Originally posted by SunnyDee
Pretty interesting theory!
If I am understanding this, we don't orbit the sun, but follow it in a conical fashion as we spin on our axis. read the comment section.
The top commentor asks about Jupiter, and then the response.
Really throws a wrench in the current model.
And if there is validity to this "theory" as, they are all theories, then anyone here telling us they know all the answers and why, would probably
be wrong, since you are basing them on older models.
What we don't know is A LOT.
It seems like this is the model for our orbit of the sun in the A-Z original video on page one. Go to the 16 minute mark in that. Does it not show
So am I the only one that thought our planets literally revolved around our sun on a flat plain? And while I'm at it here, with the pictures we get
from stereo A and B of the sun, according to this model, they would be spinning basically perpendicular to the forward movement of the sun through the
It boggles me to understand what views we are given of the sun with our other planets in the background, when in reality we may not be seeing things
as laid out to us.
edit on 14-12-2012 by SunnyDee because: (no reason given)
Yea i felt the same, but now i see the motion in these vids it kinda makes the revolvong on the flat plane look silly, like im saying to myself "of
course, why wouldn't it"
the simple things are usually the hardest to see
blind because it was right in front of us
i feel enlightened already