The new TYCHOS FORUM is up and running !

Simon Shack's (Tycho Brahe-inspired) geoaxial binary system. Discuss the book and website for the most accurate configuration of our solar system ever devised - which soundly puts to rest the geometrically impossible Copernican-Keplerian model.
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The new TYCHOS FORUM is up and running !

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The new TYCHOS FORUM is up and running !

Dear cosmically-inclined Cluesforum members & readers,

This is to announce the launch of a new little forum exclusively dedicated to the TYCHOS model.

https://forum.tychos.space/

First off, I'd like to warmly thank my new Swedish friend, IT expert and collaborator Timo for setting it up. Thanks, Timo!

The reason for having a separate forum exclusively dedicated to the TYCHOS model should be obvious to all Cluesforum members and readers: most people (interested in astronomy) are probably not so keen to register here at CF - due to its many controversial contents. This is, of course, a rather unfortunate thing - but that's just the way it is: "science-minded" and "highly-educated" folks with "academic credentials" can often be dreadfully close-minded, since they've been heavily indoctrinated ever since birth with the "established scientific knowledge" that reigns (mostly unchallenged) upon this planet today.

Hopefully though, this new TYCHOS forum will attract at least some of the more open-minded folks interested in astronomy. Let's see how it goes! :)

Needless to say, the TYCHOS model is here to stay.

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P.S. : Please know that registering at https://forum.tychos.space/ is as simple as it can get: just click on "SIGN UP", fill in the form - and you'll instantly become a member of the most world-shaking discussion forum currently available on planet Earth! -_-
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simonshack wrote: Thu Jul 28, 2022 7:29 pmThe reason for having a separate forum exclusively dedicated to the TYCHOS model should be obvious to all Cluesforum members and readers: most people (interested in astronomy) are probably not so keen to register here at CF - due to its many controversial contents. This is, of course, a rather unfortunate thing - but that's just the way it is...
Yes, that´s the way it is.

My guess is it is everybody´s experience: if you want to awaken a friend to a media lie or the need for historical revision, it may be necessary to temporarily keep the topic separate from the rest of the tissue of lies that make up the world of pseudo-mythology we were born into. In fact, the moment may never come when you feel your friend is ready to dive into Cluesworld, alone and unassisted.

But, alas, everything is connected to everything...

A member of the new Tychos forum wrote:
For the moment, I’m pondering on the stars’ relation to the planets in the night sky and if it would be possible to map them using images from e.g Juno, or any other satellite that is not in close proximity to Earth and if this could yield anything useful in terms of proof to the model.
Not a bad idea, except ...
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Re: The new TYCHOS FORUM is up and running !

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Indeed Flabbergasted. Instead of actual science overthrowing pseudoscience, it's been the exact opposite since the heliocentric model gained acceptance. Actual physics, logic and geometry have been overturned by Quantum physics and "uncertainty principles". The scientific method - you can only claim what you can forensically prove, have given way to epidemiology and "scientific consensus".
And during the 20th century blatant media lies about space travel have been concocted to uphold heliocentrism. Indeed it's all connected and it's no coincidence imho that Stanley Kubricks and Arthur C Clarkes movie "2001 a Space Odyssey" that premiered one year before the alleged Moon Landing had the working title - "How the Solar system was won".
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