You do realise that if the distance to the Sun is wrong and it is in fact found to be a lot closer to the Earth then the distances to the planets and stars are wrong. Then the mass of the stars and planets are wrong as well. I don't think you realise how a lot of modern scientific is dependent on a few theoretical calculations/assumptions. If those change then so does everything that relies upon it.
If this, if that. You speculate as if that is an argument. Good thing NASA has been sending probes to other planets for decades.
I guess it was expected for you guys to not understand the discovery. There is no natural explanation for the observations. It's just a matter of time before geocentrism is proven. Please don't ignore it. Come back and join the side of truth.
Argument from ignorance. The inability to understand why this happens, lets keep in mind this a recent discovery while the heliocentric model is centuries old, does not make your view correct. Try again Ted.
Sorry but you don't even understand what science is. Try looking it up in Wikipedia and understanding it. I shall try to explain something to you althought I doubt you will understand.
Maybe enroll in a university class Ted. Your reliance on Wiki shows you have no formal education at all. Otherwise you would know Wiki is not a credible source for any credible university
Ptolemy used science to determine motions of the planets and stars. Based on what he observed he made the assumption that the earth was at that the center of the universe. Today scientists use other observations to make the assumption that the earth is a planet orbitting in a heliocentric model. New observatations different assumptions. Important thing to understand is that at the moment we simply don't KNOW what the truth is. We need more information.
No it used observation and mathematics. The difference is Ptolemy couldn't send objects to direct observation while NASA confirms the heliocentric model every time it launches probes and receives data transmissions from these probes. The Heliocentric model has been confirmed repeatedly while your model has been refuted.
The Pluto phenomena is pointing out that some things in teh solar system are just not behaving the way SCIENTISTS assume them to. Scientists use the current knowledge at hand to make assumptions. When those assumptions don't explain a new phenomena then they look for a new explanation. Who knows, it could be that some of Ptolemy's work/ideas might actually be relevant and it could be the beginning of the end for the heliocentric model.
Argument from ignorance
It's a fact that the Sun rises and sets. It's a fact that the Earth feels stationary.
You don't even understand the meaning of natural phenomena. Have you figured out what the natural phenomena is that causes planets and stars to form? It's not gravity. Problem with people like yourself is that you look for a natural explanation then when you don't find one you'll simply say scientists haven't figured it out yet.
Semantics and word games. You are using phrases as if phrases are evidence of anything. Yes natural explanations for observations is the primary basis of science. You have attempted to do use science yourself. You project a facade to either cover your reliance on outdated science for your views or, as I believe, a religious ideaology
Wrong gravity forms stars and planets. Even your weak Wiki says as much... http://abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/ast122/lectures/lec13.htmlhttp://lasp.colorado.edu/education/outerplanets/solsys_star.phphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_formation
Accusing people of trolling is one sign that you just don't understand what's been said. Try thinking differently. Believers/Non believers have the same facts yet different conclusions.
Nope. Since many people have directly linked your work from science, which you ignore, suggests you are either a troll or are ignorant on a level most of us have never seen. You have zero facts on your side since the geocentric model has been refuted repeatedly. You have a book from a period of ignorance compared to modern times.