The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - The Blunders of Science - What's the Matter with Evolution? Summary & Analysis

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The Blunders of Science - What's the Matter with Evolution? Summary

Henderson equates the gradual change of species with his grandfather, chalking it up to old age. Despite a scientist friend pointing out that changes in species take generations, Henderson presents his own research findings to counteract evolutionary "wacky ideas."

In a "closer examination of natural selection,"' he finds that there is also sexual selection; so the reader is encouraged to masturbate on the second concept as he shreds the first. His first shredding of natural selection is the platypus, which seems to have no common sense adaptation as the only mammal with a duck bill. He next shreds bacteria. As it has grown resistant to antibiotics, it is getting smarter as a result of common sense versus adapting for necessity. He also dismisses humans...

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