lunes, 17 de enero de 2011

  1. An ignored Heliocentric consequence of an orbiting earth and moon system on the Laser Ranging Experiment, proves Geocentrism to be true.

    The Lunar Laser Ranging experiment sends a laser beam from the Earth, to the moons surface where the beam is reflected along the same flight path via a retro-reflector on the moons surface, back to the Earth. Using this mechanism and technology, scientists can determine the orbit path of the moon.
    According to the Apollo website
. . . the time it takes for the pulse of light to travel to the moon and back [from the earth]. . . anywhere from 2.34 to 2.71 seconds, depending on how far away the moon is at the time (the earth-moon distance ranges from 351,000 km to 406,000 km). We can time the round trip to few-picosecond precision, or a few trillionths of a second.
According to the Lunar and Planetary Institute
The Laser Ranging Retroreflector experiment was deployed on Apollo 11, 14, and 15. It consists of a series of corner-cube reflectors, which are a special type of mirror with the property of always reflecting an incoming light beam back in the direction it came from. A similar device was also included on the
Soviet Union's Lunakhod 2 spacecraft. These reflectors can be illuminated by laser beams aimed through large telescopes on Earth. The reflected laser beam is also observed with the telescope, providing a measurement of the round-trip distance between Earth and the Moon.
Laser beams are used because they remain tightly focused for large distances. Nevertheless, there is enough dispersion of the beam that it is about 7 kilometers in diameter when it reaches the Moon and 20 kilometers in diameter when it returns to Earth. Because of this very weak signal, observations are made for several hours at a time. By averaging the signal for this period, the distance to the Moon can be measured to an accuracy of about 3 centimeters (the average distance from the Earth to the Moon is about 385,000 kilometers).
Discussion - According to Heliocentrism, we have the following –
Earth orbital velocity around the sun 29.783km/s
Earth rotates about its circumference 40075.02 km in 24hrs, therefore
Earth rotation velocity = 1669.79km/h = 0.46km/s at equator and 0km/h at the poles.
The earth has two velocity components, which will be discussed briefly. Lets first look at the rotation velocity of the earth
The earth rotational velocity may be ignored at the beginning of the lunar ranging experiment; to point the laser from earth towards the moon as this only requires a relative velocity between the earth’s surface and moon.
However the rotational velocity does become important for the return laser from the moons retro-reflector back to the earth, for if the lasers earth position is located on the equator, then the laser receiver must be located on the earths surface between 2.34x0.46km (1.07km) and 2.71x0.46 (1.25km) away from the point at which the laser is sent from the earth, depending on the location of the moon. At the poles, the orbit velocity is zero, meaning the receiver must be located at the same location on earth.

We note that there are two instances when the lasers origin location and laser receivers location on earth can be the same location, -
    • when the laser is sent from either of the poles, where the earth rotational velocity is zero. This matches a static earth if it is known that the laser origin and receiver locations are the same in the real.
    • When the lasers origin and receiver are not located at either of the poles. Then the receiver and laser origin can be in the same location to be located within the 20km laser spread when it returns to earth, as the maximum movement from the earth daily rotation alone is 1.25km . This allows the lunar ranging experiment to account for only the apparent earth daily rotational movement during the laser flight path. As all the stations are not located at the poles, according to the International Laser Ranging Service.
Now we turn our focus to the orbital velocity component of the earth around the Sun
According to Heliocentrism, the earth travels in an orbital flight distance of 69.69km in 2.24s and 80.71km in 2.71s in its orbital path around the sun, during the times it takes for the laser to travel from the Earth to Moon to Earth when the moon is closest and most far from the Earth respectively.

This means that as –
    • The laser beam is returned from the moon along the same flight path from the earth, and
    • The same telescope is used to send the laser from the earth and to receive the laser from the moon,
Then according to Heliocentrism, the returning beam must miss the receiver by between 69-80km (59-70km taking into account the 20km spread) if the earth is traveling in its orbit around the sun through space!!
From the Laser ranging experiment, we conclude that results cannot account for the motion of the earth around the sun, whereby the laser receiver is in the same location on earth as the origin of the laser beam, because the earth is not traveling at an orbital velocity of 29.78km/s around the sun, but 0km/s. As the Earths orbital flight path velocity is excluded by the experiment and in Heliocentrism, the Earth’s orbital and daily rotational movements are tied in together, then we also conclude the experiment does not account for the Earths rotational velocity.

The lack of the earths rotational velocity is also verified by observing that if the earth rotated on its axis daily as required by Heliocentrism, then according to fluid mechanics of a solid surface (E.g the Earth) against a moving liquid (E.g the atmosphere), we should observe in the real that
    1. Eddies and a boundary layer should form at the earth surface within the atmosphere. This boundary layer should become very obvious as an observer moved from either pole towards the equator. As the eddies and boundary layer are not observed then the earth is clearly stationary according to standard fluid mechanics.
    2. The Earths daily rotation is from West to East, so a man standing on the Earths surface would observe a large predominance of at near surface winds moving East to West throughout the year, with the wind velocity increasing from zero at the poles to near 1669.79km/h at the equator. These wind velocities would be consistent all over the earth and throughout the year.
    3. Any clouds formed would follow the wind patterns stated above and as such, a cloud pattern like a cyclone would pass around the Earth once per day.
The above three effects are considered to be the primary effects of a rotating Earth within an atmosphere and are yet strangely missing when we observe the winds and cloud formations. Therefore, in matching the problems noted with the Lunar Laser Ranging Experiment we conclude that not only is the Earth not orbiting the sun, but also the Earth is not rotating daily on its axis.
In short, according to Heliocentrism the earth rotates on its axis once per day and orbits the sun once per year and the daily rotation of the stars around the earth is only apparent. In effect Heliocentrism says the apparent movement of the sun and stars is caused by the rotation and orbit of the earth. However if the earth is stationary relative to the sun, then it also follows that it must also be stationary relative to a rotating universe to account for the daily movement of the stars and the Earths wind and cloud patterns stated above.

The Lunar laser ranging experiment proves that –
    1. The earth is stationary relative to the sun and therefore, the sun orbits around the earth once per day.
    2. The earth is stationary relative to the moon and therefore the moon orbits around the earth.
    3. As the earth is stationary relative to the sun and moon, then the earth must be at or near the centre of the solar system
    4. As the earth is stationary relative to the sun, then the only way to account for the movement of the sun and stars with a stationary earth is to conclude that the galaxies orbit the earth once per day.
Conclusion – The failure of the Lunar Laser ranging experiment to have the reflected beam sent from the moon to the earth with a new location on the earth between 59-70km away from the location of the original laser beam on earth proves that the earth does not have an orbital velocity around the sun. Following this we also not note that the earth must also be stationary relative to the stars, which means that the laser ranging experiment, combined with observations concerning the primary effects of a rotating Earth on wind and cloud patterns, has proven that we live in a geocentric universe.

The above proof is a little complex and may be reduced to yet a more simple proof exculding the discusion of the winds around a rotating Earth as follows -
    1. The Earth and moon system are said to travel in orbit at 29km/s.
    2. The Laser sent to the moon and returns to the Earth in about 2-3secs
    3. So the return Laser should miss the Earth Telescope by about 60-80km, but doesnt do so according to observation.
    4. Therefore the Earth and moon system do not travel in an orbital path around the sun.
    5. Therefore the Lunar Lasar Ranging Experiment can only be explained by Geocentrism.


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