
Papers Proving that there is no Physical Difference
Between the Geocentric Model and the Modern Heliocentric View
 Barbour and Bertotti, 1977. Il Nuovo Cimento B, 38:1.
 Brown, G. B., 1955. Proceedings of the Phys. Soc. B, 68:672.

Thirring, H., 1916. Phys. Z. 19:33.

Lense, J. & Thirring, H., 1918, Ibid. 22:29.

Gerber, P., 1898. Zeitschr. f. Math. u. Physik, 43:93.
 Møller, C., 1952. The Theory of Relativity, (Oxford: Clarendon Press), pp. 318321.
 Moon, P. & Spencer, D. E., 1959. Philos. of Science, 26:125.
 Rosser, W. G. V., 1964. An Intro. to the Theory of Relativity, (London: Butterworths), p. 460.
For rotation see: P. F. Browne, 1977. "Relativity of Rotation," Jrnl. of Physics
A: Math. & Gen. Relativity, 10:727.
These papers just scratch the surface. They led Sir Fred Hoyle, who
was knighted for his cosmological expertise, to proclaim:
"We know that the difference between a heliocentric theory and a geocentric
theory is one of relative motion only, and that such a difference has no
physical significance."
— Sir Fred Hoyle in Astronomy and Cosmology, 1975, p. 416.

