Before I get into the topic I'd like to give a brief background of my beliefs. This topic was discussed in a previous thread but nobody seemed to
answer the question satisfactory enough to prove that there isn't
glass up in the sky.
I came to the conclusion 2 years ago that the entire universe is merely contained within the walls of an inverted earth, which is not solid but only a
shell in which we live on the inside
surface. This theory was originally brought to the public scene about a century ago by a man by the name
of Cyrus Teed who, conducted the Rectilineator experiment along the Florida coastline which agruably proved that the earth's surface was concave and
The new twist to this old thoery that I'm proposing is that there is a layer of glass at the top of the atmosphere which distorts our perception of
the heavens. I believe it causes an opposite effect in curvature which deceived our eyes into thinking we live on a convex earth. If this is true, I
can't really take the credit for discovering the glass because it is recorded in the bible, namely in Gen 9:13, Jeremiah 5:21-22, Psalm 104:9, Job
37:18, Job 38:20 and 1Corinthians 13:12.
But aside from the religious view of glass being present, I'd like to call to your attention a handful of visual and temperature effects that point
to there being glass in the sky.
1) The Rainbow
Now, if you really think about what we have been taught in defining why rainbows appear in the sky, it really doesn't make much sense, to me anyway.
They say that rainbows are created by the billions of tiny drops of water in the atmosphere which refract sunlight projected at an acute angle.
Each drop containing the full spectrum of colors and each drop bending at the precise uniformed angle to "bow" the rainbow.
But we all probably know that it takes some form of a "glass" prism to actually divide the white light into the spectrum of colors.
I believe that the tiny drops of water in the air are merely a surface on which the glass-filtered light projects itself; same with water sprayed from
a garden hose. A flashlight can produce a rainbow, too, but keep in mind that the glass bulb in the flashlight is filtering the light. Oil spills and
bubbles too are only surfaces of projection. The halos around streetlights at night are formed only because there is a glass bulb filtering the
I belive that the rainbow is formed because of the glass in the sky...
2.) Glass lenses distort objects.
If you've ever swished a spoon around inside a glass of water, if you've ever looked through a concave or convex glass lens, you'll know what I'm
So, in that respect, as we watch the sun and moon traverse across the sky, we notice it appears to grow in size at the horizon and shrink at the
zenith. I know that this is only an optical illusion but it appears to be the exact opposite of what we feel in temperature. In the coolness of the
evening and/or morning the sun appears huge against the horizon andconversely in the heat of a summer's afternoon, it looks very tiny up in the
So the glass causes a perception that is not real...
3.)Glass blocks most UV light.
I belive that the real reason we are protected from the sun's UV rays is due to the glass, not the ozone.
4.)Glass causes chromatic abberation.
If you've looked through a refracting telescope, you know how glass can divide the blues and reds causing chromatic abberation. Just can't but into
the solar wind explanation. In the same way, I believe this to be the real reason we see a comet's tail. The curvature of the tail also gives more
credense to there being a curved glass present.
5.) Glass heats up air.
Similar to a greenhouse, the glass in the sky prevents the frigid cold of (inner)space from penetration us here on the ground.
6.)Fusion crust on meterorites
If you've ever seen a meteorite, you've probalby noticed a thin, black glassy coating encapsulating it. They say this is because of the burn-up
which occurs during entry. Well, I kind of agree, but I believe that the intense heat-friction caused by the rock skidding across the glass sky
actually causes the rock to melt through and burns the glass to the point that it literally takes a molten coating of the glass with it.
Also if you've ever rubbed 2 quartz crystals together, it produces light.
This is why a meteorite can light up a night sky and make it seem like daylight. The silicon-dioxide from the meteroite and the silicon-dioxide from
the sky rub together and literally brighten up the sky.
7.) Space Shuttle needs glass tiles.
The SS's tiles are coated with an abrasive glass
called frit, which is dichotic glass, meaning it was once baked at extremely high
temperatures. They use frit to prevent the craft from accumulating fusion crust on it's surface. The temperature attained for the glass in the sky to
melt is lower than the once baked frit and the frit actually repels the atmsopheric glass. The frit, being very abrasive, is also used to speed up the
temperature by causing friction, in order to melt through.
8.) Other visual anomolies
Halos, circumzenith archs, glories, superior mirages all can be more easily explained if there is glass present in the stmospher.
So there are my reasons for believing there is glass up in the sky.
If there is anyone that can show me how and/or why I'm wrong, I would love to hear from you.