[geocentrism] Re: plenum effects atmosphere?

Dear Dr. Jones,


I don't have the time
to make everything rhyme...

I would say re-adjust at the surface..... a flexible plenum.

The reason for this inquiry line about plenum boundary is to establish where
the properties of the plenum end.
Once we know the plenum properties, we can test for differences across the
boundary with experiments underwater (in a submarine?) - which we agree on -
or underground - which is now undecided.

You seem to use frictionless to mean 'undetectable'. Again a brief
exposition would help.

One example of slowing down would be planetary orbits (assuming you believe
they are ellipses). In half the orbit the planet is slowing down. Along with
Newton and Kepler I would not term this 'friction' when there is no visible
contact with anything.
Another example would be the upward path of a projectile, which is always
decelerating. The principal reason is gravity, which theogeocentrists (us)
replace with the plenum.

The plenum channels I prefer to address when the proper foundation has been
built.

BTW: You didn't address all my Qs, mostly the ones I said were for later!

Thanks for entertaining my thoughts.


Pax Christi,

Robert

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:geocentrism-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Dr. Neville Jones
> Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 7:20 PM
> To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [geocentrism] Re: plenum effects atmosphere?
>
>
> Dear Robert,
>
> Many thanks indeed
> for planting a seed ...
>
> The plenum ends at the earth's surface? Yes, that is a distinct
> possibility. But didn't the surface change dramatically as a
> result of the Flood? Would the plenum readjust, or would the
> extra water, for instance, just extend into it a little? I
> suppose that if the plenum is absolutely frictionless then it
> does not matter.
> You state that, "If this means to you that the plenum cannot slow
> an object down, then I
> respectfully disagree ."
>
> I find this position intriguing. Please elaborate.
>
> You ask, "Are these paths static or dynamic?"
>
> I presume that they can be either, but are under normal
> functioning static. (This, though, is one way to answer one of
> Carl's questions.)
>
> "The objects listed were inserted into the plenum by God. What
> about those artifacts inserted by man - satellites? Do they also
> have paths pre-formed into the plenum?"
>
> I would say, no. I would say that they are held in LEO by the
> balance of the outward force and the World's gravitational
> attraction. (As you know, I have been toying with a new equation
> of gravity, but this is practically identical to Newton's for the
> first few thousand miles up, and so would not be noticeable in LEO.)
>
> Yours in Christ,
>
> Neville.
>
>
> Robert Bennett <robert.bennett@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear Dr. Jones,
>
> I'll not deny
> you a quick reply.......
>
> Amazing. There are just a few fuzzy areas to clarify.
>
> 1-
> Does this include atmospheric water, both visible (rain,clouds) and
> invisible(vapor)?
> Remember, the aquasphere and atmosphere are constantly exchanging
> water via
> rain and evaporation.
>
> 2-
> It is written:
> Gen 1:9 God also said: Let the waters that are under the heaven, be
> gathered together into one place: and let the dry land appear.
> And it was so
> done.
>
> The land was below the water when the plenum was created (If the land
> appeared now, it must have been created before).
> My exegesis is that the plenum ends at the earth's surface, whether dry or
> wet, since the land was formerly part of/under the water.
>
> Else, if the plenum penetrates the dry land, how far does it
> penetrate? Sea
> level? To the core? What about the lakes and rivers above sea level?
>
> 3-
> Could this water be frozen....ice?
>
> 4- frictionless.>
> Friction is the resistance to relative motion between 2 objects
> in contact.
> In the case of the plenum one of the objects is invisible (so far).
> If this means to you that the plenum cannot slow an object down, then I
> respectfully disagree .
> Perhaps a little more description of 'friction' would help.
>
> 5- (just like there are channels in the ocean).>
> For future discussion - not now!
> Are these paths static or dynamic?
> The objects listed were inserted into the plenum by God. What about those
> artifacts inserted by man - satellites? Do they also have paths pre-formed
> into the plenum?
>
> Note that my questions are requests for information, not challenges.
>
>
> Pax Christi,
>
> Robert
>
>
>
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