# Do clouds prove the Earth is round?

I was thinking, clouds have flat bottoms because water only condenses above a certain altitude, right? So by that logic, wouldn't all clouds in a certain place be roughly the same height?
If so, wouldn't the fact that clouds in the distance seem to be lower in the sky than closer clouds prove the Earth is...
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I was thinking, clouds have flat bottoms because water only condenses above a certain altitude, right? So by that logic, wouldn't all clouds in a certain place be roughly the same height?

If so, wouldn't the fact that clouds in the distance seem to be lower in the sky than closer clouds prove the Earth is round? Surely a perspective like that is only possible when viewed from a point on a sphere.

If I'm wrong please let me know but I thought this sounded good in my head lmao.

If so, wouldn't the fact that clouds in the distance seem to be lower in the sky than closer clouds prove the Earth is round? Surely a perspective like that is only possible when viewed from a point on a sphere.

If I'm wrong please let me know but I thought this sounded good in my head lmao.

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