Copernicus and Galileo Got It Wrong

Posted by HB Saturday, March 13, 2010
Five hundred years ago, this guy, Copernicus, got it wrong.

 So did this guy, Galileo, who supported Copernicus' heliocentric theory that the sun was the center of the universe.

The microwave oven is actually the center of the universe. I found this out first hand when ours quit working last week. The sun may have its place in photosynthesis, solar eclipses, global warming and other trivial stuff, but without a microwave, there is no popcorn, cheese crisps, oatmeal, burritos, leftover taco casserole, steamed corn in a bag or nachos.

Who needs the sun? That is what light bulbs are for, but how do you live without a microwave?

1 Responses to Copernicus and Galileo Got It Wrong

  1. Steve Says:
  2. hb, At least these two Italian astronomers were closer to the truth than the only Christian church at the time, whose doctrine proclaimed the Geocentric theory of the universe, or that the earth was the center and the sun, moon and stars rotated around it. Steve Case

     

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