect vertical alignment with an observer in the prime meridian zone. This also transfers to outside the prime meridian zone as well once a sun survey point is used (observer to sun alignment 90 degree). In other words from one or two observers, the observer is now in line of parallel to the same observed object of reference once a measured surface reading to the sun is 45 degree. The said observed object can only exceed its said given size at said distance based on line of parallel. This is especially true in a SIMO observation, when the object is viewed from two observers at different locations at the same time. This application can also be applied to STO process (single observer) as well. This application and process is heavily used in Military Science for both near and extreme distances (indirect fire aiming references, weapons bore-sighting, indirect fire lay and safe procedures for lay and safe circles, SIMO observation, weapons live fire range safety box and sector range fans, fire control alignment test (FCAT)). This is why setting the geometric edge is the critical first step in accurately determining earths true surface shape.
In the diagram shown for both STO and SIMO from the established OS sun survey point the sun is center mass to the observer. Note the exceeded line of parallel or at measured direct sun angle of 46 degree or more, the observer is no longer on the sun or line of survey (sun target line). This action now distinguishes earths true surface shape as flat. The sun survey point is established along the line of magnet when the sun is 90 degree to the observer. Observation time will be three hour prior to and after sun survey time. Example: for sun survey time of 12:00 hours the first observation time would be 15:00 hours(3pm) a westerly reading time, the next observer time would be the following day at 09:00 am easterly reading time.
When verifying an objects said size at said distance a range fan is utilized to compute accuracy of this information. For one degree past line of parallel using either STO or SIMO (minimal degree example) which is a direct measured angle of 46 degree using the heliocentric model you now have exceeded that models tolerance by over 1,638,664 miles. If we subtract the suns actual size or half sun of 482,685 miles again the heliocentric model is still exceeded by 1,155,979 miles. Remember as the observer the sun is center mass to the observer. This now puts the observer off line of survey or sun target line (line of survey) when using the heliocentric globe model. Unlike the flat earth model which has full 90 degree measurable direct sun angle which puts the flat earth model well within tolerance.
The OS can be anywhere in the world. From the OS we use a compass to determine the line of magnetic from that position. Line of magnetic is the magnetic north-south line and is read by using a compass at the sun survey point. This means inside or outside the zones of prime meridian (Tropic of Cancer-North, Equator-Central, Tropic of Capricorn-South). Once established the OS which is emplaced on the sun survey point when the sun is 90 degree to the observer (example 12:00 hours) can be utilized for solar observation to measure direct sun angle readings. The measured direct sun angle reading of 46 degree or more distinguishes earths true surface shape as flat at; observation times of 09:00 easterly and 15:00 or 3pm westerly reading times. This is 1 degree beyond line of parallel which exceeds the heliocentric globe models sun size at distances of between 91 to 94 million miles. Flat earth keeping it simple.
Identifying the OS test equipment required to conduct direct sun angle measurements. This is used for testing the 45 degree sector.
1.The OS platform is a white dry erase board. 2.The digital protractor runs on 9volt battery 0-225 degree with .5 degree accuracy. The protractor also has a level bubble.
3.Tape measure for measuring OS platform height.
4.Sun shield for eye protecting when viewing the sun (should be used with sun glasses as well). 5.Marker pen for writing on dry erase board the test results.
6.Plum-bob and line for positioning the OS over the sun survey point.
7.Tri-level used for leveling the OS platform. 8.Survey marking stake (coin, bottle cap can be used). Mark the sun survey point.
9.Single level vile, used to check cross-level of the Marx device.
10.Compass to orient the Marx device on line of magnetic and measure sun azimuth.
11.Tripod used to hold the OS platform elevated. 12.Stabilizer board 18” x 18” piece of plywood used to shift the OS (optional not shown).
13.The Marx device. Used for setting in the sun survey point.
Total equipment cost is right at $175.00 to $200.00 USD. One of the reasons I developed this process was to keep the experiment relatively inexpensive, available to anyone, cost was a factor in the process. Keep it simple yet very effective and accurate.
Identifying the OS test equipment required to conduct direct sun angle measurements. Testing the 45 degree sector. Total equipment cost is right at $175.00 to $200.00 USD. One of the reasons I developed this process was to keep the experiment relatively inexpensive, available to anyone, cost was a factor in the process. Keep it simple yet very effective and accurate. Orienting station equipment is described in in the video link provided;
Use of the digital protractor was selected for its ease of use, ability to measure angles at very low height to the earths surface all while maintaining high degree of accuracy in measurement. It's as easy as level, point at your object, click on the reading (instrument display) and that's it. When verified against a manual protractor there was no difference in angle measured. This model has a +- of half a degree accuracy. It measures angles from 0-225 degrees. Priced right at $35.00 USD.
Using the digital protractor we must ensure it's accuracy, one way to do this is check an angle that is drawn out using a manual protractor on a white board. Once this is accomplished take the digital protractor and align it on the angle drawn. In the test we used an angle of 45 degree which when we tested it with the digital protract there was no difference in angle reading. We have now verified the digital protractors accuracy. This test should be done prior to any STO or SIMO tests measuring sun angle to ensure accuracy of readings.
The sun survey positioning is critical in the process of ensuring the geometric edge is set from which to take direct sun angle readings to and from. This is obtaining correct earth to sun alignment. The observer must understand the sun season and his/her location inside or outside the prime meridian zone and latitude. This will tell where the sun position to the observer will be in the daytime sky. Another important fact and that is the farther you are away from the prime meridian the lower the observer sun angle at the OS will be, this must be understood, and the effect it will have when testing both models. It is also important to understand that in a 24 hour period the sun will be right back near the sun survey point usually within 6-12 inches. This difference is based on movement of the sun to and from the prime meridian. Direct sun angle readings were also taken over a long period than one day from the sun survey point to make note in the angle reading versus a 24 hour period.. The most important factor being the sun at 90 degree to the observer at the OS to set in the sun survey point using a compass and the Marx device The easiest example of this would be to imagine standing in the threshold of a doorway, where the walls are 90 degree as you stand in the doorway, (left, right and vertical).
Marx Sun Survey Positioning Device is instrumental for emplacement of a sun survey point at the OS. Using a simple piece of plywood approximately 6" wide and 24" in length with a hole cut in the center and two fasteners or nails centered on each end to support a string. The string is used to reflect a shadow line on the board from the sun as it moves across the sky. The Marx device is oriented north-south magnetic by using a compass. Simply orient the center string line along magnetic north using a compass. Example of this would be at (12:00 hours) at the OS sun survey point or once the sun is 90 degree to the observer, meaning the shadow line will be center-lined on the Marx Device. A stake or bottle cap can be used to mark the new survey point. This is the reason for the hole in the center of the board. Again remember the Marx device is oriented north-south by magnetic compass at the OS location. A cross-level vile is used to ensure the device is level as to not introduce angle error A tri-level may also be used to level the device on the ground. The sun survey point is emplaced at 12:00 hours. The survey point can be emplaced daily or as sun illumination permits. Survey points were used daily and over 3-4 day length to see the effect on measured sun angles.
For ease of use with a tripod, mounting a small piece of wood on the OS platform underside is required. This will allow for the tripod to attach to the OS platform securely. I used a strip of wood three screws and adhesive for this. The strip of wood is approximately 1.5 inches wide by 13 inches in length. For ease of use I marked where the tripod grips to the wood base. Of important note I also used duct tape to keep the digital protractor to the OS platform for ease of use and to stabilize it during periods of high wind. I used a whiteboard for the OS base, this can also be used to record data easily.
The orienting station (OS) setup;
Step 1 Orient the stabilizer board towards the sun (marking the board to match the survey point helps).
Step 2 Attach the tripod to the OS platform and orient the center-line of the OS platform towards the sun.
Step 3 Emplace the digital protractor on the tripod (use of duct tape to attach the digital protractor to the OS platform maybe used).
Step 4 Set the OS platform height to half meter. Level and position the OS platform over the OS sun survey point. Use tri-level to level OS platform. This may require shifting of the tripod as well to position the radial arm over the OS survey point. Use of a stabilizer board helps facilitate this process much easier. Use a plum-bob to check position of the digital protractor over the sun survey point. Try to be within 1/2 inch of of center of the survey marker.
Step 5 check digital protractor level ensure level bubble is center. Adjust as required.
Step 6 Sight in on the sun first check, then check OS level, plum position and sun position. Use sun shield and eye protection when viewing the sun.
Step 7 Track sun movement 2 minute window. Recheck OS platform position is level and plumb, adjust as needed. Turn power ON the digital protractor.
Step 8 Measure sun at required time for easterly 0900 hours, westerly 1500 hours. Or 3 hours from sun survey point time. The sun survey point may not always be 12:00 hours it is based on observer location to the sun, one the sun is at 90 degree to the observer. Sight in center mass of sun with digital protractor radial arm. Record the measured angle shown in the digital protractor window. Use of a whiteboard for the OS platform facilitates the recording process easily.
Step 9 Final data recordings. Measure azimuth to the sun from the OS using a compass. Do this by simply standing approximately 10 feet back aiming compass down along the digital protractor arm which was pointed at the sun, record the azimuth for record. Record OS elevation and GPS grid location for record.
The orienting station (OS) setup is very simple, but there are important steps one must know how to perform each correctly, and why. Setup can be accomplished in about 5-10 minutes for a beginner and about 3 minutes once you learn the process. You will note duct tape was used to help stabilize the digital protractor, this helps against higher wind or windy test conditions to stabilize the device on the platform.
Corey conducting a STO easterly reading time at 0900 in Kabul Afghanistan. Use of a sun shield and sun glasses for eye protection during solar observation. These tests were conducted in a war zone, 765 miles north of the prime meridian Tropic of Cancer. This reading was 50.1 degree, which exceeds the allowed tolerance for the globe model by 5.1 degree, this gives a total composite sum angle of 95.1 degree. For the flat earth model the 50.1 degree is well within the flat earth models tolerance with a total composite sum angle of 50.1 degree
Understanding the effects of elevation on test readings. The higher in elevation the test site is located the lower the measured sun angle will be as a result. If we look at the examples shown the highest sun angle readings show be at sea level. Now one thing that must be considered is if the sun dips towards earth this could effect the reading at lower elevation. Further testing of the sun will determine if this is true or not. However, these examples given provide a clear example of the effect of elevation has on measured angles.
1. Video on OS equipment identification and required for orienting station setup. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q2_mwHs8EgzBG-iA4h8dDZUJugbVkAZX/view?usp=drive_web
2. Setup of the sun survey point and how it works using the Marx device.
1. https://youtu.be/W01JgbG99B0 (Info Wars introductory on Flat Earth).
2. https://youtu.be/4SlRsbQ3nfM (Flat Earth Clues) Mark Sargent
3. https://youtu.be/1FoTOp5MdtY (The Greatest Lie on Earth Proof Our World is not moving) Edward Hendrie
4. https://youtu.be/_9UjQTp-EC0 (Interview with Corey on Strange World #279)
5. https://youtu.be/aQ7_9eIAlT4 Flat Earth Documentary 2020 Part II by ODDTV.
6. Force of Gravity how it works.
7. Double Slit Experiment
The first step in setting up the OS is emplacing the stabilizer board facing the direction of the sun at the sun survey point. You can use a compass to check the azimuth of the oncoming sun. Mark the stabilizer board where the sun survey point is for ease of reference. The sun survey point in these photos is a blue bottle cap.
Having the tripod and OS platform (whiteboard) already connected and the digital protractor mounted on the platform can help with ease of use. Additionally the platform base height can be pre-adjusted to half meter. A strip of wood mounted to the underside of the OS platform helps attach the tripod tot he OS platform. Level the OS platform using tri-level and the digital protract level.
Set OS platform height to half meter from the ground. Remember ideally you want to be closest to earths surface as possible, a half meter is really the closest without digging into the ground. Use a tape measure to set and check this height.
Step 4 Check plumb of OS station using a plumb-bob. The plum-bob should be set at the digital protractor radial arm. You want this section of the digital protractor over the sun survey marker.
Step 5 Record GPS location of OS and elevation for record. Remember elevation does have an effect on the test results. Higher test elevation means lower sun angle, and lower test elevation means higher sun angle. Ideally we want to be at sea level to be at the closest geometric form of the earth. However this is not always possible, so we must understand the effect of elevation.
OS setup is complete. You want to make sure the OS station is oriented at the incoming (easterly) or outgoing (westerly) sun. If any movement of the orienting station is required always check that the OS is over the sun survey point or within 1". Also check the level of the OS platform. Sun observation reading times will be 3 hours after sun survey time (westerly) and 3 hours prior to sun survey time (easterly).
Once the OS setup is complete. You are now ready to perform the observation. Remember to always use eye protection and a sun shield when viewing the sun.
The two major prime meridian zones as shown for both the globe and flat earth models. Effects of each respective are is described. Inside the prime meridian zone the sun angles will be higher this is due to the observer being closer to the sun inside the prime meridian zone. Outside the prime meridian zone the observer measured sun angles will be lower, this is due to farther distances of the sun from the observer. The significance of these elements of distance is a major key factor of understanding "distance" and its effects on both models and their validity. The globe model having the most difficult testing inside the prime meridian zone in staying under the line of parallel at 45 degrees or less. This results in a major issue for the globe model due to the fact it has failed major testing outside the prime meridian zone in Operation Resolute Time 2020.
The suns operating range is within the lines of meridian for the flat earth model. The flat earth model with the lines of meridian along with the antarctic ring and north pole as shown. The suns depicted in this diagram are examples to show the suns actual operating range within these three rings of prime meridian. With the surface angle of 0 degree the flat earth model has no issues in meeting the validation testing, this is because this model has a full 90 degree measurable angle to work with. The earth sun alignment within this model meets the validation process for orbital mechanics as well, unlike the globe model which fails in both processes when tested. The importance of setting the geometric edge using the sun is paramount in the setting up process for testing to determine earths true surface shape. It is the major *first* step the Heliocentric globe model failed to utilize, hence that models failure geometrically.
In understanding the OS locations we must be aware of the effects of distance within and outside the prime meridian zones. A key factor is that the sun within the prime meridian zone is vertical 90 degrees to a person place or thing every second of every minute of every hour of every day of every year on earth. The sun within the prime meridian zone is much closer in distance, as a result we can expect higher measured sun angles. This means we can triangulate the sun to determine its actual distance from either STO or SIMO observations. Also measured sun angles will be higher within the prime meridian zone based on the suns operating range within the prime meridian zones (north-Tropic of Cancer, central-Equator, and south-Tropic of Capricorn). The sun may also be a lateral 90 degrees to the OS within the prime meridian zone as well, when this occurs measured sun angles that are a lateral 90 degrees will be lower.
For OS locations outside the prime meridian zones such as in Operation Resolute Time 2020 measured sun angles will be lower based on distance of the suns primary operating ranges within the prime meridian zones. This is because we are farther from the sun when outside the prime meridian zone. Understanding the lateral 90 degree sheath becomes more important. In other words its like walking through a door threshold where you have all supports and walls 90 degree to you. Hence the importance of the Marx Device used to emplace the sun survey position. The suns distance can also be calculated through timing and distance and triangulation using both methods (STO or SIMO). Of note also the elevation shown here was just under 6000' feet above sea level. These tests were conducted at high altitude which gave the globe model another major advantage which means lower sun angles at these high altitudes. This however did not occur, measured sun angles were over 50 degree during Operation Resolute Time.
Of importance when we make measurements and check measured angles, we must understand the effects distance has on those angles. As the diagram shows if distance is increased when viewing an elevated object the measured angle to that object will decrease. The closer we are to an elevated object the higher measured angle to that object will be. Note the use of the guide angle at 90 degree to the sun in the diagram. A protractor is used to demonstrate this effect and to show the measured angles to the object of reference the sun. This is also true when we view the sun at distances from the prime meridian areas, as the distance from the prime meridian zone increases the direct sun angle decreases. Measured sun angles within the prime meridian band would increase as the observer is closer to the sun.
The Bedford level experiments of 1838-39 performed by Samuel Birley Robothum on the Bedford canal which runs straight approximately 6 miles in length uninterrupted. The example shown above is a diagram depicted from Robothum's experiment in which the object of reference a flag (a marker) was seen from 6 miles when viewed down the Bedford canal. If the earth were a globe this flag should not have been seen, or below earths said curve or out of view from the observer. When conducting experiments at the 10-15 degrees from the horizon we must understand effects of weather, temperature and atmospherics which can effect experiment results. These effects can be used in the interest to benefit the outcome or result of the experiment in the favor of one party or another. Robothum's extensive use of geometry for proof and providing evidence of flat earth is shown in his published works Earth not a Globe.
Experiments that proved the earth was flat and not moving. The Bedford Level Experiment by Samuel Birley Rowbothum of 1838, then the 1887 with the Michelson and Morley Experiment and then again in 1913 with French Scientist Georges Sagnac using an inferometer which later led to the development of what is now called Gyroscope. Both of these experiments disproved Einstein's theory of relativity, and his admitted failure with regards to this key scientific doctrine of Heliocentrism. Michelson won a Nobel prize in Physics in 1907. The war in science was heated in the mid 18th century. to early 19th century. Both the Michelson and Morley experiment and Sagnac's experiment meant that the Geocentric flat earth model was scientifically valid. Meaning the earth was not moving, but the objects in the sky, sun, moon and stars above us all were.
French scientist Georges Sagnac's 1913 experiment was in the battle of science in the early 19th century. Sagnacs experiment was a recreation of the Michelson and Morley experiment of 1887 testing motion and light. In simple terms its like tossing a stone in to a pond or lake that is like glass to see the ripple effect. Or in this case the existence of a substance said to be permeating space called aether. This was due to Einsteins theory on relativity which simply removed the aether from the equation. Sagnacs experiment would show that the aether did in fact exist and the theory of relativity was flawed. Of importance if the sun is a *projected object* both Sagnac's diagram and Michelson Morley diagram are probably similar
to a projected support system from which the sun and moon are shown in the vaulted dome sky above.
The centers of influence are all around us as shown above. Of particular note when investigating and doing research into the earths true geometric shape I find at each pivotal crossroad the Heliocentric model uses heavy doses of theory to support its validity. I give case in point Nicolas Copernicus theory of the heliocentric model is just that, he never validated his model. In other words there is no step by step validation process thru experimentation given to us and in our education system. Copernicus was afraid to release his model and for good reason. I believe he knew there were issues with the geometry not aligning up, (sun to earth) or in fact he was missing a primary step which is setting the geometric edge from which to take measurements using the sun. When reviewing the geocentric flat earth model I find evidences of scientific experimentation completed. Yet there will be those who tell us well here is a picture of the world you live on this should be evidence enough. And then I think wait, would you buy a car or home just by looking at a picture and not investigating or doing a walk through of it, or test driving the vehicle? Now some may say well yes I have, and for them that's evidence enough, but don't expect the rest of us to. After all earth is our home.
Using the M2A2 aiming circle the orienting station (OS) can utilize both the sun or stars to emplace survey in orienting the gun-line on direction of fire. This method of lay or survey is used by airborne artillery units. Extensive use of celestial survey techniques and triangulation in applied geometry. Through this extensive use in the field of military science we can exclude atmospheric lensing at higher elevations or 15 degree above the horizon. This is because this procedure is a celestial survey and is bumped or checked via another method of survey lay using grid magnetic which is less tan 1/3 of a degree 99% of the time.
Aiming circle and Safe circle are the same type of device. As shown the increments are in mils, there are 6400 mils in a complete circle. You will note some numbers are in red, this is used for when the aiming circle and safe circle bump or verify lay of survey. The mil number on the outer ring are read in. Meaning read from outside in. In this example shown the circles are bumped at 1600 mils as shown by the red arrows. On the actual circles the mils are in 100 mil increments and a micrometer knob which reads in one mil increments 0-99 mils. This completes readings in mills up to a complete 6400 mil circle. When verifying lay of circle, or as known as (BUMPING Circles) where each circle operators turn an angle on each other, circle operators rule of thumb when verifying lay is if you see RED you read RED. Methods of lay (survey) using the M2A2 aiming circle are; grid magnetic, orienting angle (OA), celestial survey, star shot, sun shot, Polaris-Kochab, and SIMO-survey transfer.
Understanding the use of Military Sciences methods of survey and lay and the effects of refraction and lensing at higher angles that can be excluded (15 degree above the horizon). This is based on military sciences actions and validation processes in methods of lay/survey using the sun and stars. In using different methods of lay the lay circle and safe circle validate the survey when they *bump* or turn an angle on each other to check the lay of each instrument. The difference in reading must be 10 mils or less. There are 17.8 mils in one degree. Most often or 99% of the time the difference will be only 1-2 mils. This is why and how we can exclude atmospheric lensing and refraction at angles above 10-15 degrees above the horizon. The M2A2 Aiming Circle as shown. The accountability process within military science is paramount to its principles and high standard.
Hasty Astro method of lay or emplacing survey is both very accurate and can be done in relatively short period of time. This method of lay uses both sun in the day time or stars such as Polaris at night time. You will note these are extreme distances when using the sun and stars for this method of lay. Lensing and refraction are excluding at these extreme distance because of the second M2A2 aiming circle called the safe circle verifies the survey data using an alternate method of lay typically magnetic. Both circles must be within 10 mils of each other, they typically are within 1-2 mils 99.9% of the time. There are 17.8 mils in one degree.
The real world military science applications applied directly into STO and SIMO. The transition is exact with application and process providing solid principle and fundamentals to both STO and SIMO applications. You will note the triangulation in this application, also the 45 degree sector test box. Can you pick out the hallway walls, floor as they all come together? Remember seeing it somewhere else,
perhaps in visual perspective?
The real world military science applications applied directly relate from Military sciences real world applications. Included are uses of applied geometry for this application. There is both a manual and computerized version for determining weapons sector range fans. The computerized version is called ArGIS. Calculating and determining safety is an exact science, and there is no room for error in these applications, because lives depend on its safe practice every day. Also very important are the lines of parallel or the left and right limits, lines of intersect, they are very definitive in this application of military science. This is why military science may mention heliocentric science in some of its manuals but never apply it in its real world applications. Now see if you can pick out the visual perspective items in this and the next diagram where STO and SIMO applications were developed from.
The real world military science applications applied directly into STO and SIMO. Note the key in this diagram showing STO and SIMO. The transition is exact with application and process providing solid principle and fundamentals to both STO and SIMO applications. The applications in Range Sector Fans and HASTY Astro applications both demonstrate near and extreme distances of visual perspective, which lensing and refraction can be excluded at over 15 degree above the horizon.
The real world military science applications are present in many things we should recognize if we just take the time to understand them. This is true with visual perspective, military science real world applications verify this as accurate. You will note the hallway, walls, and lines of parallel.
Can you pick out the lines of parallel lines of intersect, and visual perspective in the military science applications shown?
The lines of visual perspective, left and right limits, lines of parallel and intersect all combine within visual perspective and are interlinked within the field of military science real world applications shown. The evidence is overwhelming once we learn how to identify it and know where to look.
Visual effects at lower elevations up to 10-15 degree above the horizon has an effect on optics and our vision. Conditions that effect this are weather, temperature, pollution, water in our atmosphere, and air density. Understanding these effects and how it can limit, lens, and effect our vision especially at long distances. Military Science identifies this and addresses it accordingly; for artillery units using distant aiming points are not to exceed 1500 meters or just under one mile in distance, when looking out at lower elevations of below 15 degree. However at higher angles for lay and safe circle procedures the skies the limit, if you can see it you can use it, meaning celestial bodies such as the sun and stars. Military Science also addresses refraction and lensing at higher angles. Meaning once the lay circle and safe circle BUMP or turn an angle on each other using alternate method of lay (survey) they must be within 10mils of each other. There are 17.8 mils in 1 degree. By doing this act on a regular basis Military Science has proven refraction and lensing at higher angles does NOT exist or is extremely minimal under 1 degree. Again this is because Military Science has a high degree of accountability because lives depend on it every day.
The list of military manuals as references for this information are;
1. The U.S. Army, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Corps Artillery, Divisional Artillery, and Brigade Artillery, Artillery Training Planner, ATP 3-09.24, dated 21 November 2012.
2. The U.S. Army Training Circular (TC), Field Artillery Manual Cannon Gunnery, TC 3-09.81, dated April 13, 2016.
3. U.S. Army, Artillery Survey Operations, Field Manual Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Survey Operations, FM 6-2, dated 23 September 1993.
4. U.S. Army Field Artillery Cannon Battery Operations Field Manual, FM 6-50, dated 23 December 1996.
5. U.S. Army Artillery Training Planner, The Field Artillery Cannon Battery, ATP 3-09.50 manual dated May 2016.
6. U.S. Army Map Reading, Field Manual, FM 3-25.26 dated January 2005.
7. U.S. Army Developmental Test Command Test Operations Procedure, Test Operation Procedure 03-2-709, dated 19 November 2010.
8. The U.S. Army, Field Artillery School, Ft. Sill. Oklahoma, The Special Text ST 6-50-20 Executive Officer/Platoon Leader Handbook Cannon Artillery, dated 20 February 1998.
9. Department of the Army, DA-PAM 385-63 Range Safety, dated 10 April 2003.
10. Department of the Army Regulation, AR 385-63, Range Safety (MCO 3570.1C), dated
30 January 2012.
11. The U.S. Army Field Manual FM 3-09.8 Field Artillery Gunnery, dated July 2006.
The strategic and fundamental accuracy of military science is vital, lives depend on its safe use and practice every day, and because second place in military science can get you conquered.
Military Science links
1. Setting up the M2Aiming Circle
2. Declinating the M2 Aiming Circle
3. Performing Hasty Traverse M2 Aiming Circle
4. Performing HASTY ASTRO SUN /STAR SHOT using the M2 Aiming Circle
5. Magnetic Checks using M2 Aiming Circle verifying lay of survey using grid magnetic
The U.S. military weapons bore-sighting is another solid military science application which uses extensive use of line of parallel when bore-sighting larger weapon systems such as artillery and armor. You will note in the diagram above the weapon cannon tube and gunners sight are in line of parallel designated by the black arrows. In bore-sight procedures the gunner can adjust the weapons sight azimuth and elevation in towards the cannon tube (shown by blue arrow) to achieve correct weapons bore-sight but cannot EXCEED the line of parallel as (show by the red arrow). These processes and applications of military science are absolute in their methodology and principle. Depending on the specific weapon system will determine bore-sight distances. There are also different methods of bore-sight as shown here (target method or field method) for artillery.
Military science application for artillery live fire range safety T. This document is used as a safety limit for weapons live indirect artillery fire. This document lists the weapons left and right limits, maximum and minimum quadrants, high angle, low angle, shell, fuze combination, charge, firing position/location, and azimuth of fire. The Safety T provides a reference guide for the gun crew to safely fire the weapon into a impact area. Sometimes lines of parallel in real world military science applications are not always lines but a sequence of numbers. Will give an example of its use. A fire mission is given to the gun crew with the following information, the section chief must determine if it is safe to fire;
Fire mission gun one, shell HE, fuze PD, charge 6 WB, deflection 3270, quadrant 339. Is this fire mission is safe to fire? Yes, the defection numbers given fall between the guns left 3390 and right 3250 low angle limit, the quadrant also falls between max 685 and minimum 288 quadrant elevations, the shell-fuze -charge combination are all in accordance with the safety T. Now will give a another example see if you can determine if the fire mission is safe to fire for gun one. Gun one fire mission High Angle, shell illumination, fuze time, time 15.6, charge 5 GB, deflection 3190, quadrant 1075. Is this fire mission safe to fire? Review the high angle safety T information given. The answer is no, the mission is not safe to fire, the deflection given 3190 exceeds the guns left limit of 3180 by 10 mils. All other information given is safe. This is an example of exceeding the line of parallel in military science.
The three angles of measurement we need to understand whether they be visual orientation, drawn, or otherwise, these are;
The measured angle, this can be visual as in survey, mechanical as in engineering, or manual as in a rocking chair. It’s exact angle is determined using protractors a instrument of measurement to measure exact angles which are in degrees.
Lines of Parallel where two lines one of which a guide angle (visual or otherwise) run side by side maintaining equal distance between. Example of this would be two 90 degree angles running side by side. They neither intersect or increase in separation.
The guide angle the most important angle to an observable object (elevated of otherwise) generally this angle is at 90 degree and is key in performing triangulation to determine measured angle and distance of the object. It is the primary angle to an object that maybe measured from other angles to it as the primary.
Time zones can be easily explained in the flat earth model as sun illumination time. As the sun moves across the earth it not only illuminates the surface of the earth but it heats it as well. Time zones are merely sun angle time, from full illumination time to no illumination time. Then broken down by sun movement based on distance coverage or right at 15 degrees an hour.
Flat earth keeping it simple. Another important factor to consider is that on the flat earth model the sun is only about 50-60 miles in diameter, very small, and if we were to look at it on the flat earth map it would be the size of a pin head, very small. The sun is shown larger in these diagrams merely for ease of reference.
The 45 degree sector range fan information for 1 degree past line of parallel or OS line of survey. Even at 1 degree or a direct sun angle reading of 46 degree at the OS is significant because it now exceeds the globe models tolerance. You are now off sun target line or line of survey 1,638,664 miles which exceeds the suns width at distance for the heliocentric globe model.. Providing solid evidence of flat earth using the sun, military science, and geometry. This is the reason Copernicus was afraid to release his model because the earth sun alignment in the Heliocentric model does not align. And if your alignment is wrong the entire model is wrong. It's not just a matter of fixing the numbers, your alignment is either on or off, this just shows by how much.
The suns movement and path as we view moving across our daytime sky. Our position on earth and the sun season will determine this from the observer. You will note the sun clock shown in this diagram as well. Knowing the sun clock position in relation to time is also key.
The flat earth sun clock model as shown, you will note the sun positions are to demonstrate the full range of the suns orbital rotation around the flat earth above it. Both the sun and moon rotate around earth similar to a needle on phonograph record moving within the prime meridian bands. The location of the sun in the prime meridian bands determines the sun season, fall, winter, spring, summer. When the sun is in the Tropic of Capricorn it is winter in the United States, and summer in Australia. Flat earth made simple.
The enclosed world flat earth model, not all flat earther's believe in an enclosed system. For some the models vary. This model depicts the entire operating system. The sun shown here is a projected object which requires a power sources using the star field in the firmament above to provide the required power. The moon would be a similar operating system as a projected object. The tides and star field movement maybe interlinked and connected this is because the saltwater facilitates the power grid system just as fluid in a car battery does for that batteries cells. The stars being made of a crystal quartz, not all are power generators some may only be projected objects within the system. A canal system which is located around the entire flat earth under Antarctica would facilitate this process. After all our entire atmosphere is electric, this also would facilitate gravity within the system being electric with elevation being a key factor. This has already been demonstrated in an experiment.
The projected sun whether right at the firmament or projected in farther as shown. The primary light generating source would give off secondary lighting or back-lighting which when viewed by us humans would be extended hours of light in our daytime sky's in the southern hemisphere. There may also be properties built into the firmament at lower elevations which help illuminate light. There have also been reports of second sun sightings, this would be explained by a projection device the projects our sun within the enclosed world model, being the main light source. This would only be seen at very limited locations and for very short periods of time. Most likely in areas such as Thailand or Malaysia in the southern hemisphere. Another time this maybe seen is during solar eclipses, exposure time again would be very limited this maybe due to the recessed light at the source or the projection device.
The enclosed world model maybe just one of many, with other civilization's only thousands of miles from our world. The possibilities are endless. The celestial night sky maybe a map to where we live, with the pole star being that enclosed worlds model identifier. As above, so below.
Through the use of STO and SIMO we can remove the Heliocentric globe models long distance game piece off the board. Meaning the sun, which is now proven to be between 3000 and 4000 miles from earth and not the 93 million miles the heliocentric model tells us. The actual suns distance can be calculated thru triangulation from measured sun angles as valid evidence of this. Use of the military science range fan gives us this evidence when we input the heliocentric model data and its shown to be out of tolerance and not by just a little, but by a great margin. And its not just a matter of fudging the numbers to get it within tolerance. It doesn't work like that, for each model tested, your either in alignment or out of alignment, this just tells you by how much. The sun the object of reference is within or inside the triangle. This effect removes heliocentrism long distance off the board which collapses this model which requires immense distances for its survival. This now means the sky barrier above us caps out at between 4000- 8000 miles maximum, and what you see in the night sky is actually very close.
Our human body is a a configuration of a tripod and protractor if we break it down into simpler more defined ability. The human head is a built in protractor, it physically moves in the direction and angle we want to see an object The human body is the tripod. It physically stands on the surface of the earth in the desired direction and supports the protractor. The movement of our head or protractor is the recorded upper motion we physically view an object. This is also the check angle of measurement. The position of our body or tripod whether on a flat or curved surface is the recorded lower non-motion we physically stand on. Any angle our body or the tripod is physically on must be added or accounted for along with the upper recorded motion (our head-protractor) for accuracy.
This diagram description details the human head or protractor as the recorded upper motion. This is because our head adjusts on the body or tripod to view an object we want to see. This angle must be recorded as part of the total composite angle along with the tripod or our human body.
The human body or tripod is the recorded lower non-motion we are physically on. This angle is part of the total composite angle along with the recorded upper motion or protractor as shown in this diagram.
In question number one can you figure out the correct total composite sum angle?
The answer to question number one, is 55 degree angle. This is computed by adding the recorded upper motion angle of 35 degree and recorded lower non-motion of 20 degree. The correct answer is A , 55 degree.
The lines of parallel are not something that's mentioned often in our institutions of learning as lines of parallel. They do however have common names we can identify easily, they are definitive and absolute. They can be increments of measurement just as the lines on a ruler or on a measuring cup, or the left and right frame of a doorway. Understanding lines of parallel and you'll walk through the open doorway, make the right measurement whether building or baking.
In more simple terms lines of parallel are like windows as shown in the example. When the said curved is applied for the globe model as in Operation Resolute Time 2020 this pushes the sun out of the window or lines of parallel 70% of the time it was tested. Unlike the flat earth model which has no issue in complying with the window or lines of parallel. We must remember the guide angle which is set at 90 degree by the sun survey point pins the observer(s) to 90 degree total. This can only be exceeded if the objects said size at distance falls within the allowable tolerance. Example of this would be 90.3 for the heliocentric models sun at size and distance of 93,867,000 miles. At one degree past line of parallel is 1,638,664 miles, the sun (965,370 miles in size) half sun at (482,685 miles in size) miles wide, this far exceeds the suns actual size. Remember we are measuring sun angle from center mass of the sun on line of sun survey at the OS. The globe model still failed by a great margin even when allowed this additional tolerance. The high sun works against the heliocentric model. You will note the recorded upper motion which is the actual physical measure angle from earths surface is added with the observer angle to the object of reference the sun or what is called the recorded lower non-motion. When added together this composite sum angle must be within 90 degree or the allowed tolerance for that model at size and distance. This then transitions to each models orbital mechanics which is earth to sun alignment, and why it is soo very important. If your alignment is off as shown in the heliocentric globe model your entire model is invalid.
In the check on learning question, will use lines of parallel in an everyday use
which for many people may not realize its very common use. This is to demonstrate lines of parallel every day use in our lives as a common occurrence, to which they are both definitive and absolute.
The answer to question one example on lines of parallel using a doorway. The doorway has definitive size measurements both horizontal and vertical. The measurements given for the doorway opening is 39" wide by 81" in length. In the selections given choice A exceeds the line of parallel (Height) by 3", and choice C exceeds the line of parallel (width) by 3". The correct answer is B, which falls in the correct doorway width of 39" and height of 81". This is the first example of lines of parallel we use in our everyday lives, but may not recognize.
In this check on learning question, select the right amount of flour Jenny needs to put into the measuring cup using the recipe amount given. Review the information and diagram information and select the correct answer.
The answer to question #2 measuring cup. Jenny is required to add 3 cups of flour per the recipe. The correct answer is B. Choice A is 4 cups which is to much flour, and selection C and D are 1 and 2 cups which is not enough flour per the recipe given. Selection B (3 cups) is within the lines of parallel per the recipe (limit). This is just another common everyday example with regards to lines of parallel we use.
Sometime exceeding lines of parallel such as a train on the railroad tracks can have disastrous effects. The railroad tracks being lines of parallel in engineering. A derailed train is an example of exceeding the lines of parallel in real world application in engineering.
You unknowingly for many are the expert in line of parallel. Performing it on average 50+ times daily. Examples such as pressing keys on touch pads to keyboards on computers, phones, or remote controls. Other examples range from eating (putting food in your mouth) to driving a car, walking along a sidewalk to sitting in a chair are all examples of line of parallel. It is in our everyday life.
In this example given using SIMO, we can see now how the lines of parallel are formed from two OS stations at distance in testing the globe models 45 degree sector. The first OS is the master station and sets the guide angle in at 90 degree. This now pins BOTH observers to that 90 degree mark. Or in more simpler terms line of parallel is now 90 degree for total sum composite angle from both stations (master and flank). We must remember the master station observer has set the edge at 90 degree while flank station observer is looking (measuring direct angle) center mass to the object of reference the sun. The sum composite can only be exceeded by the object of reference known size at distance. A sector range fan is used to determine accurate size at distance. In this example given the line of parallel is exceeded for the globe model by 10 degree. The measured angle to the sun was 55 degree, when added with the said curve this totals 100 degree (surface angle of 45 degree). The globe model now has failed the 45 degree sector test by 10 degrees. The extended scale was put in to give a better view of what actually occurs from the flank observer. This now pulls that observer (flank station) off by 10 degrees.
Operation Resolute time 2020 conducted from 7 February to 8 August 2020 in Kabul, Afghanistan. With 81 experiments conducted, measured direct sun angles at an elevation of 5,963' above sea level. Test and experiment results were applied to both the globe and flat earth model. Of significance 70% or 57 of a total of 81 test results exceeded the globe models parameter. This result was catastrophic geometric failure for the globe model. This is because the globe model was given significant advantages of both distance from the northern most prime meridian the Tropic of Cancer at 765 miles, and tests conducted at high elevation just under 6000' above sea level. Both of these factors should have resulted in significantly lower sun angle readings if the globe model is to be valid.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 7 February to 11 April 2020. Sun season late Winter to early Spring. Data includes; Date and Time of Observation,Direct Sun Angle Reading from the OS (Easterly and Westerly), Azimuth of the sun from the OS, Elevation at the OS, Sun at the OS, and Remarks.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 16 April to 12 May 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. Sun season Spring, early and late.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 13 May to 7 June 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. Sun season late Spring to early Summer.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 8 to 21 June 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. Sun season, Summer.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 28 June to 11 July 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. Sun season, Summer. Yellow boxed information note multiple observers taking readings.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 12 July to 3 August 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. Sun season, Summer.
Operation Resolute Time Data from 7 to 8 August 2020. Readings indicated in the green boxes indicated measured surface angle to the sun exceeding 45.5 degree or geometric failure for the globe model. The final reading taken on 7 August 2020. Sun season, Summer.
Operation Resolute Time 2020 was one of the most extensive tests over 6 month period ever conducted in determination of earths true geometric shape. The globe model failed to meet the test requirement standard 70% of all testing, while the flat earth model passed all 100% of testing. Testing of the 45 degree sector whether you believe in the globe or flat earth model was set in place using the sun, geometry and military science applications. Results of tests conducted provide solid evidence of earths true geometric surface shape as being flat. Further testing should be conducted inside the prime meridian zones and the southern outside zone.
Operation Resolute Time 2020 testing zone was 765 miles north of the northern most prime meridian the Tropic of Cancer at an elevation of 5,963' above sea level. When applied the test result readings to both the globe and flat earth models, the globe model suffered geometric failure 70% (57 of 81 tests) of all tests, while the flat earth model passed all 100% of tests. The globe model failed to take major advantages of distance from the prime meridian and elevation when tested.
Understanding OS position and its relation to the sun and its path of movement both inside and outside the prime meridian zone. You will note for angle readings which are off of the direct east west line, the farther the sun is the lower measured sun angles are as shown in this diagram. Of importance is also the drift to the southwest which is an indicator and evidence of the orbital movement of the sun as it moves within the lines of meridian above the flat earth.
Earth sun alignment is paramount for any model we are to view and evaluate as real. Measuring direct sun angles from the earths surface will give the details of just how far off the heliocentric model is when we look at earth to sun alignment. When applied data from Operation Resolute Time 2020 shows just how far the heliocentric model is off. It's not just a matter of recalculating to try and correct the heliocentric model, it doesn't work like that. Its a matter of direct sun angle reading (alignment of the earth and sun) that show just how far off the heliocentric model really is. The heliocentric globe model requires a low sun in the 45 degree sector for it's orbital mechanics to work. However the high measured sun angles (46 degree and more) in the 45 degree sector test provide solid evidence of orbital failure for the heliocentric globe model. In other words the sun is to high in the sky for that models orbital mechanics to work. While the flat earth orbital mechanics easily meets the requirement with the high sun.
The orbital mechanics RED zones as shown which exceed the heliocentric model orbital mechanics, or in better terms areas of major geometric failure. Distances this model is off range from between 8 to over 10 million miles off earth sun alignment. What does this mean? In using the object of reference the sun, this means this orbit of the earth does not exist as shown in areas of red. This is why one must use the sun as your first step in determining your model, because if the alignment is off here it transitions to everything else within the heliocentric said model. This is the main reason I conducted testing of earth sun alignment to validate if the heliocentric model was correct, extensive tests conducted in Operation Resolute Time 2020 tell us that the heliocentric globe model is very flawed geometrically and does not meet the standard.
When tested in Operation Resolute Time 2020 and now in Operation North American Sun 21 the Geocentric Flat Earth model when tested meets earth to sun correct measured angular measurements (alignment) which is required to support the models orbital mechanics above the flat earth. All measured angles meeting the tested requirements in the 45 degree sector validation test with results at 100% pass rate. This is because the OS station is at 0 degree and all measured sun angles are 90 degree and below, giving the composite sum angle totals well within tolerance for this model. These results mean the high sun in the summer sun season supports the flat earth models orbital mechanics rotation above the surface of the earth. The three suns in the diagram show the suns operating range within the three prime meridian bands (North-Tropic of Cancer, Center-Equator, South-Tropic of Capricorn).
The earth sun alignment effects and how to determine alignment based on actual measured direct sun angles. Of note is the numbers exceeding point or line of parallel. Using right triangle calculator these numbers can be inputted to determine if the heliocentric model information we are given is accurate with what we see in nature our reality.
The step process when using distant aiming references which must take into consideration the object of reference said size and distance. Use of the sun survey point is essential in measurements and earth to sun alignment. This step must be accomplished prior to taking measurements. In other words the geometric edge must be set at the observer OS for geometric accuracy.