[creation] Re: Geocentrism

  • From: Allen Daves <allendaves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2005 09:26:02 -0800 (PST)

If the sun spins in then the elliptical orbit of the sun is real, if not then 
there must be another mechanism that causes this to appear like that such as a 
wobble? The linear distance to the sun in the January is > ~147,000,000KM and 
in July ~ 152,000,000KM which is a difference of > ~5,000,000Km(3%). That is 
the total difference of the earth/sun distance from January to July. A analysis 
of exactly what would and could cause this 3% difference might be useful in a 
better understanding of the motions involved. If the angle of the sun?s orbital 
plane rocked back in forth it might be possible to explain the 3% in those 
terms but a more detailed analysis/ explanation of that mechanic would need to 
be done, I think. 

Allen


Marshall <fefinc@xxxxxxxx> wrote:No wobble. Sun spirals in and out some 
3,000,000 miles from Tropic of Can
to Tropic of Cap in one year. MH
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Subject: [creation] Geocentrism


> Could the supposed 3% elliptical orbit of the earth be due to a change of
angle of the Suns orbital plane in relation to a point on the surface of the
earth rocking on the earth's center ( as there is ~696000 km different from
the center to the surface) or is there a genuine wobble to the sun/heavens
orbit of the earth?
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