- The fisheye skyview of the Concam located at Rosemary Hill Florida appears to provide proof that the Earth has changed its position drastically relative to the Sun just in the last three weeks, as seen in these two Concam views: for midday Oct 15, and for midday Nov 5. Note that in the Oct 15 view, there is a semicircular bulge on the left side of the Sun flare and the flare is centered on a line from East to West. And the Concam shows in other views that day the Sun rising slightly north of direct East. Whereas in the second midday view on Nov 5, the center of the Sun flare is sharply to the south of the East/West line, almost one-half of the distance to the south edge of the fisheye view.
Note: in that this concam is undoubtedly programmed to put the Sun in the center, this indicates a southward movement of the Earth vs a vs the Sun not expected.