Hey Flatout, this comment applies to you, too:I don't think that sun appears to be lower on the horizon because of perspective. I believe that the angle between the sun and moon appear to not be congruent because of perspective. You seem to be implying that the sun appears to be lower because of perspective. My position is that the sun appears to be lower than the projected line of perspective when looking at the moon. The two are very different. The distance between the two objects is absolutely irrelevant. This illusion would happen if the sun was 93 million miles away or only 3,000 miles away.
Totally invalid video. Bad logic. The sun is a nearly steady 93 million miles away. How is it descending as it recedes from you with the same perspective mechanism as the end of a hallway?
You do realize that in order for a body to descend to perspective as it recedes from you it needs to double and quadruple and n-tuple its distance to you. Right? Don't be clueless.
You are claiming that perspective is the cause for the "celestial sphere" effect. Descent and ascent of bodies in the "celestial sphere" effect on a body 93 million miles away, caused by the mechanism of perspective, is complete baloney!
In order for a body to descend in height as it recedes from you, it must increase its distance to you by many times. This is not happening with the sun as it passes across the sky. The sun is 93 million miles away from you, under the Round Earth model, at all times.