Celestial bodies orbits

About the sun, the moon, and the planets I have already said in this article: http://earthmeasured.com/trajectory-planets-flat-earth/. With this article, I want to review some aspect I have, up to now, explored by giving them a new, more organized, description. You know from before that the sun runs a trajectory that can be sketched in a simplified way as a helix that has a cone shape with the bigger circle over the Capricorn tropic and the[…]

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Moon self-luminescence

Luminescence in the full moon night is magic. However, delving into the statues of the moon over the flat earth has not been easy. So, in the course of time, we have just understood something basilar. The moon moves on a cone very similar to that of the sun, only a little lower. This cone is run in a spiral from tropic to tropic within less than 14 days. The sidereal cycle of the moon, […]

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The flat earth universe is not expanding

In  1929 an American astronomer, Edwin Hubble(1889-1953), announced that almost all galaxies seem to step far away. He posited that the universe is expanding and that galaxies are departing one from the other. Hubble could postulate this phenomenon after examining the redshift of the radiation emitted from the galaxies. The redshift is due to the Doppler Effect. According to this event, a light wave coming from a moving object, that is departing from the observer,[…]

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Analemma of the Sun and the Klein Bottle non Orientable Surface

Analemma and Klein flӓsche have possibly something in common. Let’s explain. As I’ve sometimes suggested on the pages of this blog, the moon keeps on moving inside a nonorientable Mӧbius strip. This is a surface able to give the reason for the lunar phases. When the lunar disc keeps on running a full lap around its Mӧbius belt,  it will turn out, in the end, to be moving on the opposite side of the strip[…]

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