Flat Earth balloon experiment

I am a Flat Earth researcher. And I want to prove to everyone that the Earth is flat. I will be doing several high altitude balloon launches at different times of day to get definite proof. At the salt flats. One proof will be that I hypothesize we would be able to see the sun when the sun is supposed to be 180 on the other side of the "Globe". Another proof would be to launch the balloon 2 hours before noon to show how close the sun really is because it should almost be at 90 degrees.  I have found some very excellent equipment I would like to send up such as a high-definition camera attached to a gimbal to cancel the rocking that causes lens distortion. I will also be putting a Raspberry pi computer with a sensor array to give us telemetry data and a GPS tracking device to find the unit. The sensor array is the Raspberry pi Sense hat.  NASA claims to have 2 of them on the ISS. I have had some comments here saying that I'm using GPS to find the unit after it descends proves the earth is a globe. GPS uses ground-based technology, the signal fails at a certain altitude.

My youtube channel 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmU9QR9azbOzX6Ru9FgZsPw

My fb group

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1661866320707757/

My fb page "The Electric Flat Earth Hypothesis"
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Electric-Flat-Earth-hypothesis/1457856994517256?ref=bookmarks

So help us find out once and for all what shape the realm we live in is!

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Darrell Foss 
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Coquille, OR
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