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Dr. Sayyid Explains It All

This suggests to me that doctorates are a bit easier to come by in Egypt than in the U.S..

More from early 2005 here, which I evidently missed the first time around:

Dr. ‘Abd Baset Sayyid: The centrality [of Mecca] has been proven scientifically. How? When they traveled to outer space and took pictures of the earth, they saw that it is a dark, hanging sphere. The man said, “Earth is a dark hanging sphere ? who hung it?”

Interviewer: Who said that?

Dr. ‘Abd Baset Sayyid: [Neil] Armstrong. Armstrong was basically trying to say: Allah is the one who hung it. They discovered that Earth emits radiation, and they wrote about this on the web. They left the item there for 21 days, and then they made it disappear.

Interviewer: Why did they make it disappear?

Dr. ‘Abd Baset Sayyid: There was intent there?

Loopy space “science” and paranoia…someone should introduce him to Bruce!

And still more, from March of last year:

Abd Baset Sayyid: They discovered that the stone [a piece of the kaaba in Mecca] was a type of semi-conductor. Semi-conductors led to the development of electronics. Take a large radio – a radio this size. How? Instead of the light bulb we used to put inside the radio, they began to make them as small as a crystal this size.


Karnar from NASA took one piece of the stone from the British Museum. He charged it with a million telephone wires, yet the stone withstood it. He charged it with 100 million telephone wires, yet the stone withstood it. This piece of stone was the size of a chickpea. He found that this stone emits invisible radiation. He found that a stone the size of a chickpea emits 100 rays. Each ray can pass through 10,000 people.

It’d be amusing to poke around here to see if there is any further information on what exactly the good doctor is a doctor of, but unfortunately the site doesn’t load. I guess I’ll have to settle for reading more of Dick Teresi’s book, from which I am learning that so-called “Western” science was actually stolen from other cultures…

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