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Offline Confiteor Deo

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Re: Ball Earth Geocentrism is flat-lining
« Reply #15 on: October 24, 2017, 04:01:50 PM »
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  • I don't know how gravity would fit into it, but I think you're right to ask how it is that the entire universe could rotate around a tiny earth. It doesn't make sense that the universe would rotate around the earth.

    In a flat earth model, the universe isn't so huge, and it rotates above the earth, not around it. At least that's my understanding of the general view of how a flat earth and the universe works.
    Yes, you understood what I was saying. The choice either is a flat earth with the firmament, or the heliocentric universe we were brought up to believe in. As curvature cannot be detected, and there is no evidence that the earth moves, the flat earth model is most logical option.

    I don't see how the geocentric option can be considered. This model assumes the existence of gravity for every celestial object except for the earth.  It makes no sense.

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    Re: Ball Earth Geocentrism is flat-lining
    « Reply #16 on: October 24, 2017, 04:11:08 PM »
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  • I don't see how the geocentric option can be considered. This model assumes the existence of gravity for every celestial object except for the earth.  It makes no sense.

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    Agreed.
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    And especially since, according to their theory, the mass required to "create" the gravity is so massive, there is literally not enough "mass" in the earth to create enough "gravity" to make the sun go around it, much less the rest of the stars, planets, galaxies, universe, etc.
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    Re: Ball Earth Geocentrism is flat-lining
    « Reply #17 on: October 24, 2017, 04:17:11 PM »
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  • To bad for Robert Sungenis. I love to watch his Sola Scriptura debates with protestants but it's a shame the Principle Movie didn't question that if gravity exists, it should apply to the earth as well as everything else.


     

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