The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - The Blunders of Science - Unified Spaghetti Theory Summary & Analysis

Bobby Henderson (FSM)
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The Blunders of Science - Unified Spaghetti Theory Summary

This chapter shows how to physically create life and how that process correlates to making spaghetti. The recipe for life includes a giant pot of boiling water and spaghetti-shaped, elementary particles (subatomic string) and salt. Henderson explains how to convert these strings into fusilli-shaped DNA to form life. His theory is that these "strings" are in fact spaghetti, despite what pagans might claim, and thus the world is in essence an eternal bowl of spaghetti created after FSM's image.

Although man does not look like spaghetti, we were created to resemble FSM's ideal image, the Pirate. Henderson warns that if technological trends make us too lazy, humans will start to resemble pasta. He suggests we all become Pastafarians and live the way of the pirate before it's too late...

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