The answer is that our box is too small
When one looks at the paradoxical problem from a higherlevel standpoint where gravity is not the only force in the universe, suddenly an answer becomes fairly obvious.
The answer is that our box is too small in which the paradoxical reasoning is conducted. The entire problem of paradoxical stellar movements is based on the assumption that only the weakest force that exists in the universe, the force of gravity, may be considered, which in addition has an effect that diminishes with the square of the distance from its source.
While we see these factors being dominant in the intimate domain of the orbits of planets around a sun, where the planets are close enough to be affected by gravity, different principles evidently come into play at the larger distances where gravity no longer has a hold on celestial objects, where higherorder principles affect the movements of the stars.
