Cosmological Evidence Shows Central and Non-Moving Earth

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Scientific Paper
Title Cosmological Evidence Shows Central and Non-Moving Earth
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Author(s) Robert A Sungenis
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Published 2011
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 8
No. of pages 10
Pages 594-604

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Abstract

Using the simplest interpretation of the current cosmological evidence concerning galactic redshift; the isotropy of the CMB; gamma-ray and X-ray bursts; and quasar distribution, as provided by the 2005 Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the 2001 Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and other such studies, show that the Earth is in the center of the universe and that alternative interpretations advancing homogeneity and the LCDM universe (e.g., ?the center is everywhere and nowhere due to an expanding universe?) are contradicted by the di- quad- and octu-pole outcomes of the CMB; the large void area at the observation point; and the consistent concentric and quantized z-factor of the redshift around the observation point. Further evidence from the Michelson-Morley and Sagnac- type experiments from 1881 through 1932, as well as post-1932 maser and laser interferometry, including the Sagnac-based pre-programming for the Global Positioning Satellites, show that some type of ponderable ether exists, which is in principle agreement with Quantum Mechanics but opposed to Special Relativity. It is postulated that interpretations of the historic interferometer experiments that were said to yield a ?null? result were simply the victim of presuming, without proof, that the Earth was translating at 30km/sec around the sun, which leads us to the inevitable conclusion that Special Relativity was invented precisely to avoid having to answer the Michelson-Morley experiment by recourse to a motionless Earth. In actuality, none of the interferometer experiments showed a ?null? result, and as such they give convincing evidence of an ether drift that can be easily accounted for within the orthogonal margin of an ether-universe rotating around a non-rotating and non-translating Earth.