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Ancient Egypt evidence

Published August 23rd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Pastafarian Daniel discovered this 5000 year old drawing of our Lord.


The Spaghetti Constant

Published June 22nd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I work as a scientist in the area of coating nanotechnology, or more precisely in the development of so called nano sputtering methods. Nano sputtering is a way to position single atoms or clusters of many atoms onto a surface to form a pattern with a nanometer thickness. Often the result is rather random; it is a little bit like firing off a shotgun against a wall with the atoms as shots. My research is aiming for methods to fine-tune the sputtering in order to achieve a desired pattern and thickness instead of just a random pattern, and I did recently a quite fantastic discovery I would like to disclose at your web site. An important parameter is the Diertmann-Zeigler value (d/z value) which easily can be understood as the lateral spin energy of the atom when the Möbier coefficient is set to 1 in the equation below:

When the d/z value is continually changed from 0.24 (which is focal zero point) to 9.56 (which is van Haank’s theoretical maximum) the achieved atom pattern should according to the theory be totally random. However, according to my findings there is one single value (d/z = 1.115) which does not give a random pattern, but always exactly the same pattern (see below).

The d/z value 1.115 is equal to π/e and obviously a natural constant which I hereby would like to denominate the spaghetti constant s.

Dr. Erik Ronne


glow in the dark

Published May 16th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson



glow in the dark spaghetti & (bouncing) meatballs… found at archie mcphee’s in seattle. on that day, i took this amazing visage as an omen that the almighty noodler wanted me to just chill the fuck out. yes, watch out for choking on small balls. ironically, this sighting immediately followed the minor nationwide rash of teabagger parties.

the beach shot was taken new year’s day on rockaway beach, oregon coast… indeed a sign of good things to come!




Evidence in Chile

Published May 7th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson



I´m Stefan from Australia. I´m currently backpacking through South America at the moment. I was in the city of Castro, on Isla Grande de Chiloé (Chile) last week when I came across an Italian Pizza/PASTA restaurant with a mural on the wall above it which suggests to me that the word of the FSM is spreading.

In Exhibit 1, we can clearly see His noodly appendage in the artwork on the left.

Exhibit 2 clearly shows what appears to be an interpretation of Michaelangelo´s “Creation of Adam”, much like what devout Pastafarians would be familiar with, with something very noodly-looking handing a piece of pizza to what appears to be a “midgit” Adam.

I knew when I saw it that I had been touched by the FSM. What a blessing! So seeing that it was Friday and I was very hungry, I went inside and enjoyed a nice big plate of spaghetti for lunch.


Pastafarian Stefan


impressions in the sand

Published May 5th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson



I recently learned of the FSM but didn’t take it seriously, as I thought it was intended to mock Christianity….but then, as if by the power of Marinara, I came across this undeniable evidence while on a road trip to Las Vegas. I was on I-80 near Reno, NV when I found these impressions left in the sand. There can be no other explanation.

– Duke
Alexandria, MN


More Evidence that His Noodliness Created the Universe

Published May 3rd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


Behold! Astronomers have discovered even more evidence that His Noodliness created the Universe and blessed it with rum-swilling Pirates:

The centre of the Galaxy also tastes of raspberries, which make an excellent dessert following a hearty meal of spaghetti, meatballs, and grog.

And there’s more! Not only did He imbue our galaxy with the divine scent of rum, but He crafted its instrument of intoxication as well!

The molecules are thought to form when chemicals that already exist on some dust grains, such as ethanol, link together to make more complex chains.

Booze in space. Can there be any evidence more convincing that His Noodliness loves us?


-Pastafarian Julian


Ancient FSM worshipping in sweden

Published April 30th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


As a fairly fresh pastafarian i recently was blessed by his noodly precense when making plans for midsummer celebration.

In sweden we’ve had a pagan summer solstice celebration since at least the 13’th century, dancing around a flower covered installation.

And mark my word, i was astonished when i saw the resemblance to the holy carbohydrate-creator.

Pastafarian Re-Actor


mystery snow print

Published April 17th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


This imprint was found today on a snowy field in Orivesi, Finland. People are trying to figure out what made this kind or prints in the snow. Some are guessing it was a meteorite, others think it was just caused by melting water. But we know the truth, right?

Pastafarian anni,


molecular FSM

Published January 15th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson
Microscopic fibers coil together – photo cred. Aizenberg/Harvard. click for more.

What at first resembles a sea anemone clasping two pearls is really a micrometer-scale construct created through a new technique devised at Harvard University.

To make these objects, materials science professor Joanna Aizenberg, applied math professor L. Mahadevan, and colleagues fabricate an array of hairlike, epoxy fibers poking up from a substrate, which they then submerge in a liquid such as ethanol or tolulene. As the liquid evaporates, capillary forces cause the flexible hairs to clump and then twist together.

The ropelike structures formed can themselves twine with other ropes. “The process is similar to the formation of dreadlocks” from wet, curly hair, Aizenberg explains.

Sea anemone clasping pearls?

The above photo/excerpt came from Chemical & Engineering News.


Many-armed creature predates dinosaurs

Published November 5th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Carbonaceous compression of many-armed creature – dates around 550 million years ago.

Discovery News reports the finding of a fossil formed around a many-armed creature. Dating shows that this creature was in the area hundreds of millions of years before dinosaurs existed.

The implications for Pastafarians are obvious: this is strong evidence that the FSM has been hanging around since time began, and created us all, including the dinosaurs.

There is no question the creature, believed to represent one type of animal, had a lot of arms. […] The arms were tubular and in close contact with each other, but not joined.

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