Guys, we arent going to have to eat for months after this. More roasted Creationist, this time from William Dembski, Megalomania-TARD:
I ve gotten to know the producers quite well. As far as I can tell, they made sure to budget for lawsuits. Also, I know for a fact that they have one of the best intellectual property attorneys in the business. I expect that the producers made their video close enough to the Harvard video to get tongues awagging (Headline: Harvard University Seeks Injunction Against Ben Stein and EXPELLED you think that might generate interest in the movie?), but different enough so that they are unexposed.So they knew from the beginning that they were making a Frankenstein 'Inner Life.' They knew they were copying 'Inner Life', and budgeted for 'if they got caught.' They hired 'one of the best copyright lawyerz in dah biz', just in case 'they got caught.'
Sooo... This fiasco is the definition of malicious copyright infringement.
It was a nice touch on the producer s part to use the same music as the XVIVO video. Presumably they got permission from the artist is that another possible oversight to explore? But then again, one of the producers was for years in the music business. So most likely they re covered here as well.DUDE! You stole the music too?!?!?! I didnt know that. Thanks Mega-TARD.
BOTTOM LINE: Before you think the producers of EXPELLED are idiots, you might think that they are chess players who have seen several moves ahead. For instance, have you ever thought who stood to gain the most from the Machine Video featured at UD a week ago?Yeah, "Creationists caught stealing someone elses work. Again." isnt much of a headline, is it? Put it right next to "Dog bites man" on the front page, eh?
Your lying. Its pathologic. Seek professional help.