Unusual Magazines The Bulletin of the Tychonian Society

About the unusual magazine The Bulletin of the Tychonian Society, information on subscriptions, subjects, and samples.



Subscription: Five issues yearly; free, donations accepted; 14813 Harris Road, R.R. #1, Pitt Meadows, British Columbia V0M 1P0, Canada; circulation 200.

Subject Matter: The Bulletin is dedicated to the defense of a geocentric universe. It publishes papers by international scientists who either accept the view that the earth is the center of the observable cosmos or want to discuss the possibility that such is true.

Sample Material: "The Bible, therefore, enables us to interpret scientific experiments properly. For example, the Michelson-Morley experiment, which Einstein tried to explain away, actually indicates that the earth is not travelling in space but is stationary. In other words, the earth cannot be removed out of its place (Psalms 104:5). It has an absolute inertia which cannot be overcome. This absolute inertia of the earth, combined with the earth's gravity, probably guides the motion of the sun and moon. It would not control the movements of the planets, however, since these are governed by the gravity of the sun. Hence it is possible that the sun, like the moon, revolves about the earth, while the planets revolve about the sun."

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