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Here are the questions:
Question 1: In which episode of Flat Earth Clues does Mark Sargent first say “There are no shortcuts on flat earth”?
Question 2: (a) Which famous game character is seen in Flat Earth Clues?
(b) In which episode does this character appear?
Question 3: (a) Which direction would a jet fly if traveling from Los Angeles to Tokyo to get there in the shortest time?
(b) Is this a shortcut compared to flying in the opposite direction?
(c) If shortcuts exist on flat earth how are they achieved?
Question 4: Which has the greatest length, the Tropic of Cancer or Capricorn?
Question 5: (a) How far is it from the North Pole to the South Pole?
(b) the distance of (a) is the radius of the Gleason map. Using this number work out the surface area of the Gleason map using formula Pi times the radius squared.
(c) What is the surface area of the globe model?
Question 6: What is the maximum distance 2 people can be apart on the globe model?
What is the maximum distance 2 people can be apart on the azimuthal equidistant map?
What is the maximum distance 2 people can be apart on the flat earth conspiracy model which uses the Collignon (diamond) Map?
Question 7: (a) How far did Robert Falcon Scott walk between base camp and the South Pole?
(b) How far is Scott’s route when plotted on the Gleason map?
Question 8: (a) How long is the McMurdo South Pole Highway?
(b) How long is this route when plotted on a Gleason map?
Question: 9 (a) How many hours of daylight are there today at the geographic South Pole latitude 90 South? (b) how many hours of daylight are there today at the geographic North Pole latitude 90 North?
Question 10: On March 21st the sun is up all day at the geographic South Pole, just two days later the sun is down all day. Why is this?
Question 11: (a) A man travels from the geographic North Pole to the equator, a distance of 6,225 miles, the total fall in elevation is 3,959 miles. What is his average fall in elevation per mile over the whole journey?
(b) What is his average fall in elevation per 6 miles travelled over the whole journey?
(c) What is his average fall in elevation for 6 miles over the whole journey? (Give your answer in feet)
(d) using the 8 inches per mile squared formula, what is the fall in elevation of the Bedford level experiment also over 6 miles?
12. What is the latitude at the equator and the length in distance in miles?
13. What is the degree of angle of the celestial ceiling?
14. What is the circumference of the ice wall?
15. What is the fastest commercial plane now flying?
16. How far is it from Sydney to Santiago?
17. What is the duration of the longest day with the sun above the horizon in Antarctica?
18. What was the Gleason Map created for?
19. What is the name of the college in Blackheath, England on the Gleason Map?