Do Some People Suffer from Pastigmatism? July 19, 2011

Do Some People Suffer from Pastigmatism?

I can’t believe none of my science professors ever taught me about the true evolution of the eyes:


(via Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster)

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  • Anonymous

    irreducibly delicious  

  • You probably already know this, but your blog header graphic appears as a blank with a red x box……

  • Never mind, it just got fixed.

  • dauntless

    On the origin of the spaghetti

  • Anonymous

    Exactly how does the archaeological evidence for the Flying Spaghetti Monster stack up against supporting archaeological evidence for  the Holy Bible?

    If  archaeological evidence for the FSM is completely and utterly non-existant, then how is this even remotely considered a valid comparison?

  • It… makes so much sense now. I’m officially converted!

  • Kevin_Of_Bangor

    No, it is not fixed. Sometimes I see it, sometimes I don’t.

  • Kevin_Of_Bangor

    No, it is not fixed. Sometimes I see it, sometimes I don’t.

  • Charles Black

    See if we listen to the Noodliness who only exists as a voice in our heads instead of heathen scientists, we’ll have solved the mystery of creation by now. 🙂

  • I first read this as Pastigmata, and I got excited for pictures.

  • Same here. Sometimes the banner shows up, and sometimes it doesn’t.

  • Michael

    Hello, JDCurtis.

    If you have evidence supporting the bible then feel free to post it here. Quite likely it has already been debunked somewhere but regulars on this blog will find it easier to locate that kind of thing for you out of simple experience.

    Sorry, but simply asking people to address “The archaeological evidence” isn’t going to be very helpful because there are so many different claims of  
    archaeological evidence, most of which are paper-thin, that we don’t know whether you’re talking about something credible or the virgin mary’s face in a fossilized stone-age pizza.

    Look forward to seeing this evidence.

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