How did Moriel Shottlender describe approaching ships?

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Contrastingly, they appear to rise from the horizon line as though they were once previously engulfed by the blue sea below them and software engineer, Moriel Shottlender says this, “Approaching ships do not just “appear” out of the horizon (like they should have if the world were flat), but rather seem to emerge from beneath the sea”. An easier way to come to an understanding with this point is to imagine a small insect crawling over a spherical surface (e.g. a ball). If you were to look at the ball head on, you would see the insect emerge slowly from the horizon line on the ball, likewise with a ship on the ocean. This means that the earth, once again,...
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