Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Galileo Was Wrong, Vol. I Finally Released!


Robert Sungenis, Ph. D., and Robert Bennett, Ph. D. have just released Galileo Was Wrong, Vol. I (the Scientific Evidence). This book demonstrates through history, philosophy, and mainly through science itself that modern science has not demonstrated that the earth moves or is not in the center of the universe. It demonstrates that in fact observation after observation and experiment after experiment indicate that the earth does not move and is in the center of the universe. Scientist after scientist admit candidly that "it appears that the earth is standing still" or that " we appear to have a priviliged position" (i.e., are at center). Of course science offers complicated explanations as to why every observation indicates that we are at the center and not moving, yet somehow actually we are not at center and are moving. By studying the history of the observations and experiments the authors clearly show that the observations and experimental results, when they present themselves, are rejected out of hand by the scientists, without even considering one of the simplest explanations- THE EARTH IS AT CENTER AND IS NOT MOVING. Rather science becomes more complicated to reconcile the observations with the undemonstrated assertion that the earth is moving and not in the center. Now we must accept that the universe is a 4-dimensional hypercube or donut (in order to escape the possibility that we are at center) and that objects (and clocks) shrink in the direction of travel (to escape the interferometric evidence that we are not circling the sun at 30 km/second), etc.

This book will change the reader's view on what is reality and what is not.

Obtain your copy and get free sample pages (including the entire introduction) at www.Geocentrism.com.

11 Comments:

Blogger Occasional Commentator said...

This is hilarious. It's basically trying to rubbish Einstein's theory of relativity. The last couple of lines give the game away.

Einstein's theory was forced upon us by observations such as the famous Michelson and Morley experiment. There have been countless tests of Einstein's theories and they have always stood. Every alternative theory has been falsified by numerous experiments.

The fact is that every experiment gives us no option but to believe that every point in the universe will seem to be the centre of the universe, that's the whole point of the theory.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006  
Blogger Mark Wyatt said...

Read the book.

Mark

Wednesday, September 06, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The book has not changed my point of view, nor will it ever.

Scientists offer complicated explanations indeed. It's called rational science and is based on intelligence instead of ancient tales.

Even if scientist have no solid prove ,that does not make them wrong.
The bible gives no rational prove, and still people believe the stories.

Besides geocentrism, what I was wondering is:
You can interpretate most of the bible literally because it's said to be writen by God (via some people), but why is that a reason to believe everything in it? The ways of God are a mistery after all. Maybe sending a book of lies was somehow part of His masterplan.


I don't think it's bad to believe something, but people, please keep thinking. Never let another person or institute do the thinking for you, it will keep you underdeveloped (and a few centuries behind).

Wednesday, June 06, 2007  
Anonymous Anathema sit said...

As a Catholic I feel completely ashamed to find that somebody (who considers himself Catholic!) is trying to relate geocentrism to "Catholic" and "truths".

Shame on you, snake of deceit!

Friday, August 24, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do hope that the other commentators have read the book. I myself have not read the book yet -- only sample pages. However, I have read other works on geocentricism, and what I have read is compelling -- enough so that I was a bit embarrassed for at least not giving the arguement a hearing. I, too, would have blown the matter off, if I hadn't taken the time to review the data. Quite honestly, as a Christian I found that any support of such an "archaic" notion was emabarrassing to the Faithful. Pity. What if it's true? Is that such a bad thing? It would answer many questions. One more note: some of the geocentric explanations of the "firmament" are most interesting. Anyway, an old adage to consider -- don't judge a book by its cover.

Monday, October 29, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am feel ashamed for the authors. I feel sorry for those who would buy into such deceit. Why not publish writings that prove the earth is flat? That would be no less abhorrent.

Wednesday, January 02, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the most obvious evidence that the earth moves through space is that our solar system resides on the arm of a spiral galaxy, which is one of many other spiral galaxies, all of which rotate around their centers. Are we honestly expected to believe that the Milky Way is unique in that its center of rotation, unlike any other spiral galaxy, is on one of its arms?

The sad truth is that were it not for the Bible's geocentric language, there would be no reason whatsoever for any scientist to dispute heliocentrism. If religion is the only thing standing in the way of scientific progress, then religion needs to get out of the way.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is a load of bullshit of course the universe doesnt revolve around the earth what the heck, go aitheists

Monday, March 16, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm catholic and also an engineer like you, and a doctoral candidate in philosophy. I just wanted to say that:
1. you don't need to believe that the Earth is right at the center of the universe to have a strong faith in God
2. if science proves that it is not -and I think it does-, that doesn't mean that the Earth is a very special place in which God has intervened in a very particular way
3. finally, though I'm nobody, I invite you to reconsider your position
AMN

Wednesday, June 24, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

in the last comment I made a mistake in number 2. I wanted to say:
2. if science proves that it is not -and I think it does-, that doesn't mean that the Earth isn't a very special place in which God has intervened in a very particular way

Wednesday, June 24, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Readers, please be aware that this article in no way follows teachings of the Catholic Church. This is the opinion of two educated and Catholic individuals, but to reflect their beliefs back on to the Church as though this is what all Catholics believe is uneducated indeed. In short, this is not an argument between Catholics and atheists. This is the scientific theories of two men versus other scientific theories. Anyone wishing to look in to Catholicism's beliefs on the relationship between faith and reason should gather their information from the Catechism of the Catholic Church instead of hearsay, which is never sufficient if one wishes to reach an educated conclusion.

Sunday, January 24, 2010  

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