This one was also sent by several of you... it seems that someone may be trying to set the cosmological cat among the astrophysics chickens...

The Conspiracy Theorist Who Duped The World's Biggest Physicists

Well, the idea of a "center of the universe" is, from one point of view, absurd, but from another, that suggested by "the Axis of Evil", as per the article in our main blog today, really raises the question of a kind of "geopolitics of outer space"... and that really does set the cosmological cat among the astrophysical chickens...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. simonjester on October 12, 2014 at 8:36 pm

    Some scientists backtracking stuff they said for political reasons doesn’t negate the fact that the CMB, and several other things mentioned in the original article about the Planck satellite, are Earth-oriented. Unless that fact is incorrect, which none of he scientists seem to dispute, it really seems pretty damaging to the Copernicus Principle.

  2. kevinxs56 on October 9, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    Even though I am a Star Trek fan, one of the things that has always bothered me about the franchise was that somehow, even though the “earth” was a relative late-comer to the party in terms of warp capabilities or level 1,2 civilization… they somehow managed to be the central planet in the universe, HQ for the Galactic Federation. A very geocentric sort of notion that everything in the universe revolves around us. It has always struck me as quite odd that out of all the other planets in the galaxy, they themselves couldn’t organize into a peaceful fashion for trade, exploration, peace-keeping or commerce without the earth and humans initiating it. I now see that this sort of catholic geocentric concept has always been there, being peached and encouraged in the background.

  3. Lex on October 9, 2014 at 5:15 am

  4. Frankie Calcutta on October 7, 2014 at 8:08 am

    It seems that if the Earth was the center of the Universe, then it would make an ideal location for trading commodities. Maybe Earth is the central exchange for trading gold Universe wide? This might explain the entrenched and noticeably inhuman merchant class that lords over us here on Earth with unmatched cunning. They may have been at this trading game from their central Earth hub since our Universe reached puberty and shed its innocence and lust began. As our merchant class serves as the destroyers of innocence here on Earth, maybe they are the initial destroyers of the innocence of our Universe? Possibly they hop from one Universe to the next, setting up shop at the center and corrupting us with desire for material things?

    Equally possible is that Earth’s bullion merchants have rehypothecated all of Earth’s gold and now the entire Earth is in danger from angry aliens burned by our banksters. In a fit of rage, will the irate aliens blow Earth to smithereens while our carpetbagging banksters save their hides and jump to a new virgin Universe? (Will an alternate Dr. Joseph Farrell be in this new Universe to expose them?) Or will the banksters themselves blow up trading floor Earth to hide their fraud, much like they did when they blew up the WTC and absconded with the gold? Was Mars at one time the central trading hub for the Universe only to be attacked by angry aliens who wanted their gold back? Or was Mars simply sucked dry of all its commodities including possibly the most valuable commodity of all– water? Could our banksters be attempting the same thing and our currently in the process of selling off all the Earth’s water? This would explain why so many aquifers, including the giant one under California, are now bone dry. How easy it would be to drain an aquifer with deep tunneling machinery. Is that what they are really doing below ground? Maybe all of Earth’s water is being traded off planet.

    And what other commodities would they be robbing Earth of to be traded out in the Universe? How about honey bees? Who doesn’t love honey with its sweet taste and powerful antimicrobial properties? Possibly it is the antibiotic of choice for advanced civilizations reeling like us Earthlings from the ravages of pathogenic bacteria. And petroleum? Maybe this great lubricant is being shipped off to those planets whose worn crust is no longer self-lubricating. And oxygen? Maybe we are not witnessing here on Earth a rise in CO2 but a man made reduction in oxygen.

    Lastly, and most morbidly, maybe Earth is a trading floor in souls. Maybe this is the bankster’s most bountiful harvest and greatest commodity for universal trade. Possibly every war casualty and abortion infanticide is really a carefully planned culling for the purpose of bagging souls for market. And maybe some souls are more valuable than others, like the souls of youths and innocents. It is even in the realm of possibility that modern, thinly disguised blood sacrifices and ancient public ones are a form of advertisement or a method of communication to the alien ghouls who would be in the market for Earth souls. A vile thought indeed but this kind of shock to the medium would no doubt reverberate throughout the Universe.

    • Antron Argaiv on October 14, 2014 at 6:36 am

      You’ll have to compete with the Ferengi, and they have a head start.

  5. marcos toledo on October 6, 2014 at 1:22 pm

    This was first brought to my attention in a article on the website io9. Either this jerk is a overage brat what to be clown or confirmation of how dangerous the Western Europeans are this isn’t the only childish fantasy their been willing to pimp and kill for master race anybody the Bible as the only history of the world. How about the landmasses are portrayed on a world map. I could go on but I assume you get the picture.

  6. Robert Barricklow on October 6, 2014 at 8:16 am

  7. LGL on October 6, 2014 at 6:46 am

    “The Principle” reeks of fundamentalism.

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