the horizon the horizon to the observer is where the earth in the sky apparently meet it is the neutral line on level with the eye which retains the same position even though the observer has ascended to lofty heights above the surface of the earth figuratively there are two horizons one for the observer on the surface of the earth and another for the observer at any height above it the distance on the surface of the earth that the eye can see from either location is fixed by certain geometrical principles when the observers view of the horizon is unobstructed Bunny objects on the surface of the earth it then appears to be a horizontal plane in as much as the maximum curvature in comparison to its circumference is relatively small therefore it’s not necessary to consider this curvature when delineating perspective as the subsidence from a fixed point increases with the square root of the distance on a comparative level section of ground the surface of the earth will partially disappear at 3 miles and any moving object upon it would be lost sight of a distance of 4 miles the prevailing conditions of the atmosphere while at all times limit the distance the eye can see on the surface of the earth also topographic contours of the Earth’s surface the horizon of the observer that has ascended to lofty heights above the surface of the earth in a balloon that is fixed to the earth or mechanical device that are propelled through the air the horizon will always be on level with their eyes the Earth’s surface then appears like a huge saucer or a shallow bowl the rim of the bowl is the horizon and a point directly below the observer is the geometric center of the universe the horizon on the ocean or large bodies of water is known as the visible horizon and as much as there’s no permanent object to obstruct obstruct the view as the mass of the first part of the ship to appear on the horizon followed by the hull also the mass of the last portion was a ship to disappear below the horizon conveying the impression that it had sunk below the waves or went over the edge as the curvature of earth is not apparent to the eye however all moving objects on the bodies of water will appear or disappear in the same manner in the bird’s eye view perspectives the horizon will be the dividing line between the foreground in the background though the more distant objects may be delineated as enveloped in atmosphere case it can hardly be said that they are in the background of the picture in a picture it will be often difficult to determine where the dividing line between the foreground and the background occurs figuratively there is no dividing line as the motives in the background are blended into those of the foreground also the details in the motives are more defined as they approach the picture plane the motives in the background that are partially obscured by the atmosphere case which lends to the picture its aerial perspective are also back of those in the immediate foreground therefore it’s a matter of the artist to decide all observations have a geometrical center point that geometrical Center Point has a geometrical fixed principle that fixed principle is the angular resolution of our eye which is one point two two when using our vision at six feet tall we will appear to see a horizon line three miles away from your eyesight before you are to move forward you all have to understand that there is geometric principles with our eye these geometrical principles influence our vision our distance and the way we perceive things depth of perception three dimension when we are looking at objects particularly the horizon one must realize that line is a cause of diffraction it is indeed the light bouncing off of the waves of the ocean at a distance too great to resolve this is cooperated by an observer elevating his height thereby increasing his distance along the plane and creating a larger radius of vision this is one of the basic geometrical principles of our eye one other geometrical principle is our eye standing on the shore is divided from a 60 degree angle into two separate 30 degree angles 30 degree above the horizon 30 degree below the horizon this is also another geometrical principle the cooperating and substantiating evidence for that is looking down a hallway in construction plans and blueprint plans you can see that all material are rectangular straight plane pieces combined together looking down a hallway we will see a converging point we will also notice the observer standing down the hallway the the vision will be 30% above and 30% below applying this knowledge I’ve gone and created a radius for the observers geometrical center point being that this geometrical center point is elevated at 6 feet you will have a radius of 3 miles away this is where our angular resolution or diffraction point gives us the apparent horizon it’s not a real horizon as there’s nothing to obstruct it’s the angles of light becoming too acute to resolve hence diffraction modern science in 2020 suggests for evidence of a sphere take binoculars stand at the shore and you will appear to see about move over curvature this is a complete and utter lie I hope this illustration shows you scale I hope seeing the zenith position and seeing how tiny the actual radius or the apparent horizon of the observers Center geometrical point is it’s a very short extremely short distance claiming at four miles there’s an apparent edge that both disappear down is also at the zenith position a ridiculous position to take globe heads maintain this position the heliocentric model has pumped this down your throat I help viewing this in scale and at the zenith position we’ll put it in your mind that it is literally physically impossible and only in your imagination can the edge of the earth exist at four miles standing on the shore [Music] [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music] Oh [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] 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