Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?(Job 38:31-33) KJV
Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons? Knowest thou the ordinances of heaven? canst thou set the dominion thereof in the earth?
There’s a nuance in discussing variation in the orbital radius of the sun vs. the Earth-sun radial distance. This gives popular science (SciPop) the ammo it needs to oppose anyone who proposes a Geocentrospheric model.
The problem is that their ammo only works if the sun is more massive than the Earth. They haven’t figured out Newton’s switcheroo. If you assume heliocentricity then yes, the sun is more massive than the Earth. The thing is, if you assume Geocentrosphericity then the sun suddenly becomes less massive than the Earth in a way that the proportional relationship is the same, just reversed.
- Assuming heliocentricity
- the mass of the sun is 1.9E+30 kg
- Assuming Geocentrosphericity
- the mass of the sun is 1.9E+19 kg
The difference between them is the factor 9.87E-12. Matty’s Constant.
So, now we can get to all the technical reasons why all of the observations of the motion of the sun now prove the Geocentrospheric model. You’re welcome.
The sun orbits Earth at, for all practical purposes, a constant distance. However, the sun’s orbital radius is variable throughout the course of the year. Eccentricity is due to variation in the orbital radius of the sun, not variation in the Earth-sun radial distance. The solar orbit is helical, hence its Greek name “Helios”.
So this is our attempt to explain the orbit of the sun. The Earth-sun radial distance is constant: 1 AU. What is not shown is the firmament, a sphere of crystal on the edge of space. The sun is maintaining a position between the earth and the firmament which is constant. However, since the sun moves throughout the course of the year, the sun’s orbital radius changes. This is the reason why people think that there’s eccentricity in the “earth’s orbit of the sun.” There isn’t.
|Where did you get here from?|
|1||October 13th – Corollary V|
|2||October 17th – Corollary VIII|