Video response to Bill O'Reilly and his video, "Where did it all come from?" which you can watch here:
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It's a BLAST FROM THE PAST! Yes, this video was done in 2011 in response to Bill O'Reilly's frankly hilarious response to a question about the tides "going in and going out." Would it hurt him to actually look this stuff up instead of shouting down his guests? I admit, at the time this video first came out, I could have done a better job making points against O'Reilly by going further on research regarding the origin of the Moon, but I'm surprised at the evolution of my video making process from three years ago to today. To this day, I wonder if O'Reilly will ever drop the whole "tide goes in, tide goes out" talking point.
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