I find myself agreeing with Lardfork.
Buy your own! BTW I am not affiliated with Lardfork in any way. I just think heliocentrism rawks.
I’m a barycentrist myself.
Damn. I wish I had extra spending money right now. I want.
Nerds called.. they want their clothes back.
I’m a geocentrist!
Fools! There is no center! I guess that makes me an a-centrist.
I’m more of an ego-centrist myself.
BTW, how do we get off the BA’s god-awful-all-encompassing-over-hyphenated spam filter list? If it just blocks off large blocks of IPs, then is there an exception list?
My opinion of orbit and of climate are both heliocentric.
Now now, tell the truth please. The Earth and Sun orbits around a common focal point, so technically…. Ah…. that will never look good on a T-shirt…
I love it too.
It is truly pathetic that the shirt is a weird type of inside joke.
quiz show video
Hey, how’d you get a yellow one? That color must not be available anymore…
I don’t know… I kind of enjoy a flat earth being the center of the universe while resting upon an endless pillar of turtles.
But isn’t the sun, and by extension the Earth, revolving around the black hole in the center of our galaxy? What would be the word for that – Holecentrist?
A while ago (I think it was on his birthday), Wil Wheaton wrote a bit about how many miles he’s traveled through space in his thirty-some-odd-years on this rock orbiting the sun. It was pretty funny and amazing, and if I was a little more ambitious, I suppose I’d go dig around for the entry, but I’m a lazy man.
Heliocentrism is a lie.
Well, I got the Schroedinger T-Shirt. Just cos I’m THAT sort of geek.
…Besides, I couldn’t find the yellow Heliocentric shirt….
I do like the Schrodinger t-shirt. Unfortunately, I have too many goofy shirts and not enough opportunity to wear them as is.
But since all motion is relative, doesn’t that mean I’m the center of the universe?
Tim G, Wow. Just wow. I have to hope the audience was all voting that way just to screw with him…
“But since all motion is relative, doesnâ€™t that mean Iâ€™m the center of the universe?”
You’re not from my point of reference.
*Ahem*, Phil, is that a ladies shirt? That seems to be the only version available in “banana” on the order page.
I’m glade you feel secure enough in your….testosteronehood to wear it. Not that there is anything wrong with that.
I am reminded of Michael’s “unisex” suit on The Office.
Michelle said, “Heliocentrism is a lie.”
Now that’s a good T-shirt idea as well.
Come to think of it, â€œHeliocentrism is a lie.â€ would be a good thing
to say to anyone wearing one of those yellow shirts.
The thing about the Schrodinger shirt is if you throw it in the washing machine, it will disintegrate or come out clean, dry and folded. Maybe.
Heliocentric is a good band name.
I don’t think I can buy from a site that uses the word “wimmin” more than once. Seriously. Stop that. Or I’ll start using “menettes”.
Do they have testosterone hoodies?
I’m also non-centrist. I don’t think “centers” exist.
Hey! Thanks for the link.
Yellow should be an option- if it isn’t, then Spreadshirt might have stopped offering it. I’ll double check that tonight.
I’ll also toss a few â€œmenettes” in there too.
Personally, I believe in the eventual heat-death of the universe – – – I’m a Kelvinist.
Skeptical Inquirer published a periodic table that had criticisms to atomic theory similar to the ones creationists use on evolutionary theory. That would also make a good T-shirt.
It would have to be yellow!! Does it come in white???
Based on gravitational lensing the cosmos is likely “ventriloquistcentric”. Data appears to be coming from point A but is actually coming from point B which is being affected by point C….
i am officially buying this for myself once christmas comes around.
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