|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-09-19 |
"I'm no scientist, I'm no big deal, I'm not the smartest guy in the world, all I'm doing is presenting some evidence..."
Loads of weasel-words allowing this idiot to back out when their self-composed fairy tale comes crashing down. In this case, this guy and his channel seem to be trying to push geocentrism for some inane reason. I guess the Flat Earth Society wasn't taking new applicants when he tried to sign up.
Ah, he DOES cite the Flat Earth Society in his long-winded description.
Annnnd now I see there's a whole pile of morons on YT who think the Earth is stationary and the sun goes around it. It's days like this where I wish there was such a thing as a Stargate (and there are other idiots who believe they actually exist) which would let us ship people who are determined to believe things that are untrue off to their own little world where they can keep their IQ lowering activities to themselves.
|Juice Eggs McKenna - 2013-09-19 |
This is possibly the most poorly constructed argument for anything I've ever heard. Well done.
All of this other stuff happens that I can use as analogy to explain my theory, therefore my theory is true!
|yourmother - 2013-09-19 |
Yeah I would really encourage people to go look at the youtube description as a sort of companion piece. I love the assertion that it's mechanized and has some sort of clockwork mechanism that is wound up every morning immediately followed by "but it's probably caused by the rotation of everything else in the universe around the earth."
|chumbucket - 2013-09-19 |
I blame the Rosicrucians, thanks Umberto. Damn you Templars, damn you all.
Can we still do bad things to Dan Brown? I think he needs to be included somehow.
|Robin Kestrel - 2013-09-19 |
A wizard did it.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-09-20 |
It hurts my brain just to try to understand this level of stupidity.
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