Wednesday, March 2, 2016
The concave surface earth model is interesting, but those who propose it have wanted to put the entire universe inside of it. A better model of a concave earth would leave the sun, moon, planets, etc. etc. etc, on the outside, while we live inside the sphere, on its inner concave surface. But then how can we see the sun moon and stars while we are inside? Two possible scenarios: (1) light comes in thru the polar openings and is somehow spread so that we see an accurate rendition of the outside sky. (2) some kind of particles, photons, neutrinos or whatever, a kind or frequency of light flows freely thru the universe, , but when it pass thru the cortex and inner atmosphere of the earth it becomes visible, giving us an accurate rendition of what is outside the sphere we live in. Now when spaceships go into orbit they do so inside the earth, yet when they get outside they do so thru the polar holes, the ones postulated by the hollow earth theory, but for us, they will not be a way into the earth, but our way out of the Earth.... When spaceships get out of the earth, the universe they find will basically be the same as they expected, but if they look back, the earth they would be living behind will not be the one they expect. Now, orthodox science postulates that we live on the outer surface of a spherical earth. compose of different layers; and the deeper you dig into this earth, the hotter it becomes, till at a given depth, it all becomes molten lava and at the center, molten metal, yet under tremendous pressure due to gravity. They claim that this model is based on data collected thru various experiments, over centuries. So if we take this data and apply it to a concave earth where we live on the inner surface, but retain the orthodox view that outside of this sphere, the Universe is basically the same as orthodox science postulates: Then How would the Earth appears from the outside? as molten lava, or as molten metal? As a hollow glowing ball? ain't that a kind of star? Certainly bigger than the earth as orthodox science explains it, for in the orthodox view the circumference of the earth is considered the outside circumference but in this model it would be the inner surface circumference, and we don't know how thick the crust might be. Now, if the earth were to be a shining star-like planet , where we live inside of it, where then, do we place Sun? Would we be talking about a binary star system? or would the earth itself be the sun of this star system?... and the lights we see on the sky would be just reflections of the outer sky upon the inner sky? Of all the alternative cosmologies floating around there is one presented by an engineer, who can do the math to explain it, that claims that the stars are actually spheres of molten lava, and the extreme heat is not generated inside of them but on their stratosphere and projected outward. There is another theory presented by an astronomer who can also do the math to explain his theory, that says that went astronomers took on the task of determining how far are the stars, they took for granted that they were far, far away, outside the solar system. He claims that they make a mistake based on that misunderstanding and came with distances in light years away, when in reality most of the visible stars are actually only light hours away. He claims that in our solar system there is a cloud of planets, planetoids, meteorites etc, etc. etc., and many of the objects we see in the sky, when we use a telescope, are not actually stars but planets and meteorites on the outer layers of our own solar system. He goes even further and claims that our solar system if seen from far away in space, would look like a galaxy. Specifically the Milky Way Galaxy. In summary he postulates that Galaxies are in reality Solar Systems with one star in the Center, and planets, planetoids, etc. etc. etc. surrounding them. These Galaxies are not hundreds or billions of light years away, but much, much closer, perhaps in the magnitudes of light hours, not years away. Now if we combine these two models, with the Concave earth model as modified in this post, then the Earth would be a molten lava star that emits heat and light, among other quantic particles or electromagnetic frequencies toward the outside, but is habitable in the inside. Inside we can somehow see in our inner sky, a reflection or image of the universe outside. Yet , this model, as perceive from within the Earth, would be easily confuse with , almost indistinguishable, from the orthodox model, Quite hard to tell them apart: till you try to get outside.If you try, you will fail miserably time and time again, till you find the right way to do it, and then, once you do get outside, you will find the universe you expected, but as you look back, the world you leave behind, will not be a planet, but a glowing star! But once the correct route or way to get out is found, the formulas use to calculate the outgoing trajectory will be modified, and not even a scientist will notice the difference. Except that, if you look back at the right moment and under the right conditions, the planet you will be living behind will be a glowing star! Under this model the Universe might be as big as orthodox science says, but the closer galaxies will be much closer than we ever imagine, the stars would be glowing molten lava spheres, and we would be living inside the central star of the milky way solar system. The Earth and the sun would be one, at the center of the galaxy..... This model of course, is a work of creative imagination. Hope somebody with the right expertise and time, will fill in the details. Three things that need to be explained are, (1) how can we, living on the inside can see, in our inner sky a reflection of the universe outside? (2) If we are living inside a sun, which actually is an sphere of molten lava on the outside, but habitable on the inside, what then is the sun we see in our inner sky? and (3) If the outside surface of our planet/sun is molten lava, and its atmosphere gets so hot, how can space vehicles from earth are able to get outside?.... Am I debunking my own theory?, perhaps. Perhaps the outside of this sphere we live in is not that hot, perhaps the Earth is not the sun, but just a planet orbiting the sun, and a moon orbiting the earth. Perhaps all this alternatives cosmologies are just useless bull ... Who knows... Anyhow I hope you get the point. My point is that the present official cosmology is not perfect. Allegedly there are some contradictions within it. A Concave Earth cosmology may help us to explain some of them. But first we must simplify the Concave System model. Trying to fit the entire universe within the inner sky of this concave earth is just too much. Too much data and research that needs to be discarded. A universe of complexity is added to the system. All that complexity is not needed, if we want to understand and develop this Concave Cosmology, we must simplify it first and accommodate it within the cosmology we have come to understand. So we leave the Universe outside, and picture the concave earth as another cosmic body in the infinite sky. Similar to the hollow earth theory, but with the difference that we live on the inside, concave surface and not on the outside convex surface. We must also discard the Inner Sun and Inner moon as actual objects in the inner sky and envision and explain them as the reflection, on the inner sky, of the outside universe. The combination with various alternative cosmologies, has the effect of turning the Concave Earth into a Sun and center of an entire galaxy, albeit much smaller than the galaxies postulated by orthodox science. An infinite universe without black holes or relativity... but with distances between galaxies that can be travel by human means, within human lifespans. A cosmology that makes the Star Trek, Star Wars and BattleStar Galactica worlds possible. After all orthodox science seems to have close all the doors for our imagination to expand in a way that we can understand and envision. The Cosmos we live in have become alien and incomprehensible. At variance with what our religious inner self have accepted as truth. These new alternatives cosmologies seek to fill that void. To describe the world in a way that we can understand and relate to. In a way where our imagination once again can fly without living God, our faith and theology, behind.