The Galactocentric Model.

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  1. Aaron

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    How many threads are we going to see on the same topic? Will I ever be able to wake up, make breakfast and check out the BaptistBoard without seeing three or more Aaron/Geocentricity threads populating New Posts? All this, and more, on today's episode of Unsolved Mysteries.

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    Seriously, why start another thread when you already have the Adam's Telescope and the Behind the Times threads still running?
     
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    If you don't like your assumptions challenged, don't visit the threads. I'm just posting what scientists are saying.
     
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    But, maybe you'd prefer Christ's cosmology: for [your Father] maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.
     
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    Weren't they being challenged in the other two threads which dwelt with the same exact topic?
     
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    Back on topic:

    The creation of stars on Day 4
    Looking at Fig. 2, drawn according to the ASC, you see the explosion events (on the edge of their light-cone, (1)) are always seen as occurring “Now” simultaneously with when they happen. These are the same events (1) as shown in Fig. 1, drawn according to the ESC. That means all stars and galaxies when created on Day 4 would have been seen on Earth on Day 4.

    Now let’s translate the creation of the stars and galaxies on Day 4 of Creation week into the language of the ESC light-cone. For all to be seen on Day 4, all must have been created, starting from the most distant, in concentric shells, centred on Earth, in a sequence of time (under the ESC) such that the leading edge of the newly created stars was travelling inward at the two-way speed of light, c. This way all galaxies would have been visible (if there was sufficient light and, hypothetically, someone there to observe them) for the first time on Day 4, only about six thousand years ago, as measured by Earth clocks, which started ticking at the beginning of Creation Day 1.

    https://biblescienceforum.com/2015/01/15/a-biblical-creationist-cosmogony/#more-3199
     

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