The Second Heaven

Most of the space between the firmament and Earth is the cosmos or observable universe. There's something very odd about the cosmos: there's a disconnect between what we can see vs. what we believe about it.

Galileo’s Bluff

Galileo’s bluff is the starting point for THE NARRATIVE of heliocentricity. It’s an induced rationalization of evidence to fit the premise, it’s not proof of heliocentricity.

Spaghetti Syndrome

Christians don’t like Matty’s Paradigm because we have to refute some things that they believe about the Bible, and show how modern theology is a product of spaghetti syndrome.

July 28th

If it's good enough for Star Trek, it's good enough for popular science (SciPop). Besides, if you've seen it in a Star Trek episode you already believe it. Slam dunk.

April 7th

The earth is at the center of the observable universe. This is an empirical observation. Heliocentricity is not observed, it is theoretical. Oddly enough, people today simply cannot grasp this concept.

April 3rd

Copernicus taught us how to imagine an alternative reality. He wrote the first episode of Star Trek. Galileo, Kepler, Newton and others convinced the modern mind that their imaginary alternative is reality.

April 1st

It’s ironic that today is April Fools’ Day because today we (that's me and the Holy spirit) begin to make the case that the universe is Geocentrospheric, but this isn’t a joke.

March 28th

A minature planet earth on a golf t

Mainstream science (SciPop) requires you to believe that the Earth orbits the sun and the sun is traveling through space. The Psalmist is warning us that those who want you to believe this are wicked oppressors.