I just read a blog advocating the geocentric model and just wanted to drop some math on ya.
In order for just the other stars in our galaxy to travel around the earth every day they would need to travel at 5,451,388 light-years per second, and would emit enough radiation from the conflicting centrifugal and centripetal force to vaporize everything in the galaxy.
Furthermore the earth would have to have a gravitational field hundreds of billions of times that of the sun in order to make them revolve around the earth at just the slow-poke speed they actually move, not the 7.5 billion times the speed of light they would be travelling at which would necessitate far more gravity and be far more devastating.
Furthermore if you add in all the other galaxies all of these figures increase exponentially. Rather than 5 million lightyears per second the galaxies outside of our own would be traveling at over one quadrillion light-years per second in order to travel around the earth every 24 hours.
People believe this.
Creationism DVDs are a tax on people who are bad at math : )