posted on Sep, 2 2018 @ 05:39 AM
I dont think it will work.
The waves would have those sensors all over the place.
However, if you set up a GPS antenna on that pole and sailed from the northern hemisphere to the equator, you could plot out your traverse and see in
AUTOCAD that your journey was curved.
Or try this trick from your home:
Download RTKLIB of Emlid Reach website.
Then find a city around the equator and search for its local CORS network.
Do the same thing with a Northern Hemisphere city and find its CORS network data, download both.
The CORS station youve chosen will be base station broadcast data.
So its important that the times chosen for the CORS data from both the equator and northern city be relative to each other.
Use GPS time, that will make it easier, because there wont be any time zone conversions.
for right now the GPS Time is:
GPS week: 2017 GPS week mod 1024: 993 GPS seconds of the week: 38027
Ya its a weird time method but its accurate as eff.
Once you get the data, open up RTKLIB and run RTKPOST
Bring in the observation data (.obs file) for either city,
then bring in the observation and navigation files from the other city (.obs and .nav)
The program will process the 2 base stations by analyzing the time it took each base stations broadcast to hit each satellite. It will probably take 5
minutes to fully processes.
Once it does hit PLOT
then from the drop down menu select sat vis and boom!
you will see the path of each satellite that received each stations broadcast times and a plot of their path in 3D.
Meaning you will see how they followed the curvature of the earth.
Problem solved, you proved every flat earther to be a wacko.
Make a youtube video and you will be the spokesperson for round earth because you visually shown these buffoons that the earth is round.