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Newtonian gravitation & tides show Earth more massive than Sun? Heliocentrism v. geocentrism debate

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Published on Oct 31, 2011

The information in this video appears to show that Newtonian gravitation (which is an approximate theory of gravitation) may predict that the sun is not over a million times more massive than the sun, but rather is one tenth the mass of the sun. This is found by using the best thing you can for determining gravitational pulls from the moon and sun, which is the spring tides. This would obvioulsly be a shocking issue, and that's why I am putting this clip out: so others can try to tear it up to see if there's a mistake in it. I have gone over this info again and again, and it always leads to the very same place: sun is one tenth the mass of earth. This clip here is from a documentary I am working on about heliocentrism vs. geocentrism. I am trying to figure out all the mathematics and science behind the documentary. It may be done next year (2012), but I am not sure. I have 90 minutes of the documentary done, and when finished it will probably over 4 or 5 hours.

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