If the earth revolves around the sun, why do we see the same stars at night all year long? (Presented with the following image)
Obviously, anyone that knows anything about astronomy, or even casually looks up at the night sky through the seasons knows this is just batshit crazy. Here’s a simple video of a star map showing the changing positions of the stars at the exact same time of night, over months. Anyone can independently verify this by going out at night at the same time, every night, and making note of certain stars near the horizon. Night after night, at the same time, they’re in a different position.