Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsOther - Science · 2 months ago

# The Earth is flat. Can you prove me wrong?

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• Anonymous
2 months ago

You're more than welcome to your opinion.  Arguing with a fool is like wrestling with a pig.  You just get dirty and the pig enjoys it.

• Jenny
Lv 6
6 days ago

Yes.  It is quite easy.  Take a one meter stick to various points on the earth and measure the shadow at different latitudes at high noon on the same day.  You can quite easily measure the different lengths of the shadow and see the the differences.

This is because the earth is round.

• 4 weeks ago

Yes, I can prove you wrong.

• 1 month ago

Any glance out of plane's window, from the top of a mountain, from a tall building shows the curvature of the Earth.  The Greeks in (about) 350 BC proved mathematically the world was round and estimated the circumference (came within a 100 miles of correct, I believe).  No ancient person who lived on a seashore or lived  in the mountains believed the world was flat.

• Jenny
Lv 6
6 days agoReport

You can see the curvature on flat land too.  Drive through Kansas and look at the high tension power lines.

• Tom S
Lv 7
1 month ago

No it's not, and yes I can.  Will I waste my time doing so, no.

• 2 months ago

Easily.

Hurricanes will only form on a spinning globe.

If hurricanes exist (And they do) the earth has to be a spinning globe.

• 2 months ago

It's tough to prove because the witnesses are missing.

https://youtu.be/INOkV1FrRJk

• Zardoz
Lv 7
2 months ago

I don't care. Prove me wrong.

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