The folks over at "1001 Inventions" must be the biggest bunch of cowardly crybabies who've ever made a video. I've never seen anyone so paranoid about having their claims criticized. Anyhow, the video has been reposted on DailyMotion, GodTube, and Vimeo. We'll see how long they're up! Better download a copy now while you've got the chance.
Wow! LiveLeak took down my response to "1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets." This is insane. "Fair Use" was designed so that people like me could criticize other people's work. And now both LiveLeak and YouTube have declared that Fair Use doesn't apply on their sites. Anyhow, here's a copy of the video that someone uploaded to YouTube. Expect an update later today when YouTube takes it down
I added the video to LiveLeak. I'll keep this one up until YouTube restores the original video.
Our Muslim friends at 1001 Inventions filed a FALSE copyright infringement notification with YouTube, claiming that I simply reuploaded their video to YouTube. Copyright law protects my right to post short clips of copyrighted material for purposes of education and criticism, so 1001 Inventions was forced to file a FALSE complaint. Sadly, I had to give an Islamic supremacist group my home address as part of the counter-claim. I'm sure YouTube will restore my video as soon as they look at it, but that can take up to ten days.
I didn't know it was possible to make so many mistakes in a 13-minute film, but when integrity has gone out the window, anything is possible.
"1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets" is so horrendously deceptive, it will take a few videos to scratch the surface. In this first response, I discuss Islam's contribution to science.
If you'd like to see what propaganda looks like, here you go: