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And the wind cries “FOUL!”

As I write these words, I am sitting in my quiet study in Sussex, England, looking out over the rose-garden towards the belt of trees which shields us from the sea. There is the gentle breeze so familiar in Selsey, but nothing more. Yet it has been claimed that if the Earth were spinning round, as conventional scientists claim, there would be a howling gale all the time.

To see just how this theory works, we must go back almost two thousand years – in fact to the second century A.D., when the most famous scientist in the world was Claudius Ptolemaus, better known as Ptolemy…