KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES PILOT TALKS ABOUT GYROSCOPE OBSERVATIONS & FLAT EARTH.
Ok so shes a KLM pilot for 25 years, well thats a long time to be absent from the kitchen, looks to me like she has produced zero children and cannot into sandwich, which is unnacceptable, because just think how many pilots she could have made with her womb. but she makes a good point about the artificial horizon (AH). You see the AH is powered by a spinning ball(!) called a gyroscope, which has the tendency to exhibit rigidity in space. if flying a long way on a sphere Earth, at a constant altitude, a pilot should be observing the AH’s horizon gradually lift relative to the AH’s plane. After a time it should flip as though the actual plane had done a diving, inverted loop the loop, but it never does, it stays put over thousands of kilometers of alleged curved Earth.