Secondly, it was a sarcastic joke meant to debunk the false heliocentric model of the universe that we've been taught. According to godless scientism, stars are light years away. According to the Bible, they are NOT. Naturally, they will fall immediately and arrive promptly to Earth, and Jesus won't have to wait on a freakin' thing. If the heliocentric model were correct, He would need to wait "light years" for the stars to get here. I am merely showing up anti-biblical scientists for what they really are. Sheesh.
Actually, I didn't ask if you'd educated yourself . . . I simply made the suggestion to investigate. ;-) Not sure who or what material you've consulted, because there's a ton of evidence out there. Be that as it may, you are entitled to disagree. No, you won't see compelling experiments from me . . . just funny memes. ;-)
I'm not a scientist. I don't attempt to disprove every. single. stupid. phony. "theory." that every "scientist" out there comes up with. I have a brain. I have eyes. And the Word of God refutes so much of the garbage that they come up with anyway. They have an agenda and are working from that standpoint. I'm "working" from another.
You've looked at *my* "proofs"? You don't know anything about my proofs . . . because you've never seen them. And I take it you're not biblically inclined. ;-)
Not understanding your (fractured?) English in above meme . . . or maybe just typos.
Again, you miss the point of the meme. I'm not being 100% literal. It's just a silly, metaphorical meme.
Why not do some research on "flat earth" or, if you're religiously inclined: "biblical cosmology"? It takes so much more courage, determination, and intellectual prowess to investigate these matters and dare to believe the evidence than it does to keep to the indoctrination you were programmed with, to never investigate, or to ridicule those who have. ;-)