If the sun is a spotlight, wouldn't it visibly get bigger at higher altitudes?

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Let's say I measure the visable diameter of the sun at sea level then climb up a mountain and measure it the same way. If it's a spotlight above the earth wouldn't it grow bigger?

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napoleon

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yes it would
Never argue with an idiot...
First they will drag you down to their own level,
and then they beat you by experience...

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rabinoz

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yes it would
But, it does not change in size.

Try this for some evidence that the size of the sun does not change during the day.
The Constancy of the Angular size of the Sun on: August 25, 2016, 02:12:47 PM

Here is a bit of that post:
Now on Youtube there is a video made by a the Flat Earther, Matrix Decode with very good photos of the sun through a filter (an arc welder's glass) showing the sun at a number of times of day from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM on 9/March/2016 in Malaga, Spain.

The following screen shots from his video does an excellent job of proving that the sun size does not change!
         
       


Do I need to say more? Our kind Flat Earther, Matrix Decode, has said it all!

The "sun does not appear to change it size until just before sunset" - a then only a little in height!