The Galearthéan Institute Of Flat Earth Science & Technology
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Galearthéa is, according to GIOFEST curriculum, a Galearthy, a type of galaxy formed of a super massive planar disc, featuring a small orbital population at its central galactic bulge, yet surrounded by many more Stars, Gasses and Planets about its outer edge.
Flat Earth science is, regardless of the false negative press, a particularly fascinating science and, once a person finds themselves comfortable with the majority of evidences, a wonderfully digestible field of study.
Yet even whence a great deal of knowledge has been learned, as with any scientific subject, there are inevitably some concepts which remain unclear, or inconclusive, even to a seasoned scientist.
Perhaps one of the most significantly questioned aspects of Galearthéan astronomical mechanics is the buoyancy of planets above our planar disc.
Of course, these astronomical mechanics are exquisitely described in the main curriculum, Galearthéa ~ The Alpha & The Omega Of Flat Earth Science, in which the author Simon Edward Jepps explains how a galearthy is formed and how, as a result, objects find themselves to be orbiting about and above a parallel plane.
Yet to the mind, whence altering one’s own perspective of their world, from a spherical mass-attraction gravitational mechanic, unto a planar vacuum-plenum gravitational mechanic, the remaining concept of large heavy bodies seemingly “floating” above one’s head can nevertheless be a difficult reality to swallow.
However the reality presented is actually a most beautiful truth and, whence described with a much more in-depth scientific explanation, is actually one of the simplest of all realities to embrace.
Unto The Skies
The Galearthéan study of galplanology states that “gravity” is a consequence of:
- The difference in relative density of mass within the local relative antidensity of space, whereby a vacuum repels a plenum and a plenum repels a vacuum.
A state of “plenum” is the opposite of a state of “vacuum”.
The first question posed by a curious mind is, why do all objects retain their buoyancy and parallel motion, regardless of their relative mass to weight ratio?
The primary response to this question is gyroscopic dimensional precession within the relative vacuum-unto-plenum state of cosmospace.
It is for this reason the most gaseous heavenly bodies orbiting our planar, such as Jupiter, Neptune, Oranos and Saturn, orbit the furthest away, whilst the denser objects, such as Venus, Mars and our Moon, maintain a much closer orbit.
Yet of course, any honest scientist would agree, surely a larger and heavier object is nevertheless prone to eventually fall…?
Perhaps, but aside from the fact that objects like our own Moon have been observed to actually be progressing outwards and away from our world, it is an evidenced based Galearthéan scientific belief that all known objects orbiting Galearthéa are actually low mass and either ejected Star matter or even extinguished Stars themselves.
The evidence for this theory is actually strong and ubiquitous throughout our cosmological neighbourhood.
Firstly, the inner mechanics of Stars is not necessarily an absolutely understood, or even known science. In fact it is more likely than not that many Stars are completely different inside their cores and that even their eventuality of dying varies unto merely becoming quietly inactive.
See :~ Black Holes Do Not Exist
Secondly, all known objects orbiting Galearthéa, both solid and gaseous, harbour physically hexagonal or polygonal surface features, such as craters, dunes, clouds or storms, cyclones and even vortexes.
In fact it is tremendously difficult to identify any object in our neighbourhood without any such features. To name but only a few… the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Phobos, Saturn, Jupiter, Mimas, Iapetus, Rhea, Tethys, Dione, Ceres, Pluto, Charon…
Furthermore, any Moon claimed to have been visited by any scientific organisation in history, repeatedly finds itself a member of the hollow planetoid category, a type of object suspected to have a hollow, or as GIOFEST describes, a honeycomb core.
The most naturally stable structure derived from spherical accumulation within any cosmic matter, is a hexagon.
Galearthéan science states that the presence of atomic honeycomb structuring within cosmic matter, most specifically plasma and thus Stars, will cause any extinguished Star to display such hexagonal or polygonal surface features all over its redundant core.
Thus also, any ejected solid matter from a Star will also display such hexagonal or polygonal features upon its surface also.
Officially, it is unanimously agreed amongst all scientific institutions, whether Flat Earth or not, that the gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn are most certainly failed Stars.
Hereby and therefore, since all known cosmological objects orbiting Galearthéa appear to be either gaseous or of very low mass, often presenting their own radioactive glow or light and all unreservedly feature hexagonal or polygonal physical composition about their surface, either in solid form or gaseous form, including supermassive vortexes and cyclone phenomena, henceforth GIOFEST declares any object maintaining regular orbit above our supermassive planar disc to be purely of stellar origin.