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Flat Earth EXPLANATIONS! For Things Disappearing Bottom First Volume 9

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3w Sep 24, 2021
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The latest excuses Flat Earthers have come up with to try and explain away things disappearing over the horizon... See my other "Explanations" videos (All in a playlist) if you care what the previous 113 are, or see below...

Complete list:

  1. Perspective
  2. Angle of attack
  3. Optical slant
  4. Aires diffraction
  5. Zone of invisibility
  6. Circle of confusion
  7. Aether band
  8. Dirty air
  9. Compression/Apparent vertical contraction (Stooping)
  10. Sinking (Reverse refraction)
  11. Convergence
  12. Melting/merging /blending
  13. "They just do"
  14. Tidal bores
  15. Foreshortening
  16. Waves
  17. Water swells
  18. Atmospheric lensing
  19. Bendy light
  20. Angular resolution
  21. Collimation
  22. Diffraction limit
  23. Non Uniform Density Transition Zone (NUDTZ)
  24. Curvilinear perspective
  25. Curved eye balls
  26. 3d Model plane clipping
  27. Rotational foreshortening
  28. Perspective compression of the device/lens/zoom
  29. Diminishing properties
  30. Personal atmospheric domes/horizons
  31. Mirroring
  32. Water ramps
  33. Cone vision
  34. Opaque moisture deck
  35. Crowded light rays
  36. Bessel functions
  37. Fake waves
  38. F-stop/aperture
  39. Atmospheric blocking
  40. Inferior mirage
  41. Atmospheric eclipsing
  42. Fractal looming
  43. Barotropic tides
  44. Rip tides
  45. Illusion created by Satan to discredit the Bible
  46. Rayleigh criterion
  47. Limited field of view
  48. Photoshop/CGI
  49. Ray line erosion
  50. Aires lines
  51. Damp air inversion
  52. Rising eye level
  53. Diminishing visibility level
  54. Thick blue lines of Fata Bromosa
  55. Fresnel zone
  56. Nuh uh
  57. Data/information overload
  58. Advection fog
  59. Fata Morgana
  60. Shift foreshortening
  61. Artificial bulging
  62. Apparent rise of the floor
  63. Atmospheric perspective
  64. Angle of incidence
  65. Shoaling
  66. Swell height
  67. Perception
  68. Partially portioned magnified angular size of objects
  69. God is tricking us
  70. Obstruction rate
  71. Concealment rate
  72. Angular perspective
  73. Light beams narrowing below eye level
  74. Flat plane horizon blockage
  75. Surface limit horizon
  76. Opacity of the atmosphere
  77. Natural phenomena with no current explanation
  78. Not enough room to work with at bottom of object
  79. Light ray interference caused by flat plane
  80. Diminishing spectral frequency proportional to projected planar perception
  81. Pixular compaction
  82. Specular reflection
  83. Illusional perspective
  84. Distance diminution
  85. Vanishing point eclipsing
  86. Atmospheric attenuation
  87. Perspective wells
  88. Context distortions
  89. Image recession
  90. Troughs
  91. Linear aspect drop
  92. Water droplet magnification
  93. Relative Temperature Disequilibrium
  94. Multilayered atmospheric water walls
  95. Tenuation
  96. Aperture limitation
  97. Egocentric distance
  98. Rising optical plane
  99. Atmospheric depth of opacity
  100. Isoeccentric locations
  101. Turbidity
  102. Atmospheric Obfuscation
  103. Image recession
  104. Proximate looming
  105. Foreground looming
  106. Water perspective
  107. Optical extension
  108. Perspective matrix
  109. Environmental layering
  110. Optical extinction point
  111. Occulting
  112. Salty air
  113. Boundary layers
  114. Optical drop
  115. Exponential crushing
  116. Destructive interference
  117. Smooshing
  118. Refraction parallax
  119. Disappearing units
  120. The Skunk Bay effect
  121. Depth of angle
  122. Thermal layers

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