The Radius of an Orbit found from the Radius of the Orbiter. This only applies to orbiters having axial rotation. An experiment: A bicycle with wheels of 10″ radius cycles round a velodrome and completes the course in 740 turns. This makes the radius of the velodrome track 10″ x 740 = 7400″ (or 616.6 […]Read More Is this magic?
The length of a degree is in a ratio to the radius of a circle. (The centre of the circle is the eye! The viewing device). Whatever length of unit is used to define one, equally dictates the other. Earths radius of 3963 miles produces a degree length of 24887.64 ÷ 360 = 69.13 miles. […]Read More A formula for finding the length of a degree.
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
Free will implies the ability to manifest reality. If this is a fact, then reality is an abstract construct. We imagine the laws, rules, and above all patterns. We construct reality from our awareness of cycles. Repetition, to be observed, requires the ability to separate foreground from background. To do this we have to imagine […]Read More Choosing Reality
DATA: Earth’s circumference is 24887.64 miles( 40044.2 km) 24887.64 x 365.25 cycles= 90900210 miles The radius of this circle is 1447485.7miles, the distance to the sun The sun appears to be 0.5degrees The length of the circle divided by 720(360×2) will give the real diameter of the sun 90900210/ 720 =12625miles( 20313.6 km) You may […]Read More Distance to the Sun