We can deduce this from 65 million light years away!

Does anyone else think they’re just making it up as they go along? ]]>

“Do not let your hearts be troubled. You trust in God, trust also in me.

In my Father’s house there are many places to live in; otherwise I would have told you. I am going now to prepare a place for you,

and after I have gone and prepared you a place, I shall return to take you to myself, so that you may be with me where I am.”

Brilliant. ]]>

As the article above quite rightly states “dark matter” is inferred and has never been observed. It is a fictitious nonsense contrived by believers to support massive anomalies in both Newtons and Einstein’s theories about gravity. Astronomical observations don’t fit either theories but rather than revise or discard them, believers create another fictitious nonsense to prop up their delusions.

In fact, gravity itself is just a theory. It has never been proven by any experimental evidence. Einstein’s bending of space/time continuum must go down as one of the greatest philosophical deceptions of all time. Space is the absence of an object and time is a concept that exists only in our minds.

“Today’s scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality” – Nicola Tesla ]]>

There is no such thing as Kepler’s laws and especially not his relationship between the time it takes a planet to orbit the Sun with its distance which at first glance looks complicated and perhaps intimidating for those who see it for the first time -

“The proportion existing between the periodic times of any two planets

is exactly the sesquiplicate proportion of the mean distances of the

orbits, or as generally given,the squares of the periodic times are

proportional to the cubes of the mean distances.” Kepler

When he expands this statement it all becomes fairly clear that it is a fairly loose correlation where the orbits are averaged -

“But it is absolutely certain and exact that the ratio which exists

between the periodic times of any two planets is precisely the ratio

of the 3/2th power of the mean distances, i.e., of the spheres

themselves; provided, however, that the arithmetic mean between both

diameters of the elliptic orbit be slightly less than the longer

diameter. And so if any one take the period, say, of the Earth, which

is one year, and the period of Saturn, which is thirty years, and

extract the cube roots of this ratio and then square the ensuing ratio

by squaring the cube roots, he will have as his numerical products the

most just ratio of the distances of the Earth and Saturn from the sun.

1 For the cube root of 1 is 1, and the square of it is 1; and the cube

root of 30 is greater than 3, and therefore the square of it is

greater than 9. And Saturn, at its mean distance from the sun, is

slightly higher than nine times the mean distance of the Earth from

the sun.” Kepler

All Kepler is doing is comparing orbits with time periods and not explaining the traits of orbital motion but when Newton got hold of it he basically mangled the insight to make it appear that it refers to an individual orbit of a planet.

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