In this he is, without the slightest doubt, correct.
The entire thread is very much worth a read, as a useful insight into how important it is- especially in matters of science- to recall that not all dots are white.
A very interesting discussion on geocentrism is underway at Stacy Trasanco's blog.
I am engaged on the question with a young fellow who has a degree in astronomy, and who is becoming acquainted with the astonishing, universe-spanning Axis in the Cosmic Microwave Background, which is aligned with crucial features of the relative motions of Earth and Sun.
This astonishing alignment of the largest structure in the visible universe, with supposedly insignificant Earth, has been dubbed the "Axis of Evil".
Evil because the standard concordance model of cosmology provides absolutely no reason at all to suspect that there should be any alignment whatsoever between the CMB, the "oldest light in the Universe" according to the standard model, and Earth, which is asserted not to have come into existence until nine billion years after the fact.
The geocentric model, on the other hand, ascribes a cosmological significance to precisely this plane.
My most recent comment having been tied up in moderation at Stacy's blog, I reproduce it here, and invite interested parties to follow and join the discussion.
Paul: In fact, looking from north to south pole, the dipole moment suggests a motion of our sun with respect to the CMB that is at a ~45 degree angle.