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Ep 154 – The TYCHOS model of our geoaxial binary solar system Living Outside the Matrix

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This is BIG news. An astronomy researcher in Italy, Simon Shack, has found the missing link in a model of the Solar System created by the most famous astronomer you have never heard of – Tycho Brahe. The Tychos model completely disproves the heliocentric (or Copernican) model that we have all been brought up with.

Most people do not know abut the numerous ‘anomalies’ with the heliocentric model. They are the evidence that the heliocentric model simply doesn’t explain the empirical evidence – what we see when we look up at the stars. Astronomers know about them and they are widely acknowledged. Yet even so, mainstream astronomy remains deaf to this exciting news. But don’t be put off by those classic logical fallacies, just because everyone else doesn’t yet accept this, and just because it is not the official explanation does NOT undermine its logical credentials. Suspend judgement until you have looked at the facts. THEN decide for yourself.



Aside from being the BIGGEST breakthrough in hundreds of years  in the understanding of our solar system and our Universe, I also like to consider this issue as the perfect test for one’s ability to think logically. Because when you take a dispassionate look at all the facts, when you grasp that all of the observed data (from centuries of painstaking collection by hundreds of renowned astronomers) fits into (and is accommodated by) this model, without any contradictions, inventive theorizing or fudging, it is difficult not to accept this as the most accurate model of the way our solar system actually moves around us.

The Tychos Model

Tycho Brahe was a celebrated Danish nobleman and astronomer who developed what was the most widely accepted model of the solar system for at least a century. His assistant, Johannes Kepler, came up with the idea of elliptical orbits to fudge Brahe’s data to ‘fit’ the Copernican/heliocentric model shortly after Tycho Brahe untimely death in suspicious circumstances in 1601. There is a lot of evidence in the historical record that undermines Kepler’s character and raises serious suspicion over his motives and his commitment to scientific method.

Simon Shack’s achievement has been  to fit the final piece into the puzzle. He has integrated many of the anomalous observations of the heliocentric model and inferred the Earths own orbit which takes 25344 years.  In doing so, all of the anomalies of the heliocentric model disappear and a perfect model that explains everything we actually see emerges. This is massive news!

If you think about it, its possible to deduce one’s own motion by observing the relative motion of things around us – the parallax. We do this all the time from car, train and plane windows. In the same way astronomers can observe the various and numerous instances of parallax between Earth and all the other celestial bodies, as well as a host of other observational data, and then infer Earth’s motion. The problem is that when we try to reconcile the vast body of collected observed data it doesn’t fit with the heliocentric model, in spite of all the assertions that it has been incontrovertibly proven. All sorts of ludicrous inventions have had to be invoked to ‘explain away’ the many things that don’t fit. But daring to think outside the box, Simon Shack hypothesised that the earth itself is moving around its own orbit. By making some basic calculations and then integrating this idea into Tycho Brahe’s geocentric binary model of the solar system, Simon was able to refine his calculations to the point where everything fits! The earths (PVP) orbit takes 25,344 years to complete and explains the precession of the equinoxes and host of other observed phenomena. It is the missing piece of the puzzle that has eluded astronomers for centuries!

This is BIG news. An astronomy researcher in Italy, Simon Shack, has found the missing link in a model of the Solar System created by the most famous astronomer you have never heard of – Tycho Brahe. The Tychos model completely disproves the heliocentric (or Copernican) model that we have all been brought up with.

Most people do not know abut the numerous ‘anomalies’ with the heliocentric model. They are the evidence that the heliocentric model simply doesn’t explain the empirical evidence – what we see when we look up at the stars. Astronomers know about them and they are widely acknowledged. Yet even so, mainstream astronomy remains deaf to this exciting news. But don’t be put off by those classic logical fallacies, just because everyone else doesn’t yet accept this, and just because it is not the official explanation does NOT undermine its logical credentials. Suspend judgement until you have looked at the facts. THEN decide for yourself.



Aside from being the BIGGEST breakthrough in hundreds of years  in the understanding of our solar system and our Universe, I also like to consider this issue as the perfect test for one’s ability to think logically. Because when you take a dispassionate look at all the facts, when you grasp that all of the observed data (from centuries of painstaking collection by hundreds of renowned astronomers) fits into (and is accommodated by) this model, without any contradictions, inventive theorizing or fudging, it is difficult not to accept this as the most accurate model of the way our solar system actually moves around us.

The Tychos Model

Tycho Brahe was a celebrated Danish nobleman and astronomer who developed what was the most widely accepted model of the solar system for at least a century. His assistant, Johannes Kepler, came up with the idea of elliptical orbits to fudge Brahe’s data to ‘fit’ the Copernican/heliocentric model shortly after Tycho Brahe untimely death in suspicious circumstances in 1601. There is a lot of evidence in the historical record that undermines Kepler’s character and raises serious suspicion over his motives and his commitment to scientific method.

Simon Shack’s achievement has been  to fit the final piece into the puzzle. He has integrated many of the anomalous observations of the heliocentric model and inferred the Earths own orbit which takes 25344 years.  In doing so, all of the anomalies of the heliocentric model disappear and a perfect model that explains everything we actually see emerges. This is massive news!

If you think about it, its possible to deduce one’s own motion by observing the relative motion of things around us – the parallax. We do this all the time from car, train and plane windows. In the same way astronomers can observe the various and numerous instances of parallax between Earth and all the other celestial bodies, as well as a host of other observational data, and then infer Earth’s motion. The problem is that when we try to reconcile the vast body of collected observed data it doesn’t fit with the heliocentric model, in spite of all the assertions that it has been incontrovertibly proven. All sorts of ludicrous inventions have had to be invoked to ‘explain away’ the many things that don’t fit. But daring to think outside the box, Simon Shack hypothesised that the earth itself is moving around its own orbit. By making some basic calculations and then integrating this idea into Tycho Brahe’s geocentric binary model of the solar system, Simon was able to refine his calculations to the point where everything fits! The earths (PVP) orbit takes 25,344 years to complete and explains the precession of the equinoxes and host of other observed phenomena. It is the missing piece of the puzzle that has eluded astronomers for centuries!

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