## Perigeon

When asteroids approach the Earth they're at perigeon. You've heard of perihelion, we need a new word. We're going to coin a word to express the concept of perihelion, but proximity to the Earth (geo), not the sun.

## Elliptical vs. Cardioid

We need to know that some concepts are paradigm-dependent. This means that they only apply after accepting the premise of a paradigm. We've been discussing elliptical planetary orbits, that's a heliocentric concept.

## Conic Sections

When we ask the question: what's at the second focus in Kepler's laws there's another stock response which comes up with surprising frequency. It appears that everyone has been trained to give this answer.

## Spandex Has-beens

Has-been scientists with spandex. These are washed up university lecturers who like to impress young girls and boys with how cool they are, while promoting an untestable hypothesis like it’s real science.

## Garbage in = Garbage Out

People point to Newton who wrote math which shows that an ellipse can have one focus. Math is theoretical fudge which can be made into any shape you want based entirely on whatever you want to believe.

## Math is Imaginary

Math is imaginary, it exists in your mind when you have faith that numerals represent concepts. You can write it down but that's a visual representation of what you've chosen to believe. As such, math is the language of faith.

## The Galen Urso Type

The greatest example of selfless sacrifice, for the sake of a world of people who don't deserve it, is that of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross at Calvary.

## Asteroid Orbital Plots

The recent flurry of articles from NASA warning us about approaching asteroids seem to have one thing in common: planet Earth is clearly f1 in the asteroid orbits.

## Asteroids

There's an nearly daily onslaught of articles warning us about asteroids approaching planet Earth. They have one thing in common: Kepler's Laws. The orbits NASA has plotted for these asteroids are proof of 2 things:

## Tycho’s Geocentric Cosmology

Tycho Brahe made meticulous observation of the cosmos. He was on the Earth so, naturally, he observed a Geocentrospheric system. The problem was that he didn't know about binary systems because they hadn't made Star Wars yet.