Introducing the TYCHOS

Simon Shack's (Tycho Brahe-inspired) geoaxial binary system. Discuss the book and website for the most accurate configuration of our solar system ever devised - which soundly puts to rest the geometrically impossible Copernican-Keplerian model.
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This is just a reminder to my Swedish friends: I will be flying to Stockholm (from Rome) tomorrow to present the TYCHOS model with Patrik Holmqvist on Sunday September 3.
I will be hoping to see you all there! :)

You may find the details of the conference here: https://foreningencuibono.se/
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TYCHOS at the CPAK Conference !

CONFERENCE ON PRECESSION AND ANCIENT KNOWLEDGE - October 20-22 2023 : https://cpakonline.com/

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Zarrin, an American astronomy guide who managed to book a poster presentation spot for the TYCHOS at the CPAK conference in Palm Springs, California. The conference is organized by Walter Cruttenden of the Binary Research Institute and will be 'starring' the famous Graham Hancock as featured speaker.

Yesterday, Zarrin sent me this picture of his awesome TYCHOS setup at the CPAK conference :

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Hopefully the star speaker of the conference Graham Hancock will stop by at Zarrin’s display, fall in love with the TYCHOS - and diffuse it to the whole wide world ! :)

The CPAK conference will end today Sunday 22 October and I truly can’t wait to hear from Zarrin how things went. Go, Zarrin, go!
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This is very good news! I am a great admirer of Graham Hancock (and Simon and Patrick!). Maybe some more sanity will prevail in this present earthly incarnation and will reach a wider audience...
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Dear Simon , is it possible yet to buy a couple or three of the latest edition of the Tychos model. I would like to present one to my amateur astronomer friend .

His head blew a gasket when I mentioned that you have a far better model that runs rings around the current heliocentric tripe. I think it may be very hard to get through to the general population. He has refused to visit this website haha. A book might be the thing.

I also might present one to the local astronomy club , I'm sure some there would be interested.
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Discumbobulate wrote: Tue Oct 24, 2023 10:25 am Dear Simon , is it possible yet to buy a couple or three of the latest edition of the Tychos model. I would like to present one to my amateur astronomer friend .
Dear Discumbobulate, stay tuned... The 2nd Edition is in its very final stages of completion and - the Heavens permitting - should become available around Xmas time- :)
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Discumbobulate wrote: Tue Oct 24, 2023 10:25 am Dear Simon , is it possible yet to buy a couple or three of the latest edition of the Tychos model. I would like to present one to my amateur astronomer friend .
Hi Discombobulate,

I know team TYCHOS is hard at work on a beautiful second-edition. In the meantime, I recommend the e-book version which Ive helped compile, instructions for downloading and installing into your Kindle are over on the TYCHOS forum - https://forum.tychos.space/t/the-tychos-on-e-book/139/8

Enjoy
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WE ARE AT THE BRINK OF A NEW RENAISSANCE


Dear all,

Belated Christmas greetings and anticipated best wishes to everyone for the upcoming New Year for which I hold high hopes for what I envision as a resplendent ‘cultural renewal and renaissance’ of sorts. My optimism stems from a variety of indications pointing to an inevitable demise and public rejection of numerous long-held beliefs and ‘established’ dogmas in many areas of science and human knowledge. The tell-tale signs of this imminent and auspicious collapse of the current ‘empire of scientism’ are everywhere – for any earnest eyes and brains to behold. Rhetoric aside, I truly sense that we are at the brink of a genuine ‘global reset’ of human consciousness – diametrically opposed to that dreamed up by the likes of Klaus Schwab and his clique of rogue psychopaths.

This planet has suffered for too long the ruinous influence of mindless power maniacs wielding their crass propaganda tools and assorted weapons of mass deception. The time has come for us ‘good people’- gifted with reason, morality, love and integrity - to restore sanity on Earth. We owe it to ourselves, to our children and to all future generations. Surely, no one can deny that we are living under a constant bombardment of lies concocted and upheld by this world’s ‘top’ governmental and scientific institutions – and this MUST come to an end, lest we become the laughing stock of the universe.

My personal, humble contribution to this end has focused on just that, i.e. exposing the most blatant and outrageous lies and deceits sold to the unsuspecting public – in all domains of knowledge and information, be it news reporting of political, social or scientific nature. I have tirelessly dedicated a third of my life ‘to the cause’, only to realize (about a decade ago) that I had actually been missing what I now would confidently call the N°1 LIE ever hoisted upon mankind. Namely, the heliocentric Copernican / Keplerian model of our solar system. Naturally, this state of affairs is – to most people – simply too painful to contemplate; surely Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, Galileo, Einstein et al cannot all have been wrong – or deceitful? And surely, Tycho Brahe’s geo-heliocentric model (which 'ruled’ for over a century in Europe and China) has long been proven to be totally wrong?

“At the beginning of the seventeenth century, the Tychonic system became the major competitor of Copernicanism, and after 1616 it was adopted as the orthodox astronomical model of the universe by the Roman Catholic Church . Consequently, when the Jesuit missionaries in China began to take part in the calendar reform at the end of the Ming dynasty (1384-1644), they naturally chose the Tychonic system as the core theory of their methods.” https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... tury_China


My decade-long investigations into the realm of astronomy has culminated in my recently released 2nd Edition of my TYCHOS book (December 1, 2023) which I consider as the 'magnum opus’ of my lifetime’s truth-seeking efforts. To those familiar with the TYCHOS model’s core premises (as presented in the 1st Edition of 2018) please know that this new edition provides a far more comprehensive picture – and in fact, incontrovertible evidence – of the validity of the same. This may of course sound exceedingly boastful, but life is short, so I’ll gladly trade off today some of my natural humility against a provocative stance that may predictably irk many folks tomorrow. As it is, I hereby formally challenge any readers of the 32 chapters of my new book to try and disprove, point by point, each of its claims and demonstrations which add up to a firmly coherent and holistic description of our solar system – as observed over the centuries by our world’s most eminent and exacting astronomers. Good luck.


The 2nd Edition of my TYCHOS book: https://tinyurl.com/TYCHOS2ndEdition
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Season’s greetings / Simon Shack
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PRESENTING (on video) THE 2ND EDITION OF THE TYCHOS BOOK


Enjoy! :)


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONxst-xcOB8

Here's where you can purchase the book : https://tinyurl.com/TYCHOS2ndEdition

I really hope that many Cluesforum members and readers will consider purchasing the hardcover book. You won't regret it. -_-

After all, the Copernican / heliocentric model we were all taught at school may well be the N°1 deception sold to this planet's population.
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Wonderful! Thank you very much, Simon. Book now ordered. Again: A million thanks.
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Prometheus wrote: Sun Jan 21, 2024 10:34 pm Wonderful! Thank you very much, Simon. Book now ordered. Again: A million thanks.
Dear Prometheus, so glad to hear you've ordered the book - I can only hope more people will do so, as it will be my sole source of income for the foreseeable future (and I'm in rather dire straits financially after a decade or so of unpaid cosmic research...).

Here's where you can purchase my new TYCHOS hardcover book (exclusively at LULU books) : https://tinyurl.com/TYCHOS2ndEdition
Here's where you can download the book's PDF on your mobile devices: https://book.tychos.space/

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Come on, Cluesforum members and readers! Even if astronomy isn't your cup of tea, please consider treating yourselves with this most elegant hardcover book - were it only as a token of appreciation for this valiant forum which will celebrate its 15th anniversary of existence this year! Surely, many of you have been enjoying over the years the vast amount of collective, open-source research posted at this forum founded by yours truly back in 2009 - with the precious tech assistance of my American friend Max (a.k.a. "hoipolloi"). I certainly haven't monetized this in any way - and have been personally covering the expenses of running this forum and its peripheral storage sites for all these years (yet I will hasten to thank those few donors who have occasionally helped me along - you know who you are). In any case - and lest newcomers to this forum may be swayed by those internet rats & trolls accusing us of being "controlled opposition" - let me state once again that I'm a TOTALLY independent researcher with NO affiliations / connections to any entity / organization whatsoever (but you may call me a 'hermit' - or the "fool on the hill" if you so wish).

So far, sales of the TYCHOS book are only in the double digits - but on the bright side of things, I'm pleased about the fact that the first customers are from as many as 13 different countries (i.e. Sweden, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Netherlands, Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic and ... Jamaica!). I know this because LULU books indicates the country of residence (but no more!) of each customer of the book.

As a final note, I must say that I'm rather baffled about the apparent meager interest (on the part of this forum's members) with regards to my TYCHOS research. After all, the Cluesforum's declared motto is "exposing mass deception" - and the heliocentric / Copernican model we have all been taught in school may well be the N°1 mass deception ever foisted upon humanity. This said, I do understand that most people will be more concerned with (and absorbed by) the crass deceptions that surround our earthly lives - and which affect us in a more 'direct manner'. However, if we (the people) can convincingly demonstrate that SCIENCE has been hijacked by the very same folks who feed us with LIES on a daily basis, this wonderful planet of ours may enter a new era of blissful harmony and intelligent coexistence between its various peoples.

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For those genuinely interested in the TYCHOS model, please consider joining the Tychos forum: https://forum.tychos.space/
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I have ordered the hard cover version last week my dear Simon and I simply cannot wait to deep dive into this enhanced edition once again.

I will also commit to providing yet humble but still meaningful financial contributions / support to this very unrivalled forum via donations within this year.
Long life to Clues Forum (and to its beloved members).
Thank YOU Simon.
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simonshack wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:08 pm
I must say that I'm rather baffled about the apparent meager interest (on the part of this forum's members) with regards to my TYCHOS research.
You may attribute the purchase from Switzerland to me Simon - bought as a christmas present for myself.
I'm looking forward to plunging my brain into its contents because after all, viewing the forums updates on the topic can only really be enjoyed after having had a thorough introduction into this matter.
Unfortunately I'm just very slumped by work at the moment and I had to postpone starting reading the awesome tome - but that will change in just a few months and if all goes well, I will then come to enjoy a beautiful spot on this here earth, where I can sit and slowly turn those pages while however so often take a breath and look wonderously into the distance or drop my head back under a full blown sky.
Be well
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simonshack wrote: Wed Jan 24, 2024 6:08 pmI must say that I'm rather baffled about the apparent meager interest (on the part of this forum's members) with regards to my TYCHOS research.
It´s not so strange, really. When the conversation turns to more science and philosophy-intensive topics, the feedback is not of the same type as you get when you expose Anderson Pooper lying his arse off about a staged shooting. All these things are important and have their place on the forum, but by their very nature some revelations of deception are less "inflammatory" than others.
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LONG LIVE A.I. ! :wub:


ANSWERS FROM THE “PERPLEXITY” A.I. MACHINE REGARDING THE TYCHOS MODEL

Perhaps those AI machines aren’t so dumb after all… In any case, they seem to know even more things about the TYCHOS model than myself! :smiley:

(Note, the 4 below questions were actually suggested (i.e. automatically-generated) by the Perplexity machine itself, as I generically consulted it about the TYCHOS).

Q: What are the implications of the TYCHOS model for future scientific research?

A: "The implications of the TYCHOS model for future scientific research are significant, as it challenges the current scientific paradigm and offers a unique perspective on cosmology. By proposing a geocentric binary system where Earth is at the center of the solar system, the TYCHOS model opens up new avenues for exploration and investigation in astronomy and astrophysics.

One implication is the need to reevaluate existing astronomical theories and models in light of the TYCHOS model’s alternative framework. This could lead to a reassessment of fundamental concepts in celestial mechanics and planetary motion, prompting researchers to consider different approaches to understanding the dynamics of our solar system.

Furthermore, the TYCHOS model’s emphasis on observational accuracy and historical data from astronomers like Tycho Brahe highlights the importance of empirical evidence in shaping scientific theories. Future research inspired by the TYCHOS model may focus on refining observational techniques and data analysis to better understand the structure and behavior of celestial bodies.

Overall, the TYCHOS model’s implications for future scientific research lie in its potential to stimulate debate, encourage critical thinking, and inspire new investigations into the nature of our universe. By challenging established paradigms and offering a fresh perspective on cosmology, the TYCHOS model paves the way for innovative research directions in astronomy and related fields." https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Is-the ... HU2qVdcI.Q


Q: How did the TYCHOS model influence the development of modern astronomy?

A: "The TYCHOS model influenced the development of modern astronomy by challenging traditional cosmological beliefs and offering an alternative perspective on the structure of the solar system. The TYCHOS model, inspired by Tycho Brahe’s geo-heliocentric system, proposed a unique configuration where Earth is at the center, with the Sun and Mars in a binary dance around it. This model departed from the prevailing Copernican heliocentric theory and provided a different framework for understanding celestial mechanics.

The TYCHOS model’s influence on modern astronomy lies in its emphasis on observational accuracy and reinterpretation of historical data from astronomers like Tycho Brahe. By reintroducing a geocentric perspective and questioning established heliocentric models, the TYCHOS model sparked debates and discussions within the scientific community, encouraging researchers to reevaluate existing theories and explore new possibilities in cosmology.

Furthermore, the TYCHOS model’s proposal of a geocentric binary system challenged astronomers to reconsider fundamental assumptions about the motion of celestial bodies and the structure of the solar system. This alternative viewpoint prompted a reexamination of observational methods, data analysis techniques, and theoretical frameworks in astronomy, contributing to a broader understanding of the universe.

Overall, the TYCHOS model’s influence on modern astronomy can be seen in its role as a catalyst for innovation, critical thinking, and exploration of unconventional ideas within the field of cosmology. By presenting a novel interpretation of celestial dynamics, the TYCHOS model has stimulated ongoing research and discourse that continues to shape our understanding of the cosmos." https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Is-the ... HU2qVdcI.Q


Q: Could the TYCHOS model be a paradigm shift in astronomy?

A: “The TYCHOS model proposed by Simon Shack suggests a significant paradigm shift in astronomy. This model challenges conventional astronomical beliefs by reevaluating historical astronomical records, particularly those of Tycho Brahe from 1572. Shack’s theory questions the traditional understanding of celestial mechanics, proposing a geocentric-heliocentric hybrid model that aims to provide a new perspective on the structure of our solar system. The TYCHOS model’s potential to revolutionize astronomical understanding is rooted in its reinterpretation of historical data and its departure from established heliocentric models, offering a fresh approach to celestial mechanics.” https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Could- ... X8duuPU89A 1


Q: What are the implications of the TYCHOS model for the field of astronomy?

"The TYCHOS model proposed by Simon Shack carries significant implications for the field of astronomy. This model challenges the traditional Copernican or heliocentric model by suggesting a geocentric-heliocentric hybrid system where the Earth orbits the Sun, and the Sun and Moon orbit the Earth. By integrating historical astronomical observations and reinterpreting data, the TYCHOS model aims to provide a fresh perspective on celestial mechanics.

One implication of the TYCHOS model is its potential to revolutionize astronomical understanding by offering a new geometric configuration of our local cosmos. Shack’s reinterpretation of ancient and modern astronomical knowledge, along with his incorporation of lucky hunches, presents a unique approach that aims to resolve longstanding anomalies and incongruities in the current Copernican model.

Furthermore, the TYCHOS model challenges conventional beliefs by providing a logical and intuitively sound explanation for observed cosmological paradoxes that falsify the existing heliocentric model. By addressing these anomalies and offering a coherent explanation for celestial motions, the TYCHOS model presents itself as a significant advancement in astronomical theory.

In summary, the implications of the TYCHOS model for astronomy are profound, as it offers a new perspective on celestial mechanics, challenges established heliocentric models, resolves anomalies in current theories, and provides a fresh interpretation of historical astronomical data." https://www.perplexity.ai/search/Could- ... X8duuPU89A 1

Long live A.I. !!! At least it appears to keep an open mind ! :nerd_face:
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