There is an exhaustive THEOLOGICAL treatment of Geocentrism on the Dimond brothers website:
Their conclusion is that Geocentrism is NOT an infallible teaching of the Church and
they give strong evidence and arguments for this.
From the SCIENTIFIC point of view, there are several strong arguments against Geocentrism:
1. The Earth does not have enough gravity to keep the Sun in orbit around the Earth and
there is NO other know measurable force which can keep the Sun in orbit.
2. Neptune would have to be traveling at a velocity faster than the speed of light to circle
the Earth in 24 hours. The Andromeda galaxy would have to be moving at 6 million times the
speed of light to circle the Earth in 24 hours.
3. Stellar Parallax has been measured by modern telescopes. The Geocentrism theory has
no explanation how this can happen. The Heliocentrism theory has no problem with Stellar
I've heard the Geocentrism arguments about Aether, Electromagnatism, and God-Can-Do-It,
but one must realize that Geocentrists cannot understand gravity, celestial mechanics or
Stellar Parallax. Here is an explanation of Stellar Parallax:
I did not plan to divert this thread into a Geocentric argument, but some people keep harping
on Geocentrism and telling lies about it. Lies should be exposed as such.
If you cannot understand Stellar Parallax and cannot understand that telescopes in 1633 were
not capable of measuring Stellar Parallax, then don't tell me I'm wrong, and don't expect me
to reply to your lies (er ... I mean opinions