Under the Sun
I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind.
What is crooked cannot be made straight,(Ecclesiastes 1:14-15) English Standard Version
and what is lacking cannot be counted.
“If the theory agrees with the facts.” Albert Einstein (1905). What facts? Given that the so-called facts are an inductive rationalization which is derived from accepting the premise of the original theory?
In the Geocentrospheric system it can literally be said that life on Earth takes place under the Sun. It’s empirical. The Bible frequently states that Earth is below and heaven is above. In contrast, in the theoretical heliocentric model, if the Earth orbits the Sun then, technically speaking, the Earth is above the Sun.
Above and Beneath, Up and Down
I will perform miracles in the sky above(Acts 2:19) Good News Translation
and wonders on the earth below.
Given the up/down reference frame specified in the Bible, the Sun is always above the Earth. Here’s some logic, from the Bible, which refutes the flat earth insanity:
Spherical Earth Logic
- If the Sun rises and sets,
- AND returns to the position where it rose,
- AND the Sun is always above the Earth,
- Then the Earth is spherical.
Here’s the thing: in the heliocentric system the Sun isn’t above the Earth. If, as the theory states, the Sun is the largest source of gravity in the solar system, then the Sun is below, the Earth is above. This is a direct contradiction of the scriptures.
As irrelevant as this may seem it has relevance to today’s discussion. Do space flights require heliocentricity? Our frame of reference is the Earth. We view the cosmos from the Earth and send space vehicles out from the Earth. The cosmos orbits around us as the space vehicles complete their missions, all while we’re here on the Earth. From our earthly perspective space missions and the cosmos are inherently and empirically Geocentrospheric.
As such, it’s impossible to disprove the Geocentrospheric model. We live in one. Heliocentricity, however, isn’t observed. No one is on the Sun observing the motion of the cosmos, but this is the imaginary frame of reference of mainstream science (SciPop). However, no matter how many people choose to imagine the cosmos from a heliocentric frame of reference, it doesn’t make it real. Heliocentric is a frame of reference in the Geocentrospheric system, and heliocentrism is irrelevant.
Relativity Killed Physics
But people will tell you to ask for messages from fortunetellers and mediums, who chirp and mutter. They will say, “After all, people should ask for messages from the spirits and consult the dead on behalf of the living.”
You are to answer them, “Listen to what the Lord is teaching you! Don’t listen to mediums—what they tell you cannot keep trouble away.”(Isaiah 8:19-20) Good News Translation
The heliocentric frame of reference has been implanted into the modern mind, but so has the way we think about matter and energy. What we think, and how we think, has been evolving for many years but Albert Einstein gave it the SciPop frame of reference. We believe that mass is not so much a thing as it’s a property of energy. The mass of an object is the sum of all its energy. As such, two bodies with the same physical properties may have different mass if one of them is moving: the kinetic energy of its motion has to be added to its total mass.
As convenient as this is as a way to relate mass and energy, it’s an inductive rationalization of circumstantial evidence. Supposedly, gravity is a property of mass and mass is the sum of all of the energy of a body. This is the foundation on which the field of theoretical physics has been built. So, what happens if gravity isn’t a property of mass, but instead is independent of it, and there’s no causal relationship?
If matter can exist in the total absence of gravity, because gravity is a created thing, what’s the significance of this for relativity? How does this affect our understanding of what matter is if gravity isn’t an intrinsic property of it? If gravitational attraction is a property which is imparted to matter as the result of a field emitted from a created instance (a singularity), how does this affect our understanding of mass and energy? Among other things it means that relativity is a load of dingo’s kidneys.
The problem with accepting the relativistic frame of reference is that we develop ideas and models that appear to explain our observations and these become the parameters by which we experiment, and think, when we try to learn more about our observations. However, since our starting point is incorrect, we end up with inductive, reductive circular reasoning where experiments can only give us a result that confirms the premise which we used to design the experiment. In computer jargon it’s called garbage in = garbage out.
This is how Einstein put it in his original 1905 paper where he first proposed E=MC2.
If the theory agrees with the facts, then radiation transmits inertia between emitting and absorbing bodies.– Albert Einstein, Bern, September 1905
“If the theory agrees with the facts?” Seriously? Why would you have a theory that doesn’t agree with the facts? What would be the point? This abstract state of mind is what you end up with when you don’t have any facts, but rather use strategic data points in an induced narrative and then call them “facts.” And Einstein’s dead, so everybody believes him.
In relativity there are no facts, because the observations are interpreted within a frame of reference defined by relativity. It’s circular reasoning. We may make empirical measurements of matter and energy changing states, or light refraction from crystals, but if this has taken place after accepting an understanding of these things which derives from relativity, we haven’t learned anything about relativity. We assumed it to start with.
Just something to think about.
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
Read through the Bible in a year
|Reading plan||April 19|
|Linear||1 Chronicles 22-24|
|Chronological||1 Samuel 28-31|