There’s no proof of heliocentricity. No only that, but assuming that such proof exists is itself proof that you don’t understand the issue. Heliocentric is a frame of reference.
Here’s the list of articles which have been presented as proof of heliocentricity. None of them are, but this is a fabulous resource and we’re grateful to all members of the @Twitter community who contributed. By analyzing each article we’ve compiled a list of the purported proofs of heliocentricity. Most articles are a hodgepodge of a few of these purported proofs. As such it’s possible to calculate a score for how well each article makes the case for heliocentricity. None of them do.
Our challenge to the @Twitter community to prove heliocentricity has stood since December 25, 2015
Sophomoric Science Reporting
Top of the list is the Wired.com defense of heliocentricity. It’s obvious that the author didn’t understand the subject matter and was writing it as an assignment.
This one came around again today, April 26, 2020.
There’s one born every minute…
Title – Title of the article and link to the rebuttal.
Proofs – How many purported proofs of heliocentricity are in the article.
Max – The total purported proofs of heliocentricity.
% – the % of the total proofs presented in each article.
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