Updated: Jun 23
Make a working model of movement of earth and moon around the sun and explain how eclipses happen. Now VERIFY this explanation with actual dates of eclipses that have happened in last ten years, verify the time, date and path of eclipse on globe earth.
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Ques: Why we don’t have eclipses every month?
Answer (govt. controlled text book): A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon enters the Earth's shadow. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's shadow falls on the Earth. They do not happen every month because the Earth's orbit around the sun is not in the same plane as the Moon's orbit around the Earth. Moon's orbit is inclined at an angle of 5.14 degrees.
Pic 1 – a govt. agent explaining why we don’t have eclipses every month. In the picture the moon is clearly not in between Earth and sun so there will be no eclipse during this time of year.
Problem in the pic 1- the angle of inclination is clearly more than 5.14 degrees.
Pic 2- During this time of year moon passes between the earth and the sun causing eclipses. The angle is again more than 5.14 degrees.
Pic 3- A better illustration of what the govt. agent is trying to explain in the previous pics.
Pic 4- A simple protractor application proves that while demonstrating eclipses all agents show an angle that is three times more than what they say in the theory.
Another flaw in the model is that if we accept this 5.14 degree tilt and their explanation the total eclipses should only occur during six months in a year for rest six months we should not see any eclipses. But if we see the actual dates of total eclipses we find that they occur throughout the year.
Conclusion- Actual dates of total eclipses can never be verified on a globe model. The agents and modern science only give an explanation, wrong demonstration and No verification.
The Globe fails!
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