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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Q & A | 0 comments

How Does Geocentrism Explain the Milky Way? Part 2


My last question again concerns geocentrism: If we can view the Milky Way from far away (I’m assuming at a location that is outside of our solar system) and get photographs of it, then surely wouldn’t we be able to view the earth rotating around the sun or vice versa?

R. Sungenis: As noted above, your question just begs the question, namely, how could we ever get a picture of the “Milky Way” outside the Milky Way? This just proves once again that modern science has given us nothing but smoke and mirrors about both cosmology and cosmogony.

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