Sun's influence on the stars

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markjo

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Sun's influence on the stars
« on: April 19, 2008, 11:43:58 PM »
According to the FAQ
1) the sun and moon are some 3000 miles above the flat earth. 
2) the stars are 3100 miles above the flat earth
3) the sun, moon and stars do have some gravitation influence on the earth causing less gravity at high altitude, etc.

Tom Bishop has explained how the distance to the sun was calculated, but how was the 3100 mile distance to the stars determined?

Next, if the sun/moon system are only 100 or so miles away from the stars, why is there no apparent gravitational interaction between the sun, moon and stars?
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