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5 jan. 2017

FLAT EARTH Why Do We Always See The Same Stars Demonstration For A Helio...

Why do we always see the same stars
Considering a heliocentric model/ theory derived from the big bang theory, the movements and shifting of the lanterns is what you would expect to observe the stars perform nightly/weekly/monthly/yearly with an earth sphere that rotates at 1000mph, orbits the sun at 67,000mph, orbits the milky way galaxy at 500,000mph, and is blasting outward from the big bang center at hundreds of millions of mph. However, the stars and constellations remain fixed after millinea with all stars orbiting polaris in a perfect time piece mannor.