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THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
We've been taught early as children in school, that the earth spins on it's axis as we go around the sun. Science has taught us that we are spinning at 1,000 mph on our axis. Our axis is 23.4 degrees off a perfect 90 degree angle from the sun. We are traveling in a circle around the sun at 18.5 miles per second and it takes 365 1/4rth days to do that. Meanwhile, our solar system is racing around the galaxy at 514,000 mph and our galaxy is flying towards the Andromeda galaxy at 35 miles per second.
They've also, somehow, been able to measure the size of the earth and sun and how far away it is with 14th century math/thinking and I can't find where anyone has checked that math since then with a good old for-real science experiment. They just said, "OK, it's already been determined".
What visual proof of the earth spinning have you ever seen? Any at all? Have you seen the clouds going by at 1,000 miles per hour because of the spin of the earth at 1,000 mph so that it makes 1 revolution in 24 hours (being 25,000 miles around)? Hmmm...no. I do disclude NASA, because the very first "video" of earth spinning in space for 24 hours, shows the exact same cloud pattern, without any clouds forming or deforming. This is a fake. If it were true, why fake it, ever? But that's another story.
What about the proof that when a helicopter takes off and wants to go Westward, it can hover over the same spot it took off from for 1 hour and then land and it will be 1,000 miles away from where it took off from because of the spin of the earth Westward to Eastward? What, that doesn't happen either? Gosh, so where is this proof? That the sun "seems to" rise and set? Wouldn't it look exactly the same if the sun went AROUND the earth every 24 hours? Yes, it would. So how could we prove that the earth isn't moving, but that the sun is?
During the summer months in the Arctic Circle, the sun can be seen for up to 60 days at a time where the sun never sets below the horizon. This is called the midnight sun. What is seen in the below video, is a camera following the sun in a 24 hour day. You see the sun move all the way around the horizon in a 360 circle. It almost sets, but never does. The video maker did let the sun go up out of frame, but you can tell it's still there. This is not the part that anyone disputes, that there is a midnight sun in the Arctic Circle each year. See video below and how the sun behaves in a 24 hour period in the Arctic Circle during a midnight sun "day":
Now, I have made a video showing that the earth doesn't spin. It's a little cheap experiment that anyone can do in their own home or even out in public. It's simple science that you can actually see for yourself. Not some scientist with an agenda spouting the things that he's been told. See my vido below:
So the DIFFERENCE between the 2 videos is what my deal is. The first video taken within the Arctic Circle, shows the sun going in a 360 degree circle around the horizon and observer. This path of the sun is ONLY possible, if the sun is going AROUND the earth! The proof of the difference is in the 2nd video (mine) that shows what the sun would REALLY look like if the earth was spinning (as evidenced by taking 1 picture every 3 hours around the tape circle) and pointing at the sun for each picture. The sun doesn't appear to go AROUND the earth (as I clicked the camera in a circle equalling spining in the Arctic Circle during the midnight sun), the sun sits still in the sky! Yet the real midnight sun video shows THE SUN moving around the observer's entire horizon line for 360 degrees! This can only happen if the observer is sitting still on earth and the SUN is making the trip around him (the earth that he's on).
Yes! I know. It doesn't seem possible, but there is the simple proof right in front of you. You can even do this little experiment in your own home.
Get a camera/camera phone.
Tape a ball to the wall (your "sun").
Mark spots on the floor at the 6am position, 9am, noon - closest position to the sun/ball, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm, midnight, and 3am. (your points on a 24 hour clock). You can make the circle as big as you want, it doesn't even matter if it's as big as the earth, which you are mimicking.
Point your camera at your sun and take 1 picture at each position, starting at 6am or you can just film towards the "sun" in video mode and move in a counter clockwise manner around your circle, which represents the earth and it's so-called spin to the East, making 1 full circle in 24 hours.
When you're done, you can either splice all the pictures in order that you took them and watch that, or watch the video that you made.
At any time, did the sun seem to go around you in a 360 degree circle (showing the whole room you're in like the whole horizon was shown in the midnight sun video? Or did it sit pretty much in the same spot? Why doesn't your sun go around you as the Arctic Circle video above from Youtube? Because you've set up the experiment as a spinning earth viewing a still sun. Since the real life video doesn't match the experiement, you must conclude that the sun HAS TO MOVE around the earth in order for the real Arctic Circle video to be mimicked. You can only mimic the real video by standing still and have someone walk the paper "sun" around YOU!
Here is the Youtube link directly to the video: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL - VIDEO PROOF OF A NON-SPINNING EARTH.
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