Erwin Müller

Flat Earth Star Con­stel­la­tions and Par­al­lax

I. If the stars are close by then two peo­ple, A and B, would see a 50% dis­tor­tion of con­stel­la­tions.
II. If the stars are far away then the dis­tor­tion of the con­stel­la­tion would de­crease
III. Lit­er­al­ly all peo­ple around the hemi­sphere see the ex­act same star con­stel­la­tions
IV. Hence, the stars are too far away for par­al­lax to dis­tort the con­stel­la­tions
V. The stars are bil­lions of km away from us
qed

I. If the stars are close by then two people, A and B, would see a 50% distortion of constellations.
 II. If the stars are far away then the distortion of the constellation would decrease
 III. Literally all people around the hemisphere see the exact same star constellations
 IV. Hence, the stars are too far away for parallax to distort the constellations
 V. The stars are billions of km away from us
 qed

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