How big is the Earth?  According to today's science...
The mean radius of Earth is 3,959 miles (6,371 kilometers). However, Earth is not quite a sphere. The planet's rotation causes it to bulge at the equator. Earth's equatorial diameter is 7,926 miles (12,756 kilometers), but from pole to pole, the diameter is 7,900 miles (12,720 km) — a difference of only 40 miles (64 km).  See more at: http://www.space.com/17638howbigisearth.html#sthash.60LBEMQP.dpuf
According to this:
Equatorial diameter: 7,926 miles (12,756 km)
Pole to Pole diameter: 7,900 miles (12,720 km)
Equatorial circumference: 24,902 miles (40,075 km)
Pole to Pole circumference: 24,860 miles (40,008 km)
Using the Pythagorean theorem, that calculates to an average curvature of 7.98 inches per mile or approximately 8 inches per mile.
8 inches per mile... Over 100 miles thats 800 inches or 66.667 feet of curvature drop..
So with all of that, explain this..
Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi). It is located in the Daniel Campos Province in Potosí in southwest Bolivia
4,086 sq miles and perfectly flat.. Those mountains are seen over 100 miles away yet the constant curvature says that they are supposed to be 66 feet below the horizon level...
The Bedford Level Experiment
The foolishness of Jah is wiser than the wisdom of men..
Question everything, especially if babylon is feeding it to you..

