Solar Geometry

A Case for Divine Design of the Solar System

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A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM

From at least the time of Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD, man believed that the Earth was at the center of the universe.  In the 15th century, Copernicus brought us closer to the truth, moving the Sun to the center of the universe.

Galileo, Kepler and others helped to move us from our geocentric view of the universe, but at the end of the 20th century, science still expresses the planetary relationships of solar system using the "Astronomical Unit," the distance of the Earth from the Sun.

Ptolemaic universe

Solar system

Other than the fact that we inhabit the Earth, is there any logical reason to base these relationships on the third planet of the system?  Are we still geocentric, and backwards, in our thinking?

Take a new look at the solar system and see the incredible relationships that result when Mercury, the first planet, is used as the base measure for the other planets.

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