But here is scientific proof, from the new book "Galileo was Wrong", that we in fact live in a geocentric world:
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Heliocentrism is in fact only built on assumptions:
Scientific reviews of the book "Galileo was Wrong":
"There exists no better exposition of the history and science of geocentrism. Very highly recommended and a must for all those interested in the issues surrounding geocentrism today"
- Gerardus Bouw, Ph.D., Astronomy
"In their over 700-page book, Drs. Sungenis and Bennett make a convincing case for the special and central position of the earth in the cosmos"
- Vincent Schmithorst, Ph.D., Physics
"Galileo Was Wrong is a work of monumental proportion which ranks, in my opinion, on a par with the meticulous observations of the Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, and the tireless efforts of Walter van der Kamp"
- Neville Jones, Ph.D., Physics
"In their new book, Sungenis and Bennett take no prisoners...Now that the Enlightenment is over, it was inevitable that the system upon which it was based should come in for the powerful critique which Sungenis and Bennett provide. Not inevitable, however, was the brilliant way they provide it"
- E. Michael Jones, Ph.D., ed. Culture Wars
"Sungenis and Bennett examine the anomalies that arise from the Copernican model...A must read for those who can set aside prejudices and a priori assumptions"
- Joseph Strada, Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering
"The book Galileo Was Wrong forcefully addresses the history, science, theological, philosophical, and worldview implications of our place in the universe"
- Russell T. Arndts, Ph.D., Chemistry, LSU
"It is with pleasure that I remand this volume into the hands of the reader"
- Martin Selbrede, Chief Scientist, Unipixel
"Robert Sungenis and Robert Bennett have done a great service to science and to men of good will. Those who see the universe as the handiwork of the benevolent God need no longer be subservient to fairy tales"
- Anonymous, Ph.D., MIT
"Galileo Was Wrong is a model for the kind of scholarship we need today -- intellectual understanding not as an end in itself, but as a commitment to reality, infused with moral passion, love for the earth, common sense and philosophical sensitivity"
- Caryl Johnston, M. Ed., Jefferson Medical College