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== Miles Squared Formula ==
 
== Miles Squared Formula ==
 
Simplified Method that [[Samuel Rowbotham]] used for his experiments published [http://www.sacred-texts.com/earth/za/za05.htm here] in [[Zetetic Astronomy]] is accurate up to 1,000 miles. <br>
 
Simplified Method that [[Samuel Rowbotham]] used for his experiments published [http://www.sacred-texts.com/earth/za/za05.htm here] in [[Zetetic Astronomy]] is accurate up to 1,000 miles. <br>
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Miles Squared Formula

Simplified Method that Samuel Rowbotham used for his experiments published here in Zetetic Astronomy is accurate up to 1,000 miles.
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Ball Earth Curvature Chart - Imperial

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Ball Earth Curvature Chart - Metric

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Excel Curvature Calculator - Imperial

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Excel Curvature Calculator - Metric

Download Metric Earth Curvature Calculator for Excel


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