In human history, the date of Monday, August 21st, 2017, should be a very important date.Probably the most important.In the Flat Earth history, it will be a god damn important date, possibly the most important.
The shadow of the Moon, during the eclipse on August 21st, 2017, will be visible in North America, exclusively in the U.S.A, starting from Oregon (just a little bit south of Portland) and traveling across the U.S.A all the way to South Carolina (Charleston).
The shadow of the Moon during the eclipse, on a spinning globe Earth, travels basically West to East (West-North-West to East-South-East).The big problem is that the Moon’s shadow during the eclipse should travel in the opposite direction, if the Earth is a spinning globe.
You don’t need images to understand why this eclipse destroys the globe Earth model.All you need to know is some basic astronomy, the way it was taught in school.If you know more, the better.
The Moon travels in its orbit from West to East.The globe Earth spins around its axis also from West to East.Moon’s orbital velocity is roughly 2,300 miles per hour.The Earth’s spin rotation around its axis is roughly 1,040 miles per hour.Because of relativity, during an eclipse, the Earth’s orbital speed around the Sun doesn’t matter, simply because the Moon also travels around the Sun, at the same speed at the Earth does.During an eclipse, we can consider the Earth stationary.The August eclipse duration will be maximum 160 seconds (2 min 40 sec), and the Earth, even if it moves almost 4,500 miles around the Sun, the orbital arc that he completes in 160 seconds is almost zero.The length of the Earth’s orbit around the Sun is, according to “science”, almost 584 million miles.One degree of a circle measuring 584,000,000 miles, is an arc measuring roughly 1,622,000 miles.The Earth only moves 4,500 miles during the August eclipse, and those 4,500 miles represent only 0.27% of an arc measuring 1 degree of a circle.It basically doesn’t move during those 160 seconds, and the Moon’s orbit around the Sun, since it moves with the Earth, also compensates for those 0.27% of a degree, almost 100%.This is why we can consider that the Earth’s motion around the Sun, during an eclipse, is almost zero.
The Moon’s shade, during the August eclipse, will be a circle measuring roughly 68 miles in diameter.This shade, while many “scientists” will say it moves at the same speed at the Moon does, is not actually accurate.Yes, in relation to the Earth, it does move at the same speed as the Moon does…ONLY IF the Earth doesn’t spin around its axis.
The Moon’s orbit around the Earth, according to “science” is basically a circle.Also according to “science”, the Moon travels in 24 hours, along an arc measuring 13 degrees out of a 360 degrees of a circle.In the same 24 hours, a point on the Earth’s Equator will complete a 360 degree circle.In other words, a point on the Earth’s Equator travels 27.7 times faster around its circle, than the Moon travels around its orbit around the Earth.
The August eclipse, however, will not be along the Earth’s Equator, but it will be between the 45 degrees North latitude and 33 degree North latitude in the continental U.S.The mid point will be, roughly, at 39 degrees North latitude.This aspect does not matter, but the “scientists” will argue that it matters, when they try to explain the absurdity of the eclipse path and direction, bringing in the Earth’s spin rotation spin at those latitudes.Sure, the speed will be slower when compared to a point on the Equator…but does it REALLY matter?
A point on Earth, located at 39 degrees North latitude will travel around Earth’s center at roughly 700 miles per hour.A point on the Equator travel at 1,040 miles per hour.So, a point at 39 degrees North (or South, but we are talking about the August eclipse) will travel at roughly 70% of the speed of a point on the Equator, or 0.7.But that point on the Equator will travel 27.7 times faster that the Moon in its orbit around the Earth.This means that a point on 39 degrees North latitude will travel 0.7 x 27.7 = 19.39 times faster than the Moon in its orbit around the Earth.
During those 160 seconds of the August eclipse, the Earth is basically stationary and the Sun is also basically stationary, from the point of view of a person on Earth.The only motions that basically take place are the motion of the Moon in its orbit around the Earth and the motion of a point in the U.S.A. at 39 degrees North latitude.
Yes, the shade of the Moon, during the August eclipse will move at the same speed as the Moon does around the Earth…but it will be 19 TIMES SLOWER than a point on the 39 degrees North latitude.In other words, the shade of the Moon, when hitting the Earth, will travel WNW to ESE at a speed 19 times SLOWER than a point traveling also WNW to ESE.The path of the Moon’s shade, on 21 August, 2017, in the U.S.A. , traveling 19 times slower, will have to start in Charleston and end up just South of Portland.
But it does not.In order for this path to be possible, on a globe Earth, will be possible only of the Earth does not spin.In order to be possible on a spinning globe Earth, the Moon’s orbital velocity, compared to a point along its path during the eclipse, will have to be at least 30 times faster…when according to “science” data and some basic math, it’s actually 19 times slower.
According to “science”, the Moon’s orbital velocity is twice as fast as the Earth’s spins rotation.But it’s shade on Earth, during eclipses, it’s actually 27.7 times slower, when compared to a point on the Equator, or 19 times slower when compared to a point on the 39 degrees North latitude.
The path of this solar eclipse, coming up in just 25 days, and actually the path of ALL solar eclipses, should always be from generally East to generally West, and never, ever, EVER, from West to East.According to “science”, the Moon’s shade on Earth, during a solar eclipse, traveling from the general West to the general East, is a MATHEMATICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.
I predicted, based on statistical data I have, and based on my limited knowledge in the field of statistical predictions, that Flat Earth will be accepted and recognized as reality, somewhere in the summer of 2019.
But since I am not a statistical prediction expert, I did not include the 21st August 2017 solar eclipse.I didn’t even considered as being a factor in a statistical prediction.
I was wrong.And I admit it.However, I am glad that I was wrong, because as a flat earther, all I want is for everyone, not to be convinced that our world is flat and motionless, but to be open to the idea and do their own research, make up their own mind…use their own critical thinking.
This eclipse will be a major, major tuning point, at least for flat earthers, as long as every flat earther understands the mathematical impossibility of this eclipse path and share this knowledge with as many people as possible.
Stay tuned, and stay alive.The next months will be golden.
Flat Earth Education.