Why wouldn't there be evidence for this? You can accurately calculate *if* and *where* two lines meet with simple math.

According to the Ancient Greeks two parallel lines will recede for infinity without ever touching. It is contradictory to logic that two lines approaching each other will never meet, but that is the current theory of perspective.

Are they approaching each other or parallel now? Something does sound contradictory, but it's not the Greeks. Two lines approaching each other

*will* meet, and nobody in their right mind doubts that. Two parallel lines won't, which is also provable (and also common knowledge, for that matter).

In fact, it WOULD be contradictory two parallel lines DID meet. As I said, it's simple math. Two straight lines with the linear functions

f(x)=4x+2 ; g(x)=4x+5

are parallel right? Now try equating the two functions to find their intersection:

4x+2=4x+5

It's already messed up at this point really, but it becomes clear when we we subtract 4x from both sides. 2=5? That's a contradiction right in your face when we assume that parallel lines meet at some point.

As you can see, what you portray as an "Ancient Greek idea that two parallel lines will recede for infinity without touching" is actually a fact accepted by people everywhere around the world

**that can and has been proven by math and logic**, and the proof of which I delivered already. The burden of proof that this widely accepted and proven "Ancient Greek theory" is in fact wrong is on

you, and if you are really going to assert that it is, I expect more than your usual one-line comment. Mathematical theories are proven and disproven with mathematical facts, not anecdotal evidence.

Edit: Also, you have failed to directly answer my previous question:

Why should light behave differently (and in the way you need it to for your theory to make sense) when coming from a greater distance to the observer? And if you think it does, where is your evidence?

Come on, please at least put some effort into discussions. Both responses in your last post are vague and sort of missing the point.

E2: Formatting.