Ciao Nonho,nonhocapito wrote: Is there in any of the chapters a tentative explanation as to why the sun-mars binary system would follow the earth?
Good to see you back - and in your usual 'critical' form - on this forum.
Now, let me just state the following 'general sentiment' of mine (not specifically directed at you, dear Nonho!). Don't get me wrong : I am really happy to reply to everyone's questions regarding the TYCHOS model - and will forever enjoy doing so (well, being a mere mortal, perhaps not "forever"!...). However, please consider that I have spent five years of my life working at this - and have just released my book which lays out and illustrates - as clearly as possible - my entire half-decade-long research. So I don't think it would be too much too ask if anyone submitting questions here at this forum will be so kind to first read my (full) book. Thanks!
As for your question, Nonho:
Firstly, the Sun-Mars binary system does not "follow" Earth. It revolves around Earth which, for reasons that need further study, appears to have been "captured in the middle of the Sun-Mars dance floor". I understand that - as indeed seems to be the case - most people's first reaction to this will be of the "Newtonian" kind, so to speak: "Wot? How can such a Huge Thing like the Sun orbit around teeny-weeny Earth?" My answer to this would be: I don't know. Yet, the beauty and wisdom (pardon the pompous expression) of the TYCHOS thesis, in my honest opinion, is that it doesn't pretend to provide a "TOE" (Theory Of Everything) - or to formulate some fantastic / universal "Laws of Physics" (such as those that some infamous luminaries have tried, in the past, to pass off as "scientific"). It only demonstrates, through logical and empirically-supported processes, the only possible geometric layout of our surrounding cosmos. By eliminating the impossible (such as the Copernican / Keplerian / and flat earth theories ), I think we can make progress as an intelligent human species and, at the same time, combat the ignorance in which the self-anointed "elite" of this world wishes us all (the common people) to linger. If this doesn't seem to be a worthwhile endeavor to you, dear Nonho, I don't know what to say - but I'll keep hoping that your surly and morose outlook on certain things will, in time, evolve into something more propitious. As I see it, life is good - and we can all make it better, given due intellectual efforts.
Lastly, to address the question of scope & opportunity of discussing astronomical topics on Cluesforum (which has dealt, for almost a decade now, with the many lies, phony science & fakeries infesting our world), I'd humbly say that the TYCHOS is the last nail in the coffin for the NASA fakers & co. I'm sorry to see that this fact is lost on you, Nonho. Cheer up and celebrate, my friend !