• I am willing to try something new – allowing users of this blog to submit their own videos to this site. If you find a particularly good flat earth video, please post it here. If all goes well, in the future, I […]

    • Hey Rich, I cant seem to send or submit a video. Ive been having this video Ive been wanting you to see for about a month now.

      Pinecone

      • Hi,

        Unfortunately the site isn’t completed yet and I am having particular issues with that feature. Let me work on it today and get back to you. In the mean time, you could upload it to YouTube as unlisted if you’d like and send me the link and I can get it that way. Either way, I’ll get back to you to let you know if it is fixed yet. Thanks – Rich

      • Hi Pinecone,
        I’m made you a “Contributor”. You can post videos. I will put together a short video on how to do this. In any case, your account will be upgraded shortly. Don’t use the “Post Video” button. When you log-in, in the upper left corner, click on “New” and that will start a new post where you can link to a video. If you are unsure on what to click and the options to pick, please wait for me to post my video on the subject. Thanks – Rich

    • Thanks JD. I think I am near completion for finding a plug-in which makes it easy to upload videos. I understand the process but many other might not. I will make you a contributor immediately though so you can have access to post. I’ll go now and see if I can find that plugin I liked and see if it works. If not, I will have to have an instruction page on how to post a video before anyone does – otherwise it won’t look right. The way it will work is to publish on YouTube (or Vimeo, etc.) and then link to it here. If I can incorporate the plug-in, all you will have ot do is link to it and it should pull everything over fro YouTube – including the thumbnail, description, title, etc. Thanks for the encouraging comment and I’m glad you want to contribute.

  • The final coffin on refraction. Here is the bottom line. No matter what a refractive constant or figure might be – It makes NO DIFFERENCE unless you are crossing from one medium (IE : Water to Air) to another. […]

    • Thanks for the feedback. I’ll start with the default and try to work up to something better. Appreciated – Rich