I simply LOVE
that mug, dear Flabbergasted! That's
my cup of tea
Well, I guess it's about time that I touch base here, folks. As you may know, I'm currently in the USA with Hoi - and we're having the greatest of times while doing our best - out of our microscopic budget - to diffuse the "macroscopic" TYCHOS model. Of course, there's only so much we can do - but I'll have to say that the very first "public outing" of the TYCHOS (at the ALCON 2018 Astronomy Convention
) went incredibly well - and certainly beyond my expectations. To be honest, I didn't even expect our application (for a small exhibitor booth) to be even accepted !... Nor did I expect such a flow of positive vibes as we got from the visitors of the convention. Nevertheless, there we were (Hoi, Kham and I), among about 400 attendees over the four days of the meeting (most of whom amateur astronomers) - and we had a great many folks stopping by*, submitting pertinent questions and marveling at the majestic Tychosium 3D which we had running non-stop on a screen (oh how I wish Patrik had been with us - the "T-Team" would have been complete!). There it was, swirling in front of their eyes: the only existing model featuring our solar system's bodies moving around uniform circular orbits at constant speeds
(just as had been pursued for millennia by virtually all
astronomers of this planet - until Kepler came around and sold us his "mathemagical" ellipses!...)
My ol' friend Andrea in Italy (Andrea is also one of my two Social Service band's guitarists) got so excited by it all that he made a Facebook page for it : https://www.facebook.com/The-Tychos-631 ... ?ref=br_rs
I'd like to say that I feel extremely lucky to have three amazing individuals (Hoi, Patrik and Kham) helping me out with the TYCHOS. Without them, it would certainly have been a lonesome affair for me to try and diffuse it to this planet's many inhabitants - all on my own...
In short - and perhaps needless to say - all I can say right now is that I'm as happy as I've ever been in my whole life. I am now confident that the TYCHOS is the correct geometric configuration of our cosmos - and that only time will tell if I'm wrong or right about it all. In any case, my latest finding (which accounts in the simplest imaginable way for the observed precession of our Southern and Northern pole stars) has corroborated the TYCHOS model to such an extent that it has become a virtually unassailable one - at least from a geometric standpoint. Having said that, I certainly welcome all and sundry to disprove it - by all means, give it a go ! Remember though : you'll first have to explain the absurdities of the heliocentric / CoperniKeplerian model - as exposed in my Tychos book.
Hoi and I are now looking forward for other assorted "astronomical" meetings, radio shows and Tychos presentations around this large patch of landmass called America. Wish us luck - coz' we'll sure need it! My hope is that, by meeting real, flesh & blood people face-to-face, we may make some good headway. So far, around the net, I've only seen a bunch of vapid dismissals of the Tychos model - by anonymous entities who clearly haven't looked into it - at all. No surprise there though: I happen to have seen it all before...
*Nine of the twelve physical copies of the Tychos book we'd ordered for the occasion were sold, which ain't bad... (btw, here's where you can purchase one, dear Cluesforum readers - it's money well spent, trust me!) : http://www.lulu.com/shop/http://www.lul ... 37607.html