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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 16

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 16 Einstein’s Theories Examined   Now we are free to deal with his Law of the Constancy of the Velocity of Light. We are told that Light is a … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 15

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 15 Einstein’s Theories Examined As you know this whole model of the heliocentric universe is based on the “research” of certain people, such as Newton and Galileo – among … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 14

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 14 “RELATIVITY”   The Theory of Relativity is so complicated, that when it first came to the public notice it was said that there were probably not more than … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 13

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 13 The Earth Stands Still It would seem that Copernican Astronomy had reached its highest development about the year 1882, and then began to decline, or rather, to fall … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 12

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 12 IT is for me, now, to show how the distance to the sun’ is really to be ascertained, and this may indicate the way to a new astronomy, … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 11

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 11 The Transit of Venus and the Distance to the Sun ***** There are some things which every man or woman of ordinary intelligence knows are nonsensical; but when … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From Roman Empire to the Present, part 10

History of Astronomy From Roman Empire to the Present, part 10 The fundamental principle of parallactic angles is unsound, while it is at the same time in conflict with quite a host of other astronomical theories, because the theories of … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From Roman Empire to the Present, part 9

History of Astronomy From Roman Empire to the Present, part 9 MARS Ideas that have been familiar to us from our very earliest childhood, which we have heard echoed on every hand, and seen reflected in a thousand ways, are … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From the Roman Empire to the Present, Part 8

History of Astronomy From the Roman Empire to the Present, Part 8 The “Theory of Perpendicularity” tells us that all stars are perpendicular to the centre of the earth, no matter what direction they may appear to be in as … Continue reading

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History of Astronomy From the Roman Empire to the Present, Part 7

History of Astronomy From the Roman Empire to the Present, Part 7 A GALAXY OF BLUNDERS The world of astronomy being satisfied that Encke had really found the distance of the sun, the time had come when a triangulation to … Continue reading

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