Friday, April 21, 2017

Light-source comes up within the clouds, suggesting nearby Sun


They tell us that the Sun is approximately 150 million km away and that from that distance it gives us daylight and warmth. The following photo is take from the site of The Australian Weathercam Network on 22 april 2017 at Wa Perth, Jandakot Airport (kijkend naar Noord-Oosten). http://www.weathercamnetwork.com.au The footage on the site is only kept for 7 days, as each new day replaces the old footage of 7 days ago.

Clouds and the position of the Sun

So why is this photo so very interesting. It all has to do with what side of the clouds is very bright and which side is dark. Normally when the Sun is far away and the clouds are relatively very close, only the back side of those clouds are bright. From our point of view the clouds should look dark. But that isn't what we observe. In this photo you see dark clouds and very bright clouds together, on a relative close proximity. The very bright clouds we see from our point of view are lightened from a light-source in front of those clouds and the dark clouds are lightened from behind. This means/ suggests that the light-source must be within the clouds itself.

Implications

It is impossible for the Sun at 150 million km to give this effect on the clouds, so the Sun or this light-source is much much closer. Earlier I did calculate that on a flat earth the Sun must be at a distance of approximately 6200 km. But the clouds that we see are most definitely not at that height, so the Sun would be even much closer to us. So if this is the case then the shape of the earth might not be flat also, but more-likely some kind of concave shape. Some time ago I tried to do some maths on this one, but have been unable to come up with a good mathematical solution. So for now for me the shape of things is still under discussion. And for now I cannot explain this photo, as it suggests that the light-source might be only a few km above the surface. If this is the case then one light-source hasn't the capability for giving light for almost halve the earth. Or they use several Sun simulators or we might live in some kind of projection (holographic or maybe projected in our minds). So the question remains, do we live on a flat earth or do we live in some kind of projection. Foregoing photo gives more questions then answers in this respect.

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