visible horizon

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Noun1.Visible horizon - the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meetvisible horizon - the line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet
linear perspective, perspective - the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
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The only immediate, always-certain, instant remedy is to break out and see the natural horizon. Your inner reptile really loves and instantly trusts eye data.
In fact, the facility is built away from the road so that the lights do not interfere with the ambient light, which can be especially dangerous for the hatchlings since they find their way to the ocean based on the light of the natural horizon.
We are expected to rely on small flight instruments, instead of the entire earth, with its natural horizon. With our visual-orientation system degraded, we rely on our vestibular and kinesthetic systems.
From the point of view of the man who sees the natural horizon as an index of man's freedom 'e fondata un'idea di democrazia legata all'abitare il paesaggio'; the American experience shows that 'the land is redeemed, even more than by labour, by its spatial orientation and finality' (p.
Additionally, and also according to the PHAK, a "false horizon can occur when the natural horizon is obscured or not readily apparent.

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