The United States Military Naval Observatory is tasked with monitoring & collecting data on star positions. It is a known fact that the co-ordinates of stars change - any amateur astronomer can confirm the Multiyear Interactive Computer Almanac to be the source used to locate catalogued objects with their telescopes. Those changing positions, over time produce a star pattern that reveals the undeniable movement trend.
The dead giveaway is the polar regions - as the hub for 'indirect precession of stars', movement respective the pole of the ecliptic is most pronounced - even considering short period observation. That reference is directly linked to Earth's address in space - transposed on the EP -i.e. inbetween two diametrically opposed fixes whereby our location is pinpointed. The tight circular star pattern, which is a consequence of Earth motion, is centered thereon.
If Earth incurred any motion, other to axial precession revolution, that pattern would be falsified. More so, if our Sun -- to which Earth is intricately locked -- was not stationary & in a binary orbit with another object (even if such were a ghost :o), that particular star pattern of changing co-ordinates simply could not exist, which clearly it does - ref. MICA star charts. The eccentric path of a binary orbit would produce a vastly contrasting pattern.
It's a no brainer guys...
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 20-Aug-19 07:37 by hendrik dirker.