Category Archives: Credibility

Top Geocentrist Fails Pioneer Challenge

Those who have not spent much time critically reading the works of Robert Sungenis on strict Geocentrism may be unaware of how often he resorts to debater’s tricks when responding to his opponents.  One of his favorites is misdirection.  In … Continue reading

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Geocentrism and Stellar Aberration: Illuminating the Earth’s Motion

by Dr. Alec MacAndrew and David Palm The observation of aberration of starlight is a powerful piece of evidence in favor of the motion of the Earth. It represents objective evidence that the geocentrists are wrong. Aberration admits of a … Continue reading

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Paranoid Much? The “Principled” Response to Flat Earth Geocentrism

Ball Earth geocentrists like Robert Sungenis and Rick DeLano have been flummoxed by the tremendous surge of interest in Flat Earth geocentrism over the past few years.  As I wrote in “Growing by Leaps and Bounds?”, popularity of Flat Earth … Continue reading

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