Here is a thought about light traveling from our Sun.
‘We are told’ that light from stars travel trillion of miles to reach us. Have scientists a way to prove this? Do they really know how far light travels before there is no detection at all? One thing us flat earthers know is that the Sun is about 3,000 miles from here and it’s about 32 miles in diameter. I know that the type of light, he size of it, and the medium that it travels through determines if we can still see it. Of course, it’s also determined by each a person’s eyesight. But to say that we can light from a source thousands of light years away (or more) is just baloney!
Take a look at this photo here of a setting Sun. It’s like you can get the indication that the rays of the sun is reaching the limits that it can travel. Think of it this way, we know that the Sun doesn’t go behind the earth – it’s still above a flat plane but it’s only much further away; there really isn’t anything that is blocking our sight. Yes, there is the law of perception – when something gets too small we simply can’t see it. But since we are talking about photons – these light particles are traveling to us. Remember, there is nothing stopping the light traveling to us, YET we can’t see the light – not matter how good your eyesight is. Now, I’m not an expert, but to me this tells me that light just can’t travel any more. It’s like it’s being absorbed in darkness.
For heliocentric believers, if they ask about the stars. The fact is, stars are also within thousands of miles from us – not trillions of miles, not millions of light years. And, we only see them when it’s dark. Many of them we can only see when we are away from any city light. That’s why observatories are on mountains away from city and even village lights.
This should make you think about light and how far it can travel.