Stars falling to Earth is unfulfilled prophecy. A standard belief among Christians is that God is faithful and true. He always keeps his promises. All prophecy has either been fulfilled or it will be fulfilled.
Math is the Language of Faith
The story of Babylon (Babel) shows us that having a universal language is dangerous. It gives us the power to do things which would be otherwise impossible. Guess what? Math is a universal language. Go figure.
Gravitation Inside a Uniform Hollow Sphere
We may have found another example of scientific sleight-of-hand. The problem is that none of the scientists who understand it think it's a lie, it's a perfectly sound rationalization of an imaginary situation.
Gravitation Inside a Blah, Blah, Blah
We talk about the firmament as a sphere of rigid crystal on the edge of space. Popular science's (SciPop) second cousin astronomy exists for the express purpose of making it seem as if the presence of a firmament is impossible.
The Math of Gravity
The math of gravity requires that we assume gravity is concentrated in the center of the Earth. By a totally staggering coincidence, in Matty's Paradigm gravity is a field emitted from a singularity at the center of the Earth.
The popular science paradigm (SciPop) begins to break down when you start doing math. Ironic isn't it. Math is regarded as the strength of SciPop, the reason why the faith crowd looks so stupid in comparison.
Their Thoughts Were Evil
The universe was created as a way to purify all of the corruption out of the world, and this is being brought about through the action of gravity. No one wants you to know this. Why? Because their thoughts are evil.
Faith is believing in something that you can't see. Math requires believing in concepts that you can't see, and relating them to each other in ways that can't be seen. Math is inductive, reductive, circular faith.
The Geometry of Despair
Measurable parallax would be proof that the Earth isn't at the center of God's creation in which case the issue of whether or not God created it has new significance. Unfortunately Galileo couldn't find any parallax.
Math – A Recipe for Fudge
The beauty of math, and the reason why it is the best recipe for fudge in the universe, is that it proves that a geocentrospheric model is possible.