[geocentrism] Re: Earth and science

  • From: Paul Deema <paul_deema@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 13:52:17 +0000 (GMT)

Martin S
If there's a null result on Earth but not elsewhere, "Game over, man."
From the position of a layman, I believe I would have to capitulate if this 
were demonstrated.
You did not however comment upon my figures as they relate to the chances of a 
successful rendezvous with Mars by an Earth origined exploratory vehicle. 
Should such a mission be successful, would you also strike your colours?
Regarding the annual rotation rate of 10^-13 radians -- that has thus far 
slipped past me. It is rather slower than I believe would catch my attention 
even if I did have a reference point! But more accurately, it has not yet 
percolated up to the level of Horizon and Discovery. I do envy those among us 
who have the intellect and training to be sufficiently close to the cutting 
edge as to be among the first to be aware. My immediate thought however is that 
we are living in a closed system, and while nothing is being added, nothing is 
being taken out. Are you aware of a mechanism which would suggest that the 
rotation rate should change? My immediate thought would be that the constant 
conversion from matter to energy might bear upon this, but loss of mass in a 
non damped rotating system should not change its angular velocity. Any comments?
Paul D

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