Well, OK In my arrogance I thought the forum knew me well enough to know I wasn't actaully suggesting the geocentrist model was correct, I felt there might be value in analysing the argumentation. Guess I've been gone too long. Anyhow..Some of your comments made good points.
The author begins with attaching a definition to words that support his position, in essence trying to suggest that his audience has only to open a dictionary to make the amazing discovery of the century, "Why it is a theory, and that proves it is unproven!"
Not only that but the "theory" is only based upon other great manyunprovenassumptionssimply accepted when they are nothing more than conjecture. It's not scientific, not arived at by the scientific method ...The use of loaded language and an attempt to sound knowledgeable and concerned about the state of science being taught.
A reference or two to 100 year old scientific experiments adds a scientific flavor. The experiments are actually discussed in 100 level college physics but most readers will not have heard of them and if they try to read about them the complexity of the actual explanations for the observations will likely lead to accepting the author's super simple conclusion.
Those that believe the false science of heliocenticism willfully accepted the big liedespite SOLID evidence against it. This language wouldn't be used in scientific writing. There is such a thing as poor science and pseudoscience but the use of the term 'false' has a religious or journalistic tone. The author then imputes motives to all who accept the heliocentric model against clear irrefutable evidence as willfully sharing in a massive conspiracy either to discredit the Bible or be conformists and fit in.
And finally the appeal to scripture and religious authorities, which though stratigically late in the article are actually the foundation for the article.
The end notes suggesting a Masonic/ Jewish conspiracy to steal away your faith are an appeal to emotion, namely fear. Not many scientific articles suggest that by accepting an alternative view you will spend forever in Hell.