||[Oct. 9th, 2007|04:28 pm]
Found this on the train: Independent, 9th October, page 30, Letters to the Editor.|
Sir: I agree that creationism should be discussed alongside the theory of evolution (letters, 8 October). It is important for students to hear multiple views [...] and the reams of scientific results proving the existence of evolution are a result of the Flying Spaghetti Monster changing the evidence with His Noodly Appendages.The debate is afoot.
Perhaps, one day, we can look forward to the time when all three theories are given equal emphasis in our science classrooms: one third of the time for creationism, one third devoted to Flying Spaghetti Monsterism, and one third for the teaching of logical conjecture based on overwhelming observable evidence.
I should think so too. About time somebody came up with a sensible, balanced approach. Hear, hear!
*deeeeep breath* FOR THE LAST TIME, CREATIONALISM IS NOT, REPEAT NOT, A SCIENTIFIC THEORY!!!!!
2007-10-09 10:47 pm (UTC)
Re: Missing the Boat
It's a theory, perhaps not a very scientific one.
Good to see the FSM beginning to take it's rightful place alongside creationism. :-)
You seem to have added some extra letters to that word. Take out the "AL", then the "A" and the "O". There you go; now you have a word that accurately descibes the belief that a magic space pixie created the world in 6 days around 6,000 years ago.
2007-10-10 08:41 pm (UTC)
That letter was superb