Before Newton invented our modern day physics, it was a common belief that Celestial bodies behaved differently than matter here on Earth. This is true in the case of Galileo when he first saw the moons of Jupiter in an orbit with our very first telescopes.
The basis of Newtonian physics is gravity, which FE do not believe exists. Rather than try to argue over a conspiracy theory OR an all encompassing theory of Gravity, i pose a few simple questions:
Objects in motion tend to stay in motion, unless acted on by a force. Other than non-existent gravity, what keeps other moons, such as Jupiter's, orbiting a planet? What force keeps these moons from flying straight, rather than orbiting as we have observed?
Also, other than non-existant gravity what keeps a planets atmosphere in place? I understand that an ice wall can keep in water, but how does it hold our atmosphere against the vacuum of space and solar wind? And what force keeps Jupiter's atmosphere in place, when it is round not flat?
Why do most other planets have orbiting moons, yet in the FE system our moon travels in a completely different fashion than other planets every other planet in our system?
If celestial bodies (planets, moons, stars) are for the most part round, Why isn't Earth?
Since celestial bodies orbit, from time to time their paths intersect, causing an eclipse, both lunar and solar. How in a FE orbit do we have predictable solar and lunar eclipses? Also explain the phases of the moon.
**These questions are posed in a polite manner and without criticism. If you are to debate for OR against, i ask that you do the same.**