What in the world are these people so afraid of, you might legitimately wonder?
What is it about our dynamite little indie science film that has the powers shaking and trembling so much that they are reduced to drearily predictable efforts to make "The Principle", somehow, about the Jews?
I keep telling you.
The Copernican Principle is the most powerful idea in the modern world; in fact the modern world is brought into existence by this idea.
The very last thing that some folks want, is for you to actually see the shocking, profoundly unexpected (from within Copernican Principle assumptions) evidence of Earth-oriented structure on the very largest scales of the observable cosmos.
But "The Principle" has that evidence.
And, by the way, Lawrence Krauss still has not answered the question.
Stay tuned from here on in, because this story is about to get very, very much bigger than probably anyone would have been prepared to believe.
Now, I expect, some of those who have been following this film are beginning to get a sense that I have not been exaggerating the importance, and the uniquely daring nature, of our film.
PS: Pay very close attention in the coming days. So far only Krauss has decided to try and discredit a film he has never seen (and the link above will tell you my best guess as to why).
Everyone else involved has, so far, retained a decent consideration for the idea that one ought to see a film, before one dismisses it (or embraces it, for that matter).
I promise you, at the end of the day, "The Principle" will stand and speak for itself, and I would advise those who might be tempted to follow Krauss to bear in mind that it will speak very powerfully.