Flat earth telescope experiment, Newhaven to etretat france

by Brendon
(Newhaven )

Well in the next few days I'm going to do the experiment to see if I can see the beach at the french coast beach at etretat from the coast of Newhaven UK south coast Sussex distance in miles to etretat is 65,57 miles I think the hight below my view point should be 2408 feet ,I have just bought a telescope to do this,and look at moon anomaly s,I am on a budget but have been compelled to do this with help from my 15 year old daughter, il let you know how it goes, big love Rory mcfizz .

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May 04, 2016
Not Sure
by: Craig

Isle of Wight England ?
From what I read about the Isle is that the highest point on it is at 241 meters (791 feet)
The curvature at 52 miles would be 416 ft
With you standing on the waters edge you could see the Isle.
Just sayin, this is not good science. But a beautiful ocean view. Cheers from Texas.

Mar 16, 2016
Flat earth
by: Rory Mcfizz

Lol you only had to go to my YouTube channel everything is on there ,as the weather was a problem ,I could only see the ile of white 59 miles away ,the telescope is very senceative ,the wind was a problem,but I shouldn't be able to see the ile of white ,as it would be below the curvature ,but I could ,and had 8 people to look and confirm ,and they did,so I would sumerise that I could not find any curvature ,hope you find this helpful

Mar 15, 2016
by: Anonymous

What date did you post that?

How did it go?
I'm guessing it didn't work so you kept quiet?

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