For the anniversary of Copernicus's birthday some charming person left this comment (now deleted) at one of my music posts in which I posted Gorecki's The Copernican:
"Copernicus is great example of how religion opposed science and progress. Religelous [sic] lords were happy propagating their fairy tales, keeping people in dark and controlling them by indoctrinating fear of imaginary sky daddy in people. It was great people like copernicus, [sic] Galileo, Newton who paved the way for science and progress of humanity. But no one remembers scientists but will pray some fake god men/profits or will die for cinema stars. Humans enjoy benefits of science but never recognise [sic] its true worth______"
Anyone wishing to answer that statement in the comment box is more than welcome.
But if you're up for something else, then listen to Gorecki's awesome 2nd symphony, The Copernican: