Originally posted by FreakyKBH
You are beyond daft.
The towers should not be visible AT ALL.
On clear days, you CAN see beyond the plant.
I already told you this.
But--- AGAIN--- the towers shouldn't be visible AT ALL.
How are they visible, sonhouse?
And how do you explain those six people?
I don't have to explain those 6 whoever they are. How do you know they are not actors? Your problem is you believe explicitly any bullshyte that comes down the line. That is exactly what I mean by lack of critical thinking. Just writing here, 'it's not ME who lacks critical thinking skills, it's YOU' and so forth does not turn you into a critical thinker. Critical thinking requires disciplined doubt, which you have in very low quantity.
If you took a telephoto of your subjects you will find the bottoms missing and that is all you need to know about curvature of Earth. If you see the bottoms with a good telescope, we have to reexamine Round V flat Earth. But you won't. Since Earth IS curved, it will not show the bottoms of the buildings regardless of seeing the tops.
At thiry miles with unaided eye there is no way you could tell if you see the whole thing or not. That takes a telescope. You chose to be arrogant about it and just reiterate your stance without trying different techniques. But that is why I call it your religion.
Religion flatlines critical thinking BY DEFINITION. Religions want nothing to do with reality, only the BS tales humans invent.
And you think my answer is a non-answer which is why you can rationalize not having to think about the points I brought up which you should know by heart by now,
So drop out of zero critical thinking mode and think about what I said, for instance why do TV sat dishes have to be pointed up AND to a particular patch of the sky very accurately.
You think maybe balloons can stay on station without moving? Also, why do dishes need to be pointed at a different patch of the sky in California V New Jersey?
You never bothered to even THINK about those implications but that is your MO, professional non-crtical thinker.