One candle visible at 30 miles

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How Far Can the Human Eye See?

The Earth’s surface curves out of sight at a distance of 3.1 miles, or 5 kilometers. But our visual acuity extends far beyond the horizon. If Earth were flat, or if you were standing atop a mountain surveying a larger-than-usual patch of the planet, you could perceive bright lights hundreds of miles distant. On a dark night, you could even see a candle flame flickering up to 30 mi. (48 km) away.
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As things get darker out there, let’s keep our little candles burning. ~ TD

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Steven Broiles
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How does evolution explain the complexity of the human eye? IT CAN’T. If the complexity and subtlety of the human eye is not indicative of an Intelligence necessary to design it, then there is no sense talking to those people!

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wow, the picture of this eye looks like a storm coming! beautiful!