# [geocentrism] Re: Moving-Earth DECEPTION!

• From: Bernie Brauer <bbrauer777@xxxxxxxxx>
• To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
• Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 18:24:11 -0700 (PDT)
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Regner wrote:   Dear Bernard Brauer,

questions. It took I while to find those answers on your very
large and monolithic web-page. Some structure would be helpful.
Your answer to "Do you believe in gravity?" seems to be "no".
Instead you construct a functional form of the force that doesn't
contradict experiments conducted close to Earth, but which is applicable
to Earth only. As far as I could gather, that hypothesis does not say
anything about what happens in the rest of Solar system or in the rest
of the Universe for that matter.
There is a very sound reason for the inverse square laws of forces
like gravity and the Coulomb force (interactions between electrically
charged particles): These forces are so-called central forces that
only depend on distance from the source (e.g., direction is immaterial).
All points with the same distance to the (point-) source form the surface
of a sphere. The surface area of a sphere is A=4*pi*R^2. The logic goes,
that the same force (from the source), whatever the distance is, is
distributed over that area, only depending on distance, R. The further
away from the source, the larger the area (by R^2), and hence, the weaker
the force (by 1/R^2). The exact same effect is at work with the attenuation
of sound or light as you move away from the source. This simple logic
obviously doesn't work with your model.
The inverse square law has been demonstrated in the laboratory using
cannon-ball sized metal spheres, acting on marble sized test masses. A
newer and more sophisticated experiment is described by
Kapner et al., 2007, Phys. Rev. Letters, Vol 98, p. 021101, "Tests of the
Gravitational Inverse-Square Law below the Dark-Energy Length Scale".
That experiment confirms Newtonian gravity between masses other than Earth,
at the 0.1mm to 1cm scale.
Regarding another important point in your argumentation;
please tell me why your collar would flap on a moving Earth.

Kind regards,

Regner

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Work:
Dr. Regner
Department of Physics and Astronomy,
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Quoting Bernard Brauer :

> Dear Regner,
>
>
> The sun spiral orbits the Earth.
>
> See paper by Dr. Neville T. Jones
> on gravity at www.geocentricuniverse.com .
>
> If you are standing on the roof of the train your
> collar will flap.
>
> Would you like to join Dr. Neville Jones'
> Geocentric Discussion Group?
>
> Kind Regards,
> Bernie Brauer
> --- Regner wrote:
>
> > Dear Bernard Brauer,
> >
> > So what is the Sun then? - and how far away is it?
> > Do you believe in gravity?
> > Does your collar flap when you travel at 200km/h in
> > a train
> > (if you have ever done so...)?
> >
> > Kind regards,
> >
> > Regner
> >
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> > Work:
> > Dr. Regner
> > Department of Physics and Astronomy,

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