I don't claim to know more than they do, else I would have written up equations and stuff to back my stance up. That's just not my area of expertise. However, God created the universe, and I believe that He told us how it all works in the Bible. I think it's important to not only show the evidence, but also all the ways that evidence can be interpreted. If, after seeing all sides and reviewing the evidence, if you still say that the earth revolves around the sun, then fine. All the power to you. It's just like if I'm talking to someone from a different denomination, who worships the same God I do in a different way, a way that doesn't make sense to me. That's just between them and God. I can impart the way I see it, but I can't force my worldview on them.