Oh, for fuck’s sake, you have GOT to be kidding me… – VIDEO


‘Star Trek’ actress lends her gravitas to film promoting idea that sun revolves around Earth

By Travis Gettys
Monday, April 7, 2014 14:31 EDT
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A new documentary film, narrated by a former Star Trek actress, promotes the long-ago disproven idea that the sun revolves around the Earth.

“Everything we think we know about our universe is wrong,” says actress Kate Mulgrew as she narrates the trailer for “The Principle.”

The film, which is set to be released sometime this spring, was bankrolled in part by the ultra-conservative and anti-Semitic Robert Sungenis, who maintains the blog “Galileo Was Wrong.”

In addition to Mulgrew, who played Capt. Kathryn Janeway in “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Star Trek: Nemeis,” the film features several scientists, including Michio Kaku, Lawrence Krauss, and Max Tegmart.

In the trailer, the scientists discuss how the Earth’s unique characteristics make it well-suited for life, in comparison to other planets.

But Sungenis himself offers the only real bombshell in the two-minute, 20-second trailer.

“You can go on some websites of NASA to see that they’ve started to take down stuff that might hint to a geocentric universe,” Sungenis says.

About one in four Americans believe in geocentrism, which places the Earth at the center of the universe and the sun, planets, and stars revolving around it.

Sungenis is a controversial figure, having argued that no one has proven 6 million Jews died during the Holocaust and that Jews conspired with Satan to rule the world.

His local bishop asked him to stop writing about Jews and ordered him to stop calling his organization a Catholic one after he criticized a catechism related to Judaism.

Watch the film trailer posted online by The Principle Movie:

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I messaged Kate Mulgrew via her facebook page politely suggesting she might want to distance herself from the film before it comes out, particularly in the light of the holocaust denial stuff.


Others might want to do the same?

Lawrence Krauss, who’s interviewed in the film, has said it’s nonsense. The hostility towards him from the film’s promoter is quite a thing to behold…

See the 3rd April posting on their site, where Krauss comments…

“I didn’t..but the good thing is that I am hoping that journalists contact me, in the rare chance that more than 3 people actually want to watch this garbage.. and I can tell them it is not worth watching..”


Simply no end to the stupidity of some people. Especially stupid fucks with access to money. Good on Dr. Krauss for posting his perfectly fitting response.

And then there’s this in anti-science stupidity: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/07/aaron-miller-evolution_n_5107342.html


I wonder if the genuine scientists gave permission for their comments used totally out of context .? I think if it was me I would more than slightly annoyed