People, even Christians, commonly claim is that the Bible isn't scientific. One reason being that it doesn't make any predictions which can be tested. We'll show you that the Bible is predictive, testable and scientific.
Axiom IV is "The Internal Structure of Earth and Size of the Cosmos is Unknowable." We can deduce Principle I from the following physical evidence, empirical observations or established theories which are part of Axiom IV.
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.
There's no question that the cosmological system described in the Bible is Geocentric. The problem with the word Geocentric, and with Geocentrism in general, is that it's irrevocably yoked to the flat Earth insanity.
Scientifically illiterate science worshipers (SISWs) frequently tout the importance of empirical evidence. They squawk the phrase "empirical evidence" like parrots squawking "pieces of eight, pieces of eight".Scientifically illiterate science worshipers (SISWs) frequently tout the importance of empirical evidence. They use the phrase like parrots squawking "pieces of eight, pieces of eight."
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.
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:
Asteroids have elliptical orbits which is why they approach close to the Earth. They're there ready for a time when they're doomed to crash into the Earth during the tribulation. This gives us a predictive testable hypothesis.
Most people believe that the heliocentric theory disproves Geocentrosphericity. The fact is that heliocentric and geocentrospheric are two different frames of reference in the same system. They coexist.
The current generation of Trekkie scientists assume that you can measure the mass of the sun from a deep space probe. That's what popular science (SciPop) is now, an inductive rationalization of the Star Trek universe.