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Message Subject sun in wrong place...cant believe im even thinking it...tell me when i made the mistake....uk
Poster Handle Menow
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Back with a vengeance, eh menow..?
Must be some truth here... or you wouldn't be here obfuscating.
Quoting: Waterbug

You are welcome to point out anything I have posted which is not factual.

Quoting: Menow 18943200

In other words, you are unable to point out anything I have posted which is not factual. Thanks.

Everything is as it should be... because you say so.
Quoting: Waterbug

"Everything"? When did I say anything about "everything"? [I guess you can't respond to what I actually say, so you have to make stuff up.

Shall I do an advanced search to make sure..?
Quoting: Waterbug

You can do whatever you like.

So... what happens when mass migrates on a spinning, axial-tilted, globe-like object..?
Quoting: Waterbug

Sorry? "axial-tilted"? What does that have to do with it? You are showing your ignorance.

It means, 'tilted on its axis'...
Pertains to an accurate depiction of the parameters of the postulation.

Quoting: Waterbug

Once again you dodge my specific point and question, which was: What does that have to do with it? Care to try again?

What does that have to do with it?
Let's just postulate that this globe, with ice on the poles,
warms..
the ice becomes water...
then it migrates due to centrifugal force...

What do you suppose the effects would be on the orientation of said globe.. excluding all other factors..?

Is that what you are trying to bury..?
Quoting: Waterbug

It is you who is trying to bury the fact that you are dodging my challenge for solid evidence. Pretty funny.
Quoting: Waterbug

Requires independent thought....

I'm going to guess that you envision an out-of-balance situation. Why? Water seeks its level. there would be no imbalance under your scenario.

What does that have to do with it?
The evidence is nebulous and you know that...

Heh... That's one way of putting it. Another way would be nonexistent.

Orbital mechanics is an inexact science...
Quoting: Waterbug

Bullshit. You just like to imagine magical scenarios under which your fantasy story can take place.

You know that, as well... at least, you should.
Quoting: Waterbug

What does this innuendo have to do with the lack of evidence of a visible change in Earth's tilt?

So...?

'I guess you can't respond to what I actually say, so you have to make stuff up. '

Which of us is not responding..?
Quoting: Waterbug

That would be you, on the question of why the world's astronomers don't notice any problem with the sun's location.