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An apparently paradoxical universe

Listed below are some of the known paradoxical illusions of empirically observed natural phenomena that are naturally rendered in all sorts of delusive circumstances; these are some of the known paradoxical illusions in the natural phenomena that have been empirically observed and scientifically understood.


The delusion in the apparent motions of all celestial objects

It is a known paradoxical illusion that in the apparent observations from the Earth for the motions of all celestial objects, the Earth would appear to be the centre of the universe as postulated in geocentrism; it could be apparently observed that the motion of all celestial objects are encircling the Earth. This falsified fact was established in a delusion but was undoubtedly accepted independently and officially by the majority of people from all over the world in all walks of life for millenniums.This cognitive paradox fallacy is as a result of a natural delusion; a natural cognitive paradox of relative motion illusion that renders natural negation for its fallacious empirical observation of the natural phenomenon.

Image on right illustrates the basic elements of Ptolemaic astronomy in a geocentric model, showing a planet (orange color object) on an epicycle (smaller dotted circle) with a deferent (larger dotted circle) and an equant (solid black dot •) directly opposite the Earth (purple and white color object) from the center of the deferent (symbol x).


Ptolemaic elements
in a geocentric model.

The delusion of an apparently east rising Sun

The Sun does not rise like it is apparently seen. This is merely a perception on a rotating Earth that renders its relative motion illusion in its delusion. Its subliminal natural negation is caused by its observation in a localized perspective on an apparently motionless Earth that rotates.

The delusional observation of a rising Sun, is paradoxically a cognitive contradiction of its actuality as a result of its naturally obscured delusory circumstances that negates its perception in a topsy-turvy manner.


The
delusion in the apparent motion of the Moon

It is a cognitive paradox fallacy that Moon rises in the East and set in the West as it could be apparently observed from Earth in its localized reference frame. Nonetheless, with inductive reasoning based on the heliocentric model, by tracking the positions of the Moon on a daily basis at a specific time of the day for its celestial coordinates in the celestial sphere over a period of a few days, it could be empirically observed that the Moon revolves around the Earth from West to East; this qualitative analysis in its transcendental perspective can resolve this cognitive paradox of relative motion illusion that has paradoxically caused the cognitive paradox fallacy in its delusion.

It was also a known optical motion illusion of a natural cognitive paradox that the Moon apparently appears to be simultaneously following every observer spontaneously, to wherever all these individual observers on Earth who are each moving independently to different directions. This is a very amazing natural cognitive paradox, and its discernible optical illusion can be easily resolved for understanding its all applicable delusion of passive transformation in local frame of reference.


The Moon

The
delusion in the apparent retrograde motion of a planetary body

The apparent retrograde motion of a planet could be solved mathematically with the deferent and epicycle of the planet based on geocentrism. Although epicycle system in a mathematical construct developed through the observation of the apparent planetary motion in the celestial sphere can be fine-tuned to provide workable solutions with precise quantitative predictions for this peculiar phenomenon that recurs periodically, it is a falsified fact that the planet in apparent retrograde motion is physically moving in the opposite diurnal motion as it could be empirically observed from Earth; the delusion is caused by a cognitive paradox of relative motion illusion in its passive transformation of celestial coordinate system.


Apparent retrograde
motion of Mars
.

The
delusion of the apparent location of every celestial object
When one looks into the night sky to observe celestial objects, everything observed are images of the past. The nearest celestial object is the image of the Moon that is about one plus second ago, the image of the Sun is about eight minutes and twenty seconds ago, the nearest star Proxima Centauri is an image of more than four years ago, the nearest spiral galaxy Andromeda is an image of approximately two and a half million years ago and a most distance galaxy Abell 1835 IR1916 observed is an image of more than thirteen billion years ago. In real time, all these celestial objects would have had moved to other spatial locations according to their trajectories; they are not at the physical locations where they are paradoxically appearing to be. The delusion is caused by the limited speed of light.

Andromeda galaxy

The
delusion in the apparent layout of the Cartwheel galaxy

Without the X-ray image to reveal a depth information, the Cartwheel galaxy in a paradoxical effect appears to be facing toward the observer who observe it from Earth. The X-ray image revealed that Cartwheel galaxy is actually facing away from observer; the optical image that shows it in its opposite facing is caused by its cognitive paradox. The delusion is caused by the negation of depth information.

The image on near right is an optical view of the Cartwheel galaxy group, the Cartwheel galaxy is the largest galaxy among the group of three galaxies in the image. Image on far right is the X-ray view of a transgalactic phenomenon showing a column structure connecting the Cartwheel galaxy group.


Cartwheel
galaxy group

X-ray image of
Cartwheel galaxy


In nature, the apparently observed natural phenomena in the observable universe that are paradoxically manifested in all sorts of delusive circumstances, and therefore render delusively inversed illusions for their apparent observations, are aplenty.

See the UVS topic on "The paradoxical effect of nature" that elaborates on the causality of delusive circumstances in nature and its resolving power for the cognitive paradoxes of enigmatic natural phenomena.


The observable universe is paradoxical.
- UVS inspired -

 

 


3rd Feb 2010

References and links:
Geocentrism - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Equinox - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Solstice - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ptolemaic elements - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Equant - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sunrise - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Apparent retrograde motion - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celestial sphere
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diurnal motion
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celestial coordinate system - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moon - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sun - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Proxima Centauri
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Andromeda
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abell 1835 IR1916
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of Cartwheel Galaxy Group - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Images of X-ray Cartwheel Galaxy - NASA/CXC/A.Wolter & G.Trinchieri et al.
Image of Andromeda galaxy - By NASA


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