I usually dont review pages I disagree with

Published November 12th, 2006 by Bobby Henderson

I usually don’t review pages I disagree with, but I’ve stumbled this page a few times now… If methodological naturalism is to be used unwaveringly in science (which has not always been the case), then it renders the discipline potentially impotent to answer fundamental questions that it might otherwise provide insight on. Acknowledging that there are certain situations in which data may be interpreted in ways that at least suggest alternatives to ontological naturalism seems like the kind of thing that might increase interest in science. Specific ID models (if they’re to be presented at all) must only be considered based on their merits with respect to the data and their explanatory power (thus excluding young-earth creationism and FSM).

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162 Responses to “I usually dont review pages I disagree with”

  1. Peeden says:

    what i want to know is did this man (the author of the hate mail) have to waste the time of his and our lives to complain about one of millions of satirical sites here on the internet. For God’s (or whatever you please) sake why don’t you just keep your buisness to yourself. You don’t see any of these people going on to sites for christianity or judaism and blasting the fundamentals of those religions

    -RAmen

  2. chris says:

    Do you:

    A.) Write in such a manner to get chicks?

    B.) Seriously go around and “review” web sites (but only ones you agree with)?

    Seriously?

  3. Jack Sparrow says:

    @Jesus loves me.

    Its not that hard to make a song just like that, except about FSM.

    FSM touched me! this I know,
    For his website tells me so.
    spaghetti is to Him belong;
    they are noodly and He is strong.

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm touched me! touched me for ages,
    ‘with noodly appendages,
    So that pasta may be always be free,
    I went and ate spaghetti up a tree.

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm touched me! He who’s eyes
    are rested on spaghetti yet they open wide;
    they will see to pasta all over.
    pasta everywhere, all the way to dover.
    (sorry, FSM couldnt think of anything that ryhmes with over!)

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    FSM touched me! His pasta sways
    close on my shoulder all the way.
    he has meat balls and bolognaise sauce
    He can touch me yet he uses no force.

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm touched me because I’m good.
    When I eat the things I should.
    Fsm touched me because I’m mad,
    Because I believe in PASTA! now thats sad.

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    I ate Fsm, does He know?
    Have I ever told Him so?
    Fsm likes to hear me say,
    That I eat Him every day!

    Yes, I eat Fsm!
    Yes, I eat Fsm!
    Yes, I eat Fsm!
    In pirate costumes I tell Him so.

    Now you know he is tasty,
    At most he made me pasty.
    Accept Him in your stomach today,
    Then in beer volcanoes you’ll stay!

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm touched me this I know
    As I eat all of him alone.
    And His light shines to me
    It’s noodlified! can’t you see?

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm touched me, this I love,
    All great noodles are from above;
    Though I sin, the Lord forgives,
    Even though i’ve eaten him, still He lives!

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    Fsm knows the pirates I know,
    eats for me at our pasta’s throne;
    His appendage helps me to comply,
    Yes,Fsm is my supply.

    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    Yes, Fsm touched me!
    His website tells me so.

    HIP! HIP! HORAY!!!

    Now I could argue that Fsm told me that song, and it would be just as valid as ur argument

  4. Jack Sparrow says:

    And by the way IN NO WAY did I write the song. It was all a noodly appendage that touched my keyboard. I saw it!

  5. 'trick says:

    Methodological naturalism assumes that the supernatural is outside of science, while ontological naturalism assumes that the supernatural does not exist at all. Anything supernatural that is testable using the scientific method is no longer supernatural because it then turns into something that is natural. To me this is semantics since you can say that anything that is supernatural (that truly exists) is actually natural, even if it cannot be proved scientifically (or proved at this point in time scientifically). Also note that not having scientific evidence does not nessarily remove scientific probability. For example, we have no evidence that life on other planets exist, however, given the sheer numbers of stars and planets in the universe, it is more probable that life on another planet somewhere does exist.

    What also must be noted… is that just because something has no evidence on a scientific level, does not necessarily make it illogical on a philosophical level. Not sure why I am noting this since it really has nothing to do with science and does not address the initial statement. I’m just rambling I guess.

    May his noodlyness be with you.
    RAmen

  6. Wench Nikkiee says:

    RAmen ‘trick.

  7. Penne says:

    -all that touching…………your sure he’s not just a priest in noodle’s clothing?

  8. Booyah Saki says:

    The funny thing is that some of the poster’s sentences aren’t even complete or grammatically correct. That is what the Pastafarian community calls “Talking a lot and saying nothing.”

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