• Mark S. (not for Shea)

    Source? I’m extremely curious what other kinds of a whack-a-doodle clothing they might have.

    • Nick Corrado

      Check the image url; it’s from
      I’ve never heard of them, but this shirt was hilarious!

  • Deacon Nathan Alllen

    Wait! I was just reading Plato’s Timaeus, and he says the moon forms the first orbit above the earth and the sun is in the second, but this looks like they’re claiming something different from Platonic Trvth. Is there no end to the controversy?

  • Rosemarie


    Of course, the shirt is closer to the Ptolemaic system than the Tychonic system, assuming that’s a planet (Mercury or Venus?) between the sun and moon. Modern geocentrism adheres to the less well-known Tychonic system.

    I like the t-shirt on that site that says “Thank God for Science.”

  • James H, London

    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry…

  • Dave G.

    I’m not one for T-Shirt humor, but this made me laugh.

  • Billy Bagbom