Everyone still says "the sun rises in the east and sets in the west". You probably even say it.You'll notice that it's not the rotation of the Earth that was stopped by God, but the movement of the Sun. Which suggests that the Sun revolves around the Earth."
Considering that many kids graduate without knowing how to read and write effectively, why is that a surprise? But I bet even those kids know there aren't 60 U.S. states."Also troubling is the inability of many Americans to distinguish science from pseudoscience... the most glaring — and embarrassing — finding is that 26 percent of us think the sun orbits the Earth. That’s right. One-fourth of us believe that glowing orb is moving around us instead of the other way around."