[geocentrism] Re: translational motion of the earth......

Pay attention Regner, 
   
  I am attaching these diagrams again so as to offer yet another oportunity to 
join the team and come in for the big win........................Now what do 
all these have in common...UMMMMM .........I wonder if it has anything to do 
with the roatation of a fixed camera (over the course of a year) around the sun 
on the earth's "translational orbit"....of that very same sun........ .umm 
.........................you see there is more then one way to demonstrate 
rotation on earth on 2 different axis  ...And you thought I was just making it 
all up......shame on you for thinking such a thing... ...:-)
   
  If whatever rotational condition produces nightly star trails then that same 
condition must produce annual ones as well (if any such motion exist) there 
will be a clear distinction between the two sets of star trails because the 
distance of a star from what ever axis exist determines the size of star 
trails. Since the two axis are offset by 23.44 degrees the stars cannot all 
have the same distance from both axis simultaneous thus, if the motion existed 
there would have to be different sets of star trails with different sizes.... 
In fact if the HC motion really existed it would just all be a big blur........

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