#28) True, the Heliocentric model gets its name from the greek god of the sun Helios. A lot of things in astronomy gets their names from Greek/Roman myths (like the planets and constellations). Once again, though, even the Church accepts that the heliocentric model is in fact true
#29) This takes some more anecdotal evidence and then starts manufacuting some evidence based on how our brains try to make us see objects in clouds (like cloud shapes) so it can try and make sense of what it's seeing. Also, see entry #20 about why it's called NASA
#30) Apparently there is no #30 sothe article skips to 31
#31) See earlier entries about gravity, centrifugal motion, and surface tension
#32) Because the two photos are taken from cities in both the Northern and Southern hemisphere. Same reason why toilet water spins in opposite directions.
The moon is always facing the Earth the same way, it is just being viewed from different perspectives
#33) There's actually a lot going on in such a simple image here. It's also hard to tell from the pictures if those are photos or a graphical representiation. Assuming they are photos they are taken at different times from different angles (see forced perspective in #21) with increasingly better cameras and ways to transmit the data from space back to Earth of an Earth that is constantly evolving and changing not to mention what may be happening atmospherically im each of those pictures. Also, the Earth ROTATES it does not spin, it would take a lot of time, money, and data to put something in space that can hold a fixed position to capture the full 24 hours of video needed to flim this and then time lapse it down to something that wouldn't be super boring to watch; it just isn't practical for any group of humans to do right now.
The best you can really get right now is a series of stills stiched together from a spacecraft like the Galileo or a video taken from the ISS or another satellite of it orbiting the Earth.
#34) To answer both questions; there are. They can be found with a quick google search; videos too!
#35) Again, no image loaded for me
#36) Completely irrelevant
#37) Provides no data whatsoever
#38) Pretty funny, but also irrelevant