BTW, it looks as if Salyavin was correct about the way this "The Principle" video was made, with the producers misleading the "experts" and even (see quote that follows from Wikipedia) the narrator as to what the nature of the show they were producing was.
I happen to know the producer of the "What the Bleep..." videos, and know that they were made the same way, with the producers lying to the supposed onscreen "scientists" and "experts" about what their film/agenda was really about, and then taking their actual comments completely out of context within the film itself. This is the sort of garbage that JohnR feels is authoritative. What a wanker... Claims Following the release of the film's trailer, narrator Kate Mulgrew said that she was misinformed as to the purpose of the documentary. Max Tegmark claims that DeLano "cleverly tricked a whole bunch of us scientists into thinking that they were independent filmmakers doing an ordinary cosmology documentary, without mentioning anything about their hidden agenda." George Ellis has said that "I was interviewed for it but they did not disclose this agenda, which of course is nonsense. I don't think it's worth responding to -- it just gives them publicity. To ignore is the best policy. But for the record, I totally disavow that silly agenda." Michio Kaku said that the film was likely "clever editing" of his statements and bordered on "intellectual dishonesty" and Lawrence Krauss said he had no recollection of being interviewed for the film and would have refused to be in it if he had known more about it. Julian Barbour claims he never gave permission to be in the film. The Principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Principle is a 2014 American documentary film produced by Rick Delano and Robert Sungenis questioning the Copernican principle and discussing geocentricism. The film opened in Chicago on October 24, 2014. The film is narrated by Kate Mulgrew and features scientists such ... View on en.wikipedia.org Preview by Yahoo ________________________________ From: "TurquoiseBee turquoi...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> To: "FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> Sent: Thursday, November 6, 2014 7:17 AM Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Mars had Life Heh. I knew you'd love this BS, jr. It's right up your alley, *including* attempts to redefine the universe as Earth-centric. It's like New Age Self-Importance Meets Medieval Cosmology Re-expressed As Woo Woo Physics. :-) You seem to be under the impression, however, that we actually CARE about what YOU believe. I can't speak for Sal, but given the way that you've demonstrated your mind works over the years on this forum, nothing you believe could *possibly* interest me. Therefore I'll let you find the "real video" and report on it here to those as gullible as yourself. :-) ________________________________ From: "jr_...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, November 5, 2014 11:24 PM Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Mars had Life Salyavin and Barry, Both of you have jumped to conclusions, which is very typical with the way you think, about the content of this video. As you have seen, the video is only a teaser or excerpt of the real video--which you have not seen. Therefore, you've made criticism about something you don't know anything about and have assumed what the content of the video is. Both of you are not rational. You are delusional. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote : From: salyavin808 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <noozguru@...> wrote : Gosh, that might really ruined Salyavin's day. :-D Why? They possibly found life there in the 70's but they landed the rover in the wrong place and two of the three experiments they had on board to test for life weren't designed for the terrain they found themselves in. The one experiment that possibly did find life was discounted as they did it on a majority vote. All expeditions to Mars since then have worked on the basis that there is no life and they haven't repeated the original experiments to make sure. Why would discovering life anywhere ruin my day? I can't work that bit out. You aren't going to get anywhere by asking questions of John, Sal. As I've pointed out many times and as you yourself have noticed, no possibility of actual dialogue exists with someone who is as gullible, feeble-minded, devoid of reasoning skills, and convinced of the Absolute Truth of the silly things he believes as he is. He's the kinda guy who would actually *believe* the horseshit in this video I found on FB: The Principle | Facebook The Principle | Facebook Why are leading atheists freaking out about this new documentary? Why are they trying to hide the evidence? View on www.facebook.com Preview by Yahoo You'll love this, Salyavin. You thought that *Hagelin* misuses science to present hokum as if it were science? Wait until you watch *these* supposed "scientists" jump through hoops to "prove" their notion of a God in this astounding exercise in self-importance. They're actually trying to go back in time to the notion of an Earth-centric universe. Wow, it's a bit of a deliberately bombastic explosion of insinuation. I think there's a lot of out-of-context quotes here, and also a lot of media scientists with books to plug who probably didn't know they were being co-opted into some sort of religious thing. What I like the most, however, is the notion of "leading atheists" freaking out that someone came up with in the teaser line for this video. What on earth do they think constitutes "leading atheists?" Do they think we non-theists have *contests* in which we sit around competing for first place, shouting "No, *I* believe less in the Invisible Man In The Sky than you do!?" :-) I don't know what evidence they are supposed to be hiding! It's pretty obvious this is an amazing place - possibly the only place with sentient life anywhere, that makes it special to me, but is there a religious principle behind it? I don't think so, and I'd be surprised if some of the scientists on there I recognised thought so. It's a poor physicist that concludes there is a god just because they don't have an immediate answer for something. It's easier than thinking for sure but accepting magic as an explanation isn't what they're paid for! I suspect that the makers of this video have edited it highly suggestively and creatively. Just like people did with the recent NDE research and just about everything else I come across on the net. The conspiracy gathers pace! But that's JohnR to a T, just another irrational theist imagining a "gotcha" in some imaginary battle against atheists that's happening only inside his own head. *Just* as he did when he hoped that his silly hokum about Mars would "ruin your day." Oh, I think that was Bhairitu! He must have misunderstood me if he wants egg on my face.... Yes. On 11/04/2014 03:30 PM, jr_esq@... [FairfieldLife] wrote: > >The NASA chief also claimed it may have life now. It appears that NASA is about to make an official statement regarding its findings on Mars based on data from the rovers. Stay tuned. > > >http://www.examiner.com/article/mars-did-and-might-have-life-says-nasa-boss >