Coastlines Don’t Lie

Lovely turquoise water and a white sandy beach, a flat horizon.

Written by @rokro11

COASTLINES

Here we find an interesting part about our flat and stationary earth.  It has to do with coast lines.  Coast lines are the perimeter around land masses that meet with the water’s edge.  One unique thing about undisturbed water is that it’s always flat and level.  Because of that fundamental attribute of water, another interesting thing about coast lines – where water and land masses meet, is that they all share something in common – sea level.  All seas, oceans, and the Gulf of Mexico are also at sea level because that’s what sea level means.  Sea level is an elevation of 0.

SEA LEVEL

A mountain’s height is measured from sea level.  Sea level is constant on our flat and stationary earth and that’s why it’s used as a bench-mark to measure height above, or below, sea level.  One way to look at our earth to determine if it’s flat is to look at sea level, or the simple basis of all measurements for all elevations.

MOUNTAINS

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We can look at the elevation of a mountain such at Mount Fuji with an elevation of 12,389 feet, or Mount Rainier at 14,410 feet, which means the highest points on these mountains are 12,389 feet and 14,410 feet, respectively, above sea level.

VALLEYS

If you want to look at valleys, a valley’s depth is measured off the baseline of sea level too. At an elevation of 180 feet below sea level, Calipatria is the lowest elevation city in California. The Dead Sea – bordering Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan – is a salt lake with an elevation 1,412 feet below sea level and the lowest point on dry land.

HOW FLAT IS OUR FLAT EARTH?

Although mountains, hills, and valleys, are common land features all over our flat earth, they do nothing to prove the curvature of the earth.

Building from my Coordinates Don’t Lie article, and using coordinate points, the distance from the center of our flat earth to the equator is 6,220 miles.  From the equator to the edge is another 6,220 miles.  Since that accounts for half the distance across the plane, the total of that result would need to be doubled, for a total of 24,880 miles from edge-to-edge of our flat earth.

FLAT EARTH AND COAST LINES

This brings us back to the enormity and vastness of coast lines at sea level.  There are randomly scattered land mass coast lines that equate to about 15 times that of the width of our flat earth.  This is explained below:

Our flat and stationary earth is 24,880 miles wide.  Let’s examine this by reviewing 20 of the largest coast lines; the area where land meets water is at least 367,676 lineal miles long.  These coast lines are almost 15 times as long as the flat earth is wide.  The coast lines and their length are below:

Country Coastline (Miles)
1 Canada 125,567
2 Norway 36,122
3 Indonesia 33,939
4 Russia 23,396
5 Philippines 22,549
6 Japan 18,486
7 Australia 16,007
8 United States 12,380
9 Antarctica 11,165
10 New Zealand 9,404
11 China 9,009
12 Greece 8,498
13 United Kingdom 7,723
14 Mexico 5,797
15 Italy 4,722
16 India 4,660
17 Brazil 4,655
18 Croatia 4,578
19 Denmark 4,545
20 Turkey 4,474
TOTAL 367,676

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FLAT EARTH COASTLINE VISUAL

Using our established flat earth map, which shows all the stations, bases, and research facilities around the ice perimeter of our flat earth, I’ve added nearly 367,676 miles of red lines from edge to edge of our flat earth. Those red lines represent the coast lines (sea level of exactly 0) in visual form. Remember, coast lines are where the water meets the land, and where the sea or ocean is flat and level.

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COAST LINE AND WATER SUMMARY

Twenty (20) measured coast lines total 367,676 linear miles that are all at sea level.  Not only are all these coast lines at sea level, so are the all the bodies of water that make up 72% of the flat earth’s surface.  This begs the question:  If from edge-to-edge all randomly located coast lines are all flat based on sea level, where is all the earth’s curvature?

There is no curvature of earth.  The curvature is a made-up lie about our flat & stationary earth. On a flat and stationary earth, the proof is right in front of our eyes with the evidence of all the coastlines, in addition to 72% of the earth’s surface which contains flat and level water.

If you have questions or comments regarding coastlines on our flat and stationary earth, please direct them to @rokro11 here or on Twitter.

6 Comments

  1. Science has logical, evidence-based explanations for the round Earth. All you’re doing here is stating things like “water finds its level”. Large amounts of mass have large amounts of gravity and the gravity of the Earth pulls all the rock & stuff close to the center, which is why it’s round. Water doesn’t “find its level”, it just obeys whatever forces act on it, just like everything else. Since gravity is pulling it to the center of the Earth and there are weak bonds between the water molecules at Earth’s average surface temperature water will change its shape more readily than solid rock for example. Water curves around the Earth but you don’t notice that from sea level (approximately 7 500 kilometers (4 700 miles) from the center of the Earth). The Earth is 12 800 kilometers (8000 miles) in diameter, way too big to see the curve with the naked eye from the surface. You do the math.

  2. Explanations are not proof. What is the factual proof for spin, axis, and tilt? Those are merely fabricated concepts to make the other fabricated concepts for a round spinning ball make sense to people who accept being lied to. Gravity has existed as an unproven concept for over 337 years and it has been relied upon as something real when it has never been proven. You talk about it like it’s something real, doing real things when it’s simply a made-up concept to make ridiculous things work in a contrived model. You also talk about the center of the earth as if that is a real location. It’s not. The most anyone has been below the surface of the earth is no more than 10 miles. You are talking about thousands of miles beyond what anybody has been near like it’s real. If you want to talk about reality, don’t take us into the world of made-believe and fantasy by assigning value and importance to unsubstantiated things.

    1. @rokro111
      I can’t be bothered to find all of the “factual evidence” right now but Galileo Galeli proved gravity centuries ago by observing Jupiter and its moons with a telescope. They orbited the planet. How can you explain that without space & gravity?

      1. Observations of things not related to earth have no resemblance to proof of gravity. Gravity is not an observed thing by looking at things away from earth. Find out what proof is and keep the unrelated hearsay out of it.

      2. 1. Have you based your reply on hundreds of years of research?
        2. Just because you might be far away from me doesn’t mean your body works in a different way. You’re still human. Jupiter is a planet and has gravity like Earth.
        Also just look at a ship going over the horizon with a telescope. There’s your proof that the Earth’s not flat.
        Drop something. There’s your proof of gravity.

  3. There is no nearby jupiter from which to made similar findings so your analogy has been discarded as completely worthless. Jupiter, just like the sun, moon, stars, etc is a thing that cannot be concluded what it is. Nobody knows what any of these things are and if you do, you are guessing and assuming – both of which are worthless endeavors.

    Your eyes and mind are easily fooled when viewing something that is not fully understood. Take the time to find out from a group of physicists who explain how your eyes and mind are being tricked when you think you see curvature. You may see some curvature when it’s actually flat but that is because your eyes and mind are being deceived. https://youtu.be/cZy6zyCdUXI If you rely on the incorrect interpretation your eyes see and your mind realizes, that is not proof – that’s self-deception.

    Density differential is what makes things adjust both down AND up. For example, if there is warm air below cooler air, the cool air will push the warm air up at the same time the warm air pushes the cool air down. Additionally, a bubble in the fluid of water will be pushed up by the water and, at the same time, the bubble will push the water down. Lastly, when a helium balloon is released, the fluid of air pushes it up while the helium balloon pushes air downward. Don’t forget about the fluid of air even though you are unable to see it. You’ll have to notice that as one thing is pushed upward, there is another thing that is pushed downward – ALWAYS! There is no exception to this fact because for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you think there is a situation or example on our flat and stationary earth that does not adhere to the newton’s 1st law, let me know about it so I can explain how the situation or example does adhere to the 1st law.

    The above examples move at the acceleration of 9.8 m/s/s in both the downward and upward direction. The only thing that slows the upward and downward movement is the resistance (friction) the gas/liquid/solid experiences as it moves through the fluid medium it is within while the density differential adjustment is occurring.

    When I explain the reality of what is going on with things that adjust up AND down until equilibrium is attained, I don’t bring up the worthless word of gravity because gravity has been fake since it was made-up over 337 years ago.

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