So-called "scientists" who propound the hoax of heliocentrism have been at each other's throats this week as their so-called "theory" falls apart. Heliocentrism is the idea that Earth and all other planets were formed at some point in history and circle around the Sun. How shaky is this "solar system" theory? Well, the experts don't even know how many planets there are:
In the hope of ending years of wrangling, a committee of astronomers and historians has proposed a new definition of the word “planet” that would expand at a stroke the family of planets from 9 to 12 and leave textbooks and charts in thousands of classrooms out of date.
But astronomers immediately began to wrangle about it.
“It’s a mess,” said Michael E. Brown of the California Institute of Technology.
So it was no surprise that as word of the decision leaked out yesterday, reaction from astronomers suggested that the argument was far from over.
“This will be the talk of the town in Prague,” said Alan P. Boss, a planetary theorist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, who said the new definition, with four paragraphs and four footnotes, read as if it had been written by lawyers, not scientists. “I don’t think this is the one were looking for.”
(Emphasis mine.) Even the so-called "scientists" admit their own theories are contradictory nonsense. First, their theories change from day to day -- in fact, the idea of a sun-centered solar system didn't even arise until the year 1540. Second, they can't even agree on the details of their own theory -- some say there are 8 planets, some 12, some say as many as 53! Third, their theories are formed by committee, not derived (as they would have you believe) from some absolute external truth.
Compare that with the Bible, which tells us that Earth was created on the first day, and the Sun was created on the fourth day. (What did Earth circle around the first three days, Professor Smartypants?) The Bible is constant and unchanging, it is a single source of truth, and it was given to us by God not by some committee vote. Here's an experiment for you four-eyes: get your nose out of the telescope and look up in the sky. Then tell me the Sun doesn't go around the Earth.
We've already been through all this once with the "theory" of evolution. That so-called "fact" is always being revised, re-written, re-thought -- some idea of truth! Every day someone discovers some new observation that expands or refines the idea of evolution. How many times do they have to re-write it before they realize they are just wrong? No wonder fewer Americans believe in evolution than people in any of 31 other developed countries do. It's just good sense.
Hopefully, at last, we can start writing the textbook stickers that say, "Heliocentrism is a theory not a fact."