Copernicanism is not science


Copernicanism is circular reasoning. It is a religion in competition with Biblical Christianity, and is not a scientific theory. This experiment I have done makes one wonder if the sun really does actually physically go around the earth, and much of what is wrongly called “science” is nothing but atheistic religion based on similar faulty reasoning. Maybe John Calvin and Martin Luther were right about Copernicus.

“We will see some who are so deranged, not only in religion but who in all things reveal their monstrous nature, that they will say that the sun does not move, and that it is the earth which shifts and turns. When we see such minds we must indeed confess that the devil posses them, and that God sets them before us as mirrors, in order to keep us in his fear.”
–John Calvin, Calvin Theological Journal 15 (1980), p233-243, at 236-237

“There is talk of a new astrologer who wants to prove that the earth moves and goes around instead of the sky, the sun, the moon, just as if somebody were moving in a carriage or ship might hold that he was sitting still and at rest while the earth and the trees walked and moved. But that is how things are nowadays: when a man wishes to be clever he must…invent something special, and the way he does it must needs be the best! The fool wants to turn the whole art of astronomy upside-down. However, as Holy Scripture tells us, so did Joshua bid the sun to stand still and not the earth.”
—Luther’s Tabletalk (Tischreden)


NOT Finding gravity

I did an experiment last week that should have been able to measure differences in gravity. No differences were detectable. This does not give confidence in the cosmology that we learned in school. It indicates that the concept of gravity we have learned may be a hoax.

There was no difference in gravity between Nashoba and Hennepin. The map indicated there should have been a difference of .006 g for the steel weight and .009 for the rubber. The most conservative conclusion is that the map was created according to theory, not measurements of gravity. There are other possible conclusions that are far more disturbing.

Finding gravity

I recently investigated this map from the University of Wisconsin, which shows a difference of about 300 mgal in gravity between Hennepin and Nashoba in Oklahoma, due to density of geological formations. This should be a difference of .006 grams for a 20 gram weight. No difference was detected, and I got consistent readings at both locations. I am not sure what this means, but it may mean that the popular concept of gravity is a hoax.