Dave, this is you failing to comprehend the scale of the universe again.
The North star is 433.8 LIGHT YEARS away. That's 2.55 × 10^15 miles. Or if you prefer longhand...
2,550,000,000,000,000 miles away.
12,427,423,844 miles is hardly a stone's throw away.
Add to that the fact that Polaris is ALSO in the Milky Way Galaxy, and is therefore traveling in the same general direction as the solar system, there is, for all intents and purposes, no movement at all.
ONCE AGAIN you're conflating cosmological evolution with globe earth. STOP IT!
The scale ploy cuts both ways. It makes your point but also nullifies empirical evidence for you argument.
All this movement in the universe takes place on paper with calculations but cannot be visually verified.