The End of Modern Civilization: Introduction Sunday, Oct 26 2014 

Primordial Anarchy and Marxism in Buddhist Asceticism Wednesday, Oct 22 2014 

AGGANNA SUTTA: On Knowledge of Beginnings

Items Against Heliocentrism Monday, Oct 20 2014 

galleorecant1. Galileo renounced Heliocentrism in his later years.

Galileo states,

“The falsity of the Copernican system should not in any way be called into question, above all, not by Catholics, since we have the unshakeable authority of the Sacred Scripture, interpreted by the most erudite theologians, whose consensus gives us certainty regarding the stability of the Earth, situated in the center, and the motion of the sun around the Earth. The conjectures employed by Copernicus and his followers in maintaining the contrary thesis are all sufficiently rebutted by that most solid argument deriving from the omnipotence of God. He is able to bring about in different ways, indeed, in an infinite number of ways, things that, according to our opinion and observation, appear to happen in one particular way. We should not seek to shorten the hand of God and boldly insist on something beyond the limits of our competence ….””—Le opere di Galileo Galilei, vol. 7 edited by Vincenzio Viviani , pg. 361, [Translation  by Robert Sungenis, Geocentrism 101 pg. 8]

2. Stephen Hawking admitted that Geocentrism was never refuted and that it has equal function to the Heliocentric system.

Hawking states,

“So which is real, the Ptolemaic or the Copernican system? Although it is not uncommon for people to say that Copernicus proved Ptolemy wrong, that is not true. As in the case our normal view versus that of the goldfish, one can use either picture as a model of the universe, for our observations of the heavens can be explained by assuming either the earth or the sun to be at rest.” (The Grand Design, Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow, 2010, pp. 41-42)

3. Copernicus’ system was said to be the simpler system because earlier he affirmed only 34 epicycles. Yet his 1543 construction contained 48 epicycles, 8 more than Ptolemy.

Ohio State Prof. Richard Pogge states in Astronomy 161: An Introduction to Solar System Astronomy, Lecture 14: The Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus,

“48 epicycles, compared to 40 in the Ptolemaic geocentric system.”

4. In Giovanni Riccioli’s, Astronomia Reformata, Tycho Brahe’s model was modified to include elliptical orbits and Riccioli remained a Geocentrist until his death.

5. A neo-tychonian model has been recently published in the European journal of physics explaining a Geocentrist explanation of stellar parallax.

6. If the stars are considered centered on the sun as it rotates around the motionless earth all the stellar parallax is easily explained, as Sungenis cites,

“It is often said that Tycho’s model implies the absence of parallax, and that Copernicus’ requires parallax. However, it would not be a major conceptual change to have the stars orbit the sun (like the planets) for Tycho, which would give the same yearly shifts in their apparent positions as parallax gives. Thus if parallax were observed, a flexible Tychonean could adjust the theory to account for it, without undue complexity. What if parallax were not observed? For Copernicus, one only requires that the stars be far enough away for the parallax to be unmeasurable. Therefore the presence or absence of parallax doesn’t force the choice of one type of model over the other. If different stars were to show different amounts of parallax, that would rule out the possibility of them all being on one sphere, but still not really decide between Tycho and Copernicus….In fact, if we don’t worry about the distant stars, these two models describe identical relative motions of all the objects in the solar system. So the role of observation is not as direct as you might have guessed. There is no bare observation that can distinguish whether Tycho (taken broadly) or Copernicus (taken broadly) is right.” (University of Illinois, Physics 319, Spring 2004, Lecture 03, p. 8).”

7. The Foucault pendulum can be explained by the universe rotating around the earth pursuant to the Coriolis effect.

8. Albert Einstein invented his theory of Relativity to explain away the Geocentrist demonstration of the Michelson–Morley experiment.

Einstein stated,

“While I was thinking of this problem in my student years, I came to know the strange result of Michelson’s experiment. Soon I came to the conclusion that our idea about the motion of the earth with respect to the ether is incorrect, if we admit Michelson’s null result as a fact. This was the first path which led me to the special theory of relativity. Since then I have come to believe that the motion of the Earth cannot be detected by any optical experiment, though the Earth is revolving around the Sun.”

“How I created the theory of relativity”, by Albert Einsetin, Physics Today, August 1982, page 46

Objection: Geocentrism cannot be explained according to the Laws of Physics. There is no way to work out the Mathematics of it.

Answer: I have no problem admitting it for the so called Laws of Physics are man’s confusions and a product of his Narcissism.

Bertrand Russell said,

“All inductive arguments in the last resort reduce themselves to the following form: ‘If this is true, that is true: now that is true, therefore this is true.” This argument is of course, formally fallacious. Suppose I were to say: “If bread is a stone and stones are nourishing, then this bread will nourish me; now this bread does nourish me; therefore it is a stone, and stones are nourishing.’ If I were to advance such an argument, I should certainly be thought foolish, yet it would not be fundamentally different from the argument upon which all scientific laws are based.” (The Scientific Outlook, pg. 51)

Morris Kline said,

“Thus one cannot speak of arithmetic as a body of truths that necessarily apply to physical phenomena. Of course, since algebra and analysis are extensions of arithmetic, these branches, too, are not bodies of truth….It seemed as though God had sought to confound them with several geometries and several algebras just as he had confounded the people of Babel with different languages…Nature’s laws are man’s creation. We, not God, are the lawgivers of the universe. A law of nature is man’s description and not God’s prescription.” (Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty , pg. 95-98)

Gordon Clark says,

 “At best scientific law is a construction rather than a discovery, and the construction depends on factors never seen under a microscope, never weighed in a balance, never handled or manipulated…The given hypothesis implies certain definite results; the experiment actually gives these results; therefore, the hypothesis is verified and can be called a law.  Obviously, this argument is the fallacy of asserting the consequent; and since all verification must commit this fallacy, it follows that no law or hypothesis can ever be logically demonstrated.” (The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God, 57, 71)

A Defense of Neo-Tychonian Geocentrism Monday, Oct 13 2014

Walter Veith on Darwinism; Best Thing I have Ever Seen on the Subject Sunday, Oct 12 2014 

Great about half of the adult population of America have sexually transmitted diseases. Wednesday, Oct 8 2014 

Great about half of the adult population of America have sexually transmitted diseases.…/cdc-110-million-americans-ha…/

This is unbelievable.

Wonder why this recent riot in Ferguson, Mo has not been on my news feeds? Saturday, Oct 4 2014 

How Feminism Hurts Women; 12 Theses Sunday, Sep 28 2014 

1. Too many short broken relationships leaves modern women mentally and emotionally scarred. This serves to create huge masses of both men and women who seek revenge on the opposite sex at every opportunity.

2. The only way to enjoy this type of life is to harden yourself to the point where you become ruthless.

3. Your young years are the best to start having children and your best time to find a life partner. When you are out of college and in the work force you are not going to have the time or the opportunity to be around men you have known for years and can trust with your life.

4. Feminism makes men apathetic toward family roles and life in general. Man has lost his sense of leadership, masculinity and also his chivalry and it’s all the fault of feminist women.  Not only do feminists not believe that the woman was made for the man (1 Cor. 11:9), they view men as the great burden on humanity, full of sexual perversions and grotesque dependencies- a real life slobbering werewolf. He is to wear a dunce hat for all his life, and bear the guilt of all the sins in the world, especially if he is white. Moreover, the vast majority of feminists have sex before marriage to multiple partners. Feminists want to have sex with as many men as they want and then when they want to get married to a good guy, he is just supposed to overlook all the men that have had their way with his wife to be and the mother of his children. Moreover, Feminism takes away his authority and makes the word “Father” empty of meaning. Also, women are given preferential treatment in the divorce courts.

“RESULTSFor the entire sample, higher risks of suicide were found in divorced than in married persons. Divorced and separated persons were over twice as likely to commit suicide as married persons (RR=2.08, 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) 1.58, 2.72). Being single or widowed had no significant effect on suicide risk. When data were stratified by sex, it was observed that the risk of suicide among divorced men was over twice that of married men (RR=2.38, CI 1.77, 3.20). Among women, however, there were no statistically significant differentials in the risk of suicide by marital status categories.

CONCLUSIONS Marital status, especially divorce, has strong net effect on mortality from suicide, but only among men.”

As a matter of fact a woman can divorce a man and take half of the family assets for no fault or wrongdoing on his part at all.

The modern sports, drug and porn culture is a result of men seeing no incentive in committing to responsible family life. This leaves these “liberated” women mostly single as they ascend into their later years, bitter, and alone. But hey, at least they have plenty of cats.

5. The feminist attitude is unnaturally crass and pugnacious as a way to impersonate male toughness as an attempt to make men see them as equals. This makes men hate women and paints a proverbial target on the forehead of such women. It also creates chaos in the workplace.

6. The feminist sexual revolution, pace Margret Sanger, has turned women into empty shells whose lives are primarily focused on appealing to the sexual desires of men.

7. The children of feminists have no one to raise them but the media and the government public schools. This is creating a savage generation of children that cause their parents great grief.

Guilty: Liberal “Victims” and Their Assault on America By Ann Coulter, pg. 36-38.

8. The feminist sexual revolution has literally killed millions of girls in abortion clinics.

9. The feminist sexual revolution has seen to the creation of an international human trafficking market where women are kidnapped and forced into sex slavery.

10. The Feminist sexual revolution has created a plague of sexually transmitted diseases.

11. Feminism sparked the civil war, pace Harriet Beecher Stowe. This civil war created a more centralized federal  government that created the modern monetary and tax system which steals so much money from Americans that                   women must work in order for a common family to survive.

12. Feminism has deceived young girls into thinking that they can govern their own lives. The problem is, young women are too controlled by their emotions to make well thought through decisions.

Example #1. Young girls follow their emotions and typically look for the bad boy. From what I have heard, young women, in their narcissism, think they can bring worship to themselves if they can change said bad boy. This experiment has resulted in a plague of tens of millions of aborted children and a population of mostly abandoned unwed mothers in America. According to the CDC’s  National Vital Statistics Reports (October 3, 2012), see tables 1 and 7, 40% of births in the US are to unwed mothers! Here we see that Feminism enfranchises the bad boy. And women wonder why there are no good men.

Example #2. When I was in college I was good friends with a young Latino girl. She was in love with my best friend. The year before our first year in college, he had offered himself to her at the time that she was in love with him. I asked her why she turned him down. She said, “I was too scared. I was overcome with emotion.” A couple years later she had despaired of finding a good guy and married a savage police officer she knew little about. He turned out to be a violent man with a porn addiction. After having a child with him, she divorced him for multiple grievances. After this divorce she gave up on romance completely.  Feminism is a disease.

Dabney, “The Moral Effects of a Free Justification” Monday, Sep 8 2014

Discussions, Vol. 1, pg. 73

What Happened on the Moon? – An Investigation Into Apollo Tuesday, Sep 2 2014 

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