@BossBe's original question was whether it was south of England. I presume the answer to that is yes and my search area's currently the Mediterranean. If so, the shadows suggest this image is looking west and therefore somewhere with a coastline placing the Mediterranean to the south. The cranes indicate a container port but there aren't many ports which don't handle containers.Not England. But yes a commercial port.
The above geometric reasoning would exclude the Bay of Gibraltar at Algeciras, Spain and values of large extending to the Mediterranean as a whole. It might be a turning basin for the port but the geometries of Genoa, Barcelona, Valencia, and Gioia Tauro don't seem to match. It could also just be a structure on land.There was a large bowl shape behind me in the photo.
Much the same here; too much else going on at the moment. It's easy to continue working round the Mediterranean coast testing the above ideas but I need to go do other things at the moment.My point was that I did search, but didn't have too long to play with it. I really like the searching, even when we need clues, as I learn a lot about the world from this thread. But, I didn't have time to really keep going on this one.
My skill level is well below believing six impossible things before breakfast but I think, after one's managed to get round all the other evidence for spherical planets, ignoring oceans pouring off would be only a minor effort.Again my FE geography is lacking, but I assume it’s either shallow bowl shaped to keep the water in, or the spinning of the earth keeps the water in.
No, because flat earths do not have normal physics. There are several different societies with competing wikis but the one I looked at basically argued there's no evidence supporting inertia. It follows no shear force develops in rotating air masses or water bodies.But wouldn't a spinning disc of Flat Earth throw out the water?
The wiki I checked asserted Antarctica is an ice wall holding the water in. Normal logic would therefore suggest some flat earther sects are extremely concerned by anthropogenic warming and the disintegration of the Larsen Ice Shelves. Flat earths seem also exempt from normal logic so presumably this isn't often of a concern but it does follow given sufficient inconsistency.Ah, I just thought it out, Antarctica is the circumference and it is frozen, so no water can escape!