I love our Earth being flat! I still am hungry for better understanding of the celestial clockwork. If the Sun's path remains between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn, on the flat earth, then the distance is greater to travel over the later than the former. Since the tropic of Capricorn has a greater circumference, then the tropic of Cancer, it means the path is longer, thus the Sun must travel faster to make his 24 hours lap. What does this mean for the south-americans in their day's lenght around the winter solstice? Does it go quick? Wouldn't they get long nights too? The heliocentric model gives them long days like the opposite of our summer solstice. Can anyone down south hear this shout? What kind of daylight do you have for christmas?
The only explanation in RE theory for different day lengths is an elliptical orbit of the Earth around the Sun. However, is this just an example of circle logic (no pun intended) or retrofitting an explanation to fit an observation?