Quoting my opponent Esteban Maradona (possibly not the football player but a fan?):
I’d think the following statement is worded fairly, and is probably narrow enough: “Geocentrism can and should be considered a physical reality, not heliocentrism.” I’m obviously arguing against the statement, and you are arguing in favor. I’d also like to point out that I’m not going to expect hardcore quotes, references, etc., just straightforward logic… almost like the Socratic method.
I had already answered an original less specific wording with:
To begin, this post of mine:
It is about [not identic with] one foolproof or supposedly such refutation of Geocentrism.*
I link to it* in post and the post also contains my comments.
+Esteban Maradona , if you were going to say Geocentrism means stars and galaxies moving at minimum 8760 times speed of light, I already just answered it.
We don’t know the distances to the stars by any sure empirical means.
See my link for more details, if you like.