# Every Lighthouse in the World…

**All you need** to prove that the Earth you’re standing on is flat and that NASA’s ball-Earth is a lie, is a copy of the book *“The Lighthouses of the World,”* a calculator, and a simple equation. In no time you will discover that the distance from which the world’s lighthouse lights are visible at sea far exceeds what would be possible on a spherical Earth 25,000 miles in circumference.

**For example**: The Egerö Lighthouse in Norway is 153 feet above highwater and visible from 21.6 statute miles where its top should be 158 feet below the horizon, but it isn’t. The Chennai lighthouse in India is 187 feet above sea-level and visible up to 32 miles away, where it should be 495 feet below the horizon. But it isn’t.

*The curvature formula: drop in feet = 0.6666 x (distance in miles) ^{2}*

This discrepancy is true for every one of the 14,000+ lighthouses in the world. Each one, a proof that our world is flat! Here are a few more examples:

Montauk Point, New York

Montauk Point Lighthouse is 110 feet high, in total 168 feet above sea level, and the light can officially be seen 21.8 statute miles away.

On a ball-Earth, the 168 ft structure would disappear from view at a distance of 16 miles, and at 21.8 miles it would be over 317 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from nearly 22 miles away proves that we live on a Flat Earth! | More: Official website

Tarbat Ness, Scotland

The height of the Tarbat Ness Lighthouse at Portmahomack is 174 feet, and the light can officially be seen 27.6 statute miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 174 ft structure would disappear from view at a distance of 16 miles, and at 27.6 miles it would be over 500 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from over 27 miles away is irrefutable proof that we live on a Flat Earth! | More: Official website

Pigeon Point, California

The height of the Pigeon Point Lighthouse at Pescadero, CA is 148 feet, and the light can officially be seen 28 miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 148 ft structure would disappear from view at a distance of 15 miles, and at 28 miles it would be over 522 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from over 28 miles away proves that we live on a Flat Earth! | More

La Jument, France

The focal height of the La Jument Lighthouse in Brittany, France is 118 feet, and the light can officially be seen 25 miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 118 ft structure would disappear from view at a distance of 13.5 miles, and at 25 miles it would be over 416 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from over 25 miles away surely proves conclusively that we live on a Flat Earth? | More

Cape Byron, Australia

The lens of the Cape Byron Lighthouse at Byron Bay stands 387 feet above sea level and the light can officially be seen 31 miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 387 ft total height would disappear from view at just over 24 miles, and at 31 miles the top of the lighthouse would be over 254 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from 31 miles away proves that we live on a Flat Earth! | More

Kõpu, Estonia

The focal height of the Kõpu Lighthouse stands 337 feet above sea level and the light can officially be seen 30 miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 337 ft total height would disappear from view at just 22.5 miles, and at 31 miles the top of the lighthouse would be over 262 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from 30 miles away proves that we live on a Flat Earth! | More

Alappuzha, Kerala

The lens of the Alappuzha Lighthouse at Kerala stands 108 feet above sea level and the light can officially be seen 28.2 miles away.

On the fictional ball-Earth, the 108 ft total height would disappear from view at less than 13 miles, and at 28.2 miles the top of the lighthouse would be over 422 ft below the horizon! The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from over 28 miles away proves that we live on a Flat Earth! | More

Punta Carena, Italy

The focal height of the Punta Carena Lighthouse stands 240 feet above sea level and the light can officially be seen 29 miles away.

On the fictonal ball-Earth, the 240 ft total height would disappear from view at just 19 miles, and at 29 miles the top of the lighthouse would be over 320 ft below the horizon. The fact that the lighthouse can be clearly seen from 30 miles away leaves little doubt that we live on a Flat Earth! | More

*“The stated maximum visible range of every lighthouse
in the world far exceeds what would be possible on a globe Earth.
14,000 lighthouses don’t lie!”*

**“THE DISTANCE** across St. George’s Channel, between Holyhead and Kingstown Harbour, near Dublin, is at least 60 statute miles. It is not an uncommon thing for passengers to notice, when in, and for a considerable distance beyond the centre of the Channel, the Light on Holyhead Pier, and the Poolbeg Light in Dublin Bay.

“The Lighthouse on Holyhead Pier shows a red light at an elevation of 44 feet above high water; and the Poolbeg Lighthouse exhibits two bright lights at an altitude of 68 feet; so that a vessel in the middle of the Channel would be 30 miles from each light; and allowing the observer to be on deck, and 24 feet above the water, the horizon on a globe would be 6 miles away.

“Deducting 6 miles from 30, the distance from the horizon to Holyhead, on the one hand, and to Dublin Bay on the other, would be 24 miles. The square of 24, multiplied by 8 inches, shows a declination of 384 feet.

“The altitude of the lights in Poolbeg Lighthouse is 68 feet; and of the red light on Holyhead Pier, 44 feet. Hence, if the earth were a globe, the former would always be 316 feet and the latter 340 feet below the horizon!”—Dr. Samuel Rowbotham, *“Zetetic Astronomy, Earth Not a Globe!”*

More: Earth ‘curve’ calculator | The Earth is FLAT—Now What? | Whay Are There No Photos of Earth?

Note.If you research lighthouse stats online you will soon come across sites (especially Wikipedia) where the lighthouse ranges have recently been removed.

This blatant editing alone lends credibility to the Flat Earth hypothesis and the measures employed by those desperate to keep the truth from us.—AdminSource: http://www.exohuman.com/wordpress/2016/08/every-lighthouse-in-the-world/

## Do We Live on a Flat Earth..?

THIS IS A PHOTOGRAPHof the Chicago skyline taken from Grand Mere State Park—almost 60 miles away. If the Earth were a sphere with a circumference of 25,000 miles, all these buildings (including the 1,451-feet high Sears Tower) would be out of sight—over 2,000 feet below the horizon!

STILL THINKyou live on a ball-Earth? Well here you can check it out for yourself. Go to the beach and find yourself a lighthouse or distant island, ideally over twenty miles away. Then enter your height and the distance in the two boxes below, and calculate just how much of the object should be below the horizon—on a ball-Earth. You’ll be surprised. | More: Flat Earth | Wot, No Earth Photos?see More: http://www.exohuman.com/wordpress/earth-curve-calculator/

What is a straight line?

Does it require the formidable frontal lobe of our illustrious intellectuals to arrive at the Maths that a ‘straight line’ is straight!

It seems not!……. a straight line is curved according to these intellectuals and that is why the earth is a ball.

If you live on a ball then nothing is straight and everything is three dimensional so how did they build the Suez Canal using two dimensional maths?

Considering that our two dimensional eyes rely on our perceptive brain to create a third dimensional image maybe our round world is just that…. Perception!…….. Gus

the fact the sunsets every night and comes back up proves we live in a rotating sphere. The fact that you\’d always be able to see the sun if it was 3000 miles above the earth means your theory is stupid. The fact that there\’s literally millions of people who\’d have to keep a secret for no particular reason is another reason your fantasy is crazy. It\’s like Mary\’s mom and friends bake 500 apple pies for her giant wedding, they were eaten and nobody saw the apple pies get eaten besides the 3000 people who ate them and 10,000 pictures of people eating them, also with video\’s, and word of mouth. Somebody photoshopped a picture of a pie. Mary was asked for the recipe, it turned out to be wrong so the 5 friends who weren\’t invited think everything is fake. Not only the pies were fake all the pictures digitally manufactured. They believe the event never occurred and Mary doesn\’t have a husband. Yet, they see proof of it on facebook everyday. That sums up the flat earth logic

If the earth is flat, then why can’t you see the Highland LIght on Cape Cod from, say, the coast of Ireland? Or, Oak Island (the 2nd brightest lighthouse in the world when the secondary lamps are activated) from, perhaps, Mauritania? Or even, Makapu’u Point in Hawaii (has a huge hyperradiant lens) from somewhere in California, Alaska, or Costa Rica? I’m sure even a few detectable photons would make it over that distance…if the earth were flat…

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