Before It’s News: Top Scientists Freak Out Over New Documentary Questioning Copernican Principle – Which They Appeared In!

In a previous article, I reported on a new documentary, The Principle, which discusses recent evidence questioning the Copernican Principle. Many eminent scientists were interviewed for the film, including Lawrence Krauss, Michio Kaku, Max Tegmark, Julian Barbour, and George Ellis. The film was narrated by Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway of Star Trek). All of them signed releases, were paid, and agreed to be interviewed for a film that would address controversial as well as main stream cosmological ideas. All of them interviewed before the Planck satellite returned its results in... Read The Rest →

AJC: Were all these people duped into making geocentrism film?

It’s not unusual for movie trailers to get sci-fi enthusiasts excited, but the trailer for a small documentary blew up on the Internet this week and briefly left those same nerds just… confused. The film is called “The Principle,” and the trailer features two popular physicists and a voice that’s unmistakable for “Star Trek” fans. “Everything we think we know about our universe is wrong.” The voice you just heard was Kate Mulgrew, most recently known for playing prison chef Galina Reznikov in Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” but... Read The Rest →

Raw Story: ‘I can tell you how Lawrence Krauss ended up in our film. He signed a release form and cashed a check’

This week, The Raw Story created a small avalanche of publicity for a forthcoming movie that was otherwise struggling in obscurity. Called The Principle, it has Star Trek actress Kate Mulgrew as its narrator, and it also features the participation of noted scientists Lawrence Krauss (pictured above) and Michio Kaku. But it was brought to our attention that one of the film’s executive producers is a controversial man named Robert Sungenis, a dedicated Catholic who is convinced that his church was right and Galileo was wrong when they clashed several... Read The Rest →

 
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