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Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

21 Jan



This is the church of the Flying Spaghetti monster. It is a kind of hoax, but then not really, it questions religion and the theory of Creationism and if everyone is different in what they believe in then the question arises “what creation story should we teach?” obviously, we don’t. Which is the whole point, and this kind of chastises people and all the creation stories out there. Don’t get me wrong, people have a religion because they need something to believe in, which is fine, the thing that heats me up is when people try to project their religion/beliefs onto others. Then it’s like well, let’s see what science says about this. I’m sorry but to believe that we don’t evolve and that god/ a deity created us because they could, is simply unrealistic, there is just too much evidence [which is facts and facts are hypothesis that have been tested over and over again in realistic situations and have not failed] pointing to evolution. How do you explain fossils? Did god put them there? To what? Give geologists and anthropologists something to do? Did Darwin stumble upon the wrong kind of idea when he noticed that finches that perfectly co-existed could only do so on the basis of a balance? That each bird had a different beak because they ate different things because that’s the trait that was given to them through ancestry so that they could SURVIVE…was he wrong? It only took him 29 years to make his book, and 5 years dedicated to the Finches. I mean, sorry people, but in all simplicity the bible, the Qur’an, the holy book, is just a book of rules, and something we still iconize as a form of tradition than anything else. We don’t kill others because the bible says it’s a sin, we do it because we have common sense [because our brain evolved] and it’s not very nice. Because there are real life consequences, like Jail. Because for every action there is an equal reaction. Karma if you must. But don’t come up to anyone, projecting something that you solely believe in because it’s you. If it’s what you think, what you are, then by all means, go for it. But don’t preach, it’s just plain idiocy to think that your religion is correct above all others.

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