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

• From: j a <ja_777_aj@xxxxxxxxx>
• To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
• Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 14:02:04 -0800 (PST)

```Allen,

You are answering my logic by repeating the logic of the proof, but you are
not answering my logic, just re-asserting yours.

I say your logic is wrong because the angle of the camera changes with
respect to the annual axis in a way as to not be able to record an annual
trail. I'm not saying the annual trail doesn't or couldn't exist, I'm saying
your methodology will not record it whether it does or does not.

JA

Allen Daves <allendaves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

part 2

Last, I repeat my logical challenge (altered a little) because I think it still
stands. If the baseline is 0 and either the camera or the star rotates and the
camera is fixed to the earth, the nightly star circles will never change
position. The nightly never will but the issue is not the basline of 0. It is
the angles of the rotataion in relation to the nightly rotation the two axis of
rotation are offset by 23.44o you already admitted that the size of the star
trail is dependent on the distance of the star from the axis of rotation
..How can the stars be the same distance from both axis simaltaniously all year
long?................If they are not the same distance and both axis are being
rotated against then how can you have ths same size circles?..... Since the
star circles never change position, a different set of circles will never be
formed from any type of composite. Therefore it is impossible to record an
annual cirlce that is different from the nightly, using the
method of nightly recording.

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