Flying Through Space? A Visual Guide

Written By Thomas Perez. October 22, 2019 at 7:10PM. Copyright 2019.

This is what they are telling us. According to mainstream science, the Earth is rotating at a fast speed of 1,000 mph, while traveling around the Sun at an incredible speed of 67,000 mph; and while all this is happening, the Sun (the Solar System) is flying through space at the ridiculous speed of 514,000 mph, and the Milky Way itself is traveling at a ludicrous speed of 1.3 million mph. Sounds more like “SpaceBalls” to me.

Don’t you see folks? It is “Spaceballs!” πŸ˜³πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚

Flat Earth: The Alternative

The Sun and Moon: They do turn. However, the Moon may turn like a wheel – non rotating, as discussed in prior articles – hence the same face in the North and the same upside down face in the south. They appear to shrink due to a perspective (point of view). Impossible on a globe ball – as the 3rd GIF demonstrates.

Moreover, the Midnight Sun in the south is impossible on a globe ball Earth. A quarter of Finland’s territory lies north of the Arctic Circle, and at the country’s northernmost point the Sun does not set at all for 60 days during summer. At extreme latitudes, the midnight Sun is usually referred to as polar day. At the poles themselves, the Sun rises and sets only once each year on the equinox.

Similarly, during the summer, the Sun does not set above the Arctic Circle. It’s defined as the latitude above which the Sun does not set on the day of the summer solstice (usually around June 21). North of the Arctic Circle, periods of constant Sunshine last for up to six months of the year at the North Pole.

However, let me be fair. Read the following GIF.

What the uploader of this GIF fails to make mention is the fact that the Sun and the Moon travel in different paths relative to each other; going up and down as they go through these paths. He is trying to use our own Gleason projection Map against us on a flat dimension, and therefore not accounting for the Sun’s projected up and down circular (orbital) path…The following picture illustrates what I am trying to convey.

The next picture illustrates the solar eclipse of 2017.

Now, I am not sure what this uploader is trying to convey; or what they believe – whether he, or she, is a flat Earther or a globe Earther. But if the individual is trying to deny a flat Earth then that individual can be proven wrong; just by the way they drew the black circle on the Gleason flat map; and more importantly, its position. If this person is trying validate a flat Earth, they did just that. And here’s why.

The following two GIF’s – of which you probably seen in my other articles – disproves a globe ball Earth. It is, as you know, taken from NASA. Compare the black inked circle on the Gleason Map above, and then look at the shadow that allegedly crosses the Earth when the Moon passes by it in NASA’s GIF of the 2017 eclipse. Note: The shadow is NOT even traveling in their predicted path!

In reality, the Sun is travelling on a path above the Moon’s projected path around a geocentric stationary Earth as the following gif demonstrates.

The following pictures illustrate predicted upcoming solar eclipses and their dates on a globe ball Earth, but laid out on a flat surface. Absolute ludicrous nonsense.

Most people know that the Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. However, most people don’t realize that is a generalization. Actually, the Sun only rises due east and sets due west on 2 days of the year — the spring and fall equinoxes! On other days, the Sun rises either north or south of due east and sets north or south of due west. And since the Moon is supposedly stuck in synchronous orbit with the Earth, then how do globe ball Earth adherents explain a lunar eclipse? According to mainstream science, a lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly behind Earth and into its shadow. This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are exactly or very closely aligned (in syzygy), with Earth between the other two. During a total lunar eclipse, Earth completely blocks direct sunlight from reaching the Moon. But on a flat Earth; both Solar and Lunar eclipses make perfect arcs. See next picture below.

The next picture, well, I just included it for informative purposes. The meme is correct though. There was, and is, a correlation between the individuals mentioned and the cult of Heliocentrism. Just an after-thought.