Eclipse Correction...

In __The Earth Is Not Moving__ (pp.207-214) there is a piece
entitled "Eclipses" wherein I attempted to show that the direction of the moon’s
shadow on the earth during a solar eclipse would be different in the
heliocentric model from what it actually is, thereby revealing a classic flaw in
the heliocentricity model.

Alas, it turns out that the direction is the same in both the geocentric and the heliocentric models, and I regret that error.

__There is still an upside for Biblical
Geocentrism in this
particular phenomena, however__. Consider
the incredibly precise information about the location, direction, speed,
expiration, etc., of these eclipse shadows that calculations *based on a fixed
earth had provided throughout all history
*
*
before the Copernican Model was
widely accepted. *But even more
interesting--as our encyclopedias tell us--precise
calculations regarding eclipse shadow movements __that are still relied upon
today__ are based upon a non-moving earth!
This is quite astonishing, is it not? Here we have
this singular example of indisputable mathematical precision--unfailingly
certified with every solar eclipse--being based on a stationary earth which, of
course, is universally declared to be non-existent and anathema to modern
science!

Those who would say that there are mathematics based on a moving
earth that give the same results are talking nonsense. Whatever different math
symbols are used to fit a moving earth
must ultimately be the same as the
non-moving earth math __ or the predictions would fail.__ Only one set
of calculations can be the right one; any other would be

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