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01-01-2008, 09:34 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-01-2008, 09:36 AM by roscoe.)
Is there anyone here who has read Copernicus?(or at least the first 11 Chaps of book one where the general theory is outlined?) Unless I am mistaken, Pythagoras(wrongly with Copernicus and Galileo) believed the Sun to be stationary and in the center of the Universe( a Sun God worshipper).

Has anyone read Galileo Heretic by Redondi? This book is put out by Einstien's Princeton U. and says that Gallileo(whose forte was physics, not astronomy) was an 'atomic materialist'(like Pythagoras and Einstien).

Apparently Galileo's opposition to the PHYSICS of Aristotle is what got him in trouble because of what was published in the Assayer(1624). Assayer is not to be confused with Dialogues.

It seems as if Galileo was really challenging the Doctrine of The Real Presence in The Eucharist as being incompatable with the philosophy of an 'atomic materialist'-- in other words someone who believes that everything can be defined by a number(quantity)--hence the term Quantum physics that Pythagoras and Einstien are ass. with.

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