I understand your point of view. There is one problem I see. If the world is flat, then gravity would intensify the farther away you got from the center. The closer you got to the edges the pull of gravity would be so intense, that you would probably fall back.
Look at this building. It is standing up vertically. Gravity is pulling it downwards. The building isn't tilted to one side because gravity has centered on it. This shows that the Earth isn't flat because it isn't leaning to one side.
Think about the leaning tower of Pisa. It's tilting, isn't it? Gravity is pulling it towards the center.
It is tilting but all of the other buildings are standing upright.
If the Earth was flat you would be able to see the edges. Just like how you can see the ends of a football field if you stand within it.
You're saying that we can't see the edges of the Earth because the is round. Well the edges are thousands of miles away. Of course we can't see them.
Thank you everyone. That concludes our conference. We hope to see you next year.
Well thanks for that awesome discussion. See you soon.