Look, it's your crackpot idea.
LOL. Ummm... Thanks for the kudos, but... no. It's not my idea at all. And your ad hominem isn't impressive, especially as a professing Christian. You've obviously never accessed one shred of information on Tychonian geocentricity. So don't blame me for your bias of cognitive dissonance.
You present the other explanation for how the pendulum works, and I will consider it.
Go do the research. It's not that difficult. I've expressed my position and the general reasons for it. It's not my responsibility to convince you of something you haven't ever considered while implicitly trusting the Atheistic priesthood of the religion of Empiricism exponentially more than you trust the inspired canon of scripture.
You hold an adamant view and haven't bothered to contrast anything else.
The rotation of the earth serves as an explanation for the pendulum's behavior, and an immobile earth, lacking something else to move the pendulum, does not.
You might want to check the contrary evidence, along with the refutations for Michelson-Morley and taking a look at Airy's Failure.
And that is hardly the only thing out there. As I said earlier, my father worked on many artificial satellites, which have orbited the earth, gone to the moon, flown by other planets, landed on asteroids, and left the solar system.
Firstly, geocentric coordinates are used for such things; and you very likely have no idea about the movement of the aether of space (the firmament) with a theorized Planck density of 10^93. Secondly, I have little confidence in the actuality of many such alleged events other than orbiting objects which would require the same exact inverse application of forces for geocentricity as for heliocentricity. Space is moving, not earth. Same-same in relativistic terms.
Newtonian/relativistic mechanics in a non-fixed-frame cosmology were used successfully to set their courses.
You might want to check again. NASA uses geocentric coordinates for their launches.
If you ever produce something that works as well, I could begin to take you seriously.
I'm not concerned whether an anonymous Kabbalah-indoctrinated alleged Christian takes me seriously or not. I have my faith to God, and Him alone. And I've accessed enough research to be convinced it's a coin-toss at the very least.
I'm not even advocating for geocentricity in any adamant sense, just opposing the ridiculous assertions of heliocentricity from those who haven't bothered to find out it IS a coin-flip rather than being able to determine for certain between geocentricity and heliocentricity.
Come up with an explanation of why it's impossible for something in a polar orbit to always pass over the same spot on the equator, and we can talk further.
I doubt it. Your mind has been made up for a very long time. And if you truly want to examine the evidence without bias, there is plenty of searchable material all over the internet.
It's a lifetime of reading books on science and taking calculus and physics and thus understanding all the math and theory behind that "scientific naturalism".
Exactly. Indoctrination. Your implicit trust in Euclid, Pythagoras, Kepler, Copernicus, and others is not impressive. One of the Brothers in my Parish is a Physics professor for grad students at the local state university. In conversations with him, he has acquiesced to the fact that it's a coin-toss, and says he struggles with the foundations of many things in modern Physics.
I haven't "remotely considered" a Tychonian system beyond reading about it (in Scientific American, of all places something like forty years ago because beyond Tycho's diagrams, there's nothing to consider.
LOL. And there you have it. You just don't realize the source and degree of prelest in the modern religion of Empiricism.
I am not compelled to take seriously the vague statements of everyone who comes along. You are ducking the issue, over and over, that you don't seem to have a system to present.
I'm not ducking anything. I just refuse to undertake the futility of presenting research you haven't bothered to do on the way to your blind adamance in compliance with science falsely so called as an alleged believer.
At the very least, you must take a much lower view of inspiration of the canon of scripture. The Holy Spirit would not mispeak in such misleading ways, and men had to have been a much stronger impetus in the writings from their limited human perspective. You must allegorize and minimize scripture. I can't take anyone seriously who does THAT.
But you seem to think others should be concerned about whether you take them seriously while disregarding that to be a mutual concern. If YOU want to be taken seriously, then at least access the research on geocentricity and admit it's a coin-toss depending upon chosen frame of reference.
As far as I'm concerned... the Earth spinning at +/- 800mph while hurtling through space at 67,000mph is the crackpot idea.