Remember how they taught us that the sun RISE and FALL on the "curved" horizon?
Well I just managed to illustrate what we see on our sky when we look at a "sunset" and "sunrise"
by moving a coin and a ledlamp BACK and FORTH on a plane surface, our kitchen table.
Beautiful videos I borrowed for this video:
Once again this prooves the earth is flat and the sun circle towards and away from us. and once again on a much much much larger scale this is even easier to proove!
You need to take into the equation that you as an observer seem to be WAY under the horizon, even on a perfectly flat plan and can NEVER look above the horizon no matter how high up you are.
How ever if you do go higher up you will see more of the objects that you wouldnt be able to see on ground level. So if the sun would "set" or "rise" you would still see MORE of it beyond the horizon if YOU were higher up.
On a small scale I have to be below the table just slightly in order to catch the illusion we see out in the real world that the horizon ALWAYS SEEM to be higher up than YOU are.
Todays cameras are way better than our eyes are and the lense is so much bigger than our eyes so it takes in MORE of the view. This is why I cant have the camera on 75.1cm as the table's edge because the camera see way above that mark and with OUR OWN EYES out in the nature this is NOT POSSIBLE. We don't EVER see ABOVE the horizon (table edge) as the camera does when standing on the same height. Therefore you CANT use your pseudo-science explainations because it doesnt add up with reality of what WE SEE.
In other words: On a HUGE scale like outdoors we get the ILLUSION of being way below the horizon so in order to create this illusion in this test one actually HAS to be below the horizon otherwise it wouldn't be like in the real world because on a small scale we don't get this illusion. simple as that.
Open your eyes. Open your mind!
I am done!