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Published on Nov 15, 2012
Part one in a series on geocentrism, this video takes a wry look at the subject and how it stacks up against basic observations. This part looks at whether the geocentrist explanation of the seasons holds any merit, why Polaris doesn't move and how basic observations of the inner and outer planets hold up to the ideas of the geocentrist. A simple introduction is given to relevant concepts, providing topic pointers for the viewer who wants to find out more for themselves.
Subtitles: English Guidance: Contains some mild language within a comedy context.
* I noticed after completing this video that the introduction should have said "Over two thousand years after Aristarchus" not "Nearly one thousand".