Axial rotation describes a point on the edge of a plane that moves at right angles to its centre in a way that will cause it to first approach, then recede from any given direction. In other words, if you place a marker on a wheel standing on the ground, that marker will first travel […]Read More “The moon rotates on its axis” Oh, no it doesn’t!
Everything is consciousness/aware. But not everything is aware that it is conscious, or so it would seem by the response mechanism of the subject. Whereas we humans can choose to act on the input data we receive, other forms of consciousness seem to merely respond to their environment. This process of identification is developed through […]Read More Identity creates “Self Consciousness”
Data used for calculating moons distance from earth: Earths dimensions: Wikipedia Moons rise/set times – Time and Date Moons location above earth: Sub Solar/Lunar Point The diagram above shows the minimum distance for an object to be seen by half the planet simultaneously. Any farther, then like the sun, half the planet […]Read More The moons distance revisited
Our Sun really is the physical aspect of our Heavenly Father. Without our sun there could be no life as we know it. Granted, our description of life is limited and paradoxical. Without our sun we could not have the sense of time that we experience that gives us an interpretation of the physical world […]Read More The Sun, our Great Father
All astronomical measurement is only possible using predictable cycles of motion. A ‘Day’ is one turn of the Earth on its axis. A ‘Year’ is one cycle of the Earth round the Sun. There is also the moon’s cycle of 27.32 days, and Precession of the Equinoxes, which I will discuss later. Our measure of […]Read More The God Equation