Nikon P1000 Camera Description Points To ISS

by David on August 8, 2018

This website exposes the flat earth deception and proves that the earth is globe shaped.

Since flat earthers seem to adore the Nikon P900 camera, and use its images in their explanations, it will be interesting to see how the P1000 camera changes their perspective.

Nikon’s description includes mention of the moon, International Space Station and the rings of Saturn:

Nikon P1000 moon photoImagine being able to zoom far beyond the reach of standard telephoto lenses, to capture not just the moon, but the craters, peaks and valleys of its surface.

Imagine being able to view the International Space Station in flight, even the rings of Saturn—not with a telescope, but with a one-of-a-kind Nikon camera.

Introducing the COOLPIX P1000, the most extreme zoom Nikon ever, and a game-changer for birders, sports and wildlife enthusiasts, travel photographers and even those aspiring to venture to the moon and beyond without leaving their backyard.

It will be interesting to see if the images from the Nikon P1000 help flat earthers see truth about the moon and planets, or if they will just come up with more bizarre explanations.

It’s amazing that some flat earthers proclaim that the moon illuminates itself, but they can’t explain why there are shadows in the moon craters, which point to the moon being externally illuminated by the sun.

The Moon Proves The Flat Earth Deception

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Philippe August 8, 2018 at 5:02 pm

You don’t need any camera to prove the moon is self luminous. Just observe the moon’s shadow throughout the month in relation to the vintage point of the sun. The math and physics don’t support the sun illuminating the moon. How do you explain full moon rising in the night when the sun is hidden by the earth in the opposite linear path? The surface of the earth below the full moon as it rises would also need to be illuminated but it doesn’t since it’s at night. The moon is not only self luminous but transparent during the day as one can see stars through its shadow.

David August 8, 2018 at 5:14 pm

It’s amazing to me to see how the mind of a flat earther works. The shadows in the craters on the moon prove that it’s being illuminated by an external light source. How can you not see that Philippe?

The phases of the moon are based on its orientation in the sky, in relation to the sun. When it’s close to the sun, we only see a sliver of the illuminated part. And then every day at sunset, the moon is 1/14th further east, and we can see 1/14th more of the illuminated side.

After 7 days we see the 1/2 moon overhead at sunset. After 14 days, we see the full moon rising in the east at sunset. Those things prove that the sun is illuminating the moon.

The sun isn’t hidden behind the earth on full moon day, that is absurd. If it was hidden, we would have a lunar eclipse every month.

What you are ignoring is that the full moon stays the same size all the way across the sky. If the earth were flat, it would appear as a small dot above the horizon, which would grow in size until it’s overhead, and then decrease in size until it sets.

But that is not what we see is it? We see the full moon rise up from under the horizon, we see that it’s the same size overhead, and we see that it’s the same size when it drops down below the horizon.

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