Is the earth still circling the sun?

I ask this question because I have seen something I have never seen before, something so earth-shattering that I wonder if the very axis of the earth has shifted, something so incredible that I have to pinch myself to make sure that I’m not living some unbelievably bizarre dream. I half expect the heavens to open and reveal the Second Coming. What could provoke such incredulity in me?

WorldNetDaily has published an article that is science-based and makes sense. A sample:

Much more disturbingly, McCarthy attacked Peet for daring to disagree with her. “She has a lot of [nerve] to come forward and be on that side,” Fox quoted [Jenny] McCarthy as saying, “because there is an angry mob on my side, and I like the fact that I can say she’s completely wrong.”

McCarthy delights in the fact that the force of her opinion comes, not from copious amounts of research, not from firm and reproducible medical and technological evidence, and not even from reasonable and logical speculation, but from legions of irrational and rabidly superstitious parents who simply know that they’re right, regardless of what may be true. Question them, and they will shout you down, insult you and condemn you … all because you dared to oppose their ridiculous and dangerous campaign on the grounds that medical science proves exactly the opposite of what they claim.

See what I mean? This is even more startling a development than if Sarah Palin suddenly had a moment of revelation and realized that she’s utterly unqualified to be President or Vice President. Or maybe Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com suddenly realizing that he’s been supporting quackery all these years and suddenly endorsing Science-Based Medicine.

Man, when WorldNetDaily starts making far more sense than you do, you’ve got a problem. Too bad J. B. Handley, Jenny McCarthy, and their merry band of antivaccinationists are too dense ever to realize that.