The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - The Blunders of Science - The Need for Alternative Theories Summary & Analysis

Bobby Henderson (FSM)
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The Blunders of Science - The Need for Alternative Theories Summary

Henderson points out that evolution is an unproven theory, and those who believe in Intelligent Design (ID) have a valid point that other theories should be taught in the class room, as one is no better than another, unless proven otherwise. He uses gravity as an example and formally submits that he believes the Flying Spaghetti Monster is behind this force, keeping us pushed down with his noodly appendages. He rationalizes that this is why humans have become taller over the centuries; with an increase in population, the FSM could not keep his appendages on everyone at one time. With such sound science and observations, he is convinced that if "Newtonism" is taught as fact in terms of gravity, time should be made to include...

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