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Protein resembles FSM

Published September 19th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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I was viewing a Website for my biology course when I had this holy experience.

www.umass.edu/molvis/[…]/chapter.htm

The ribbon model of the example protein (View five) Looks EXACTLY like His Noodlyness.

Recently, I have been doubting my faith in the FSM. I take this as a sign that he is still with me. I have never felt more touched than I do now.

-Ivy

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Watermelon

Published September 16th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Pastafarian Steve sent me these photos:

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The fsm appeared to me in my watermelon earlier this year. This is conclusive proof that pirates eat watermelon in order to fly.

-Steve

Steve, I disagree with your conclusions. But as this is a matter of religion, the burden is on me to disprove your claim. Well done.

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Historic Proof of his Noodley Intervention

Published September 1st, 2008 by Bobby Henderson
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The above photo was provided by Pastafarian Eric. I will assume it’s legitimate unless someone proves otherwise (as per all matters of religion).

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Galactic Spaghetti Monster

Published August 22nd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Respected science publication New Scientist has provided us startling evidence of the FSM in a report of the phenomenon pictured above, which they’ve termed the “Galactic ‘Spaghetti Monster'”.

Long-lived magnetic fields are sustaining a mammoth network of spaghetti-like gas filaments around a black hole, a new study suggests. Previously, it was not clear what prevented the delicate filaments from being destroyed by competing gravitational forces.

The black hole lies at the heart of a large galaxy known as NGC 1275, which itself lies near the centre of a cluster of galaxies called Perseus.

As the black hole sucks in gas from its surroundings, it powers jets of matter that produce bubbles of energetic particles in the surrounding cluster gas. As these bubbles grow and rise, cooled gas from NGC 1275’s core gets drawn into long tendrils in their wake, like the strings that trail behind balloons.

Until now, no one was sure quite how old these gas filaments were or how they avoided being torn apart by the galaxy cluster’s immense gravitational forces. “Quite what the filaments are and how they are produced hasn’t been known,” says study author Andrew Fabian of Cambridge University in the UK.

But Hubble Space Telescope images used in the study, the most detailed yet taken of the galaxy, are changing that.

They show the gas filaments seem to be made up of a number of thin threads. These threads are so tenuous that magnetic fields are the only thing that can protect them from being destroyed, says Fabian.

You can read all about it here.

Thanks, New Scientist!

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Microscopic Noodle Bowl

Published June 6th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Further evidence of our Creator:

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In this Dec., 2006 photomicrograph released Thursday, May 29, 2008 by The Nakao Hamaguchi Laboratory of the University of Tokyo, a ‘carbon nanotube ramen’ in a bowl with diameter measuring one-thousandth of a millimeter (one-25,000th of an inch) produced by the university’s mechanical engineering Prof. Masayuki Nakao and his students in a project aimed at developing nanotube-processing technology is shown. ‘We believe it’s the world’s smallest ramen bowl, with the smallest portion of noodles inside, though they’re not edible,’ Nakao said. The microscopic bowl was first created in December 2006, but was only revealed Thursday after it was entered for a microphotography competition this month.

Here’s the link to the original article.

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Somalia – Lots of Pirates, low Carbon Emissions

Published April 14th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Congrats to Colin for contributing the latest evidence in our Pirates Vs. Global-Warming link:

Somalia has the highest number of Pirates AND the lowest Carbon emissions of any country. Coincidence?

Co2
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions_per_capita

Pirates
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4584878.stm

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cornfield evidence

Published April 9th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson
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In stead of the arty circle shaped masterpieces – He usually makes – He created this self-portrait.
–Ivo

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More evidence of the pirates – temperature relationship

Published April 4th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

The evidence for the relationship between pirates and global temperature continues to mount.

CNN reports, “The International Maritime Bureau, which tracks piracy, said in its annual report earlier this year that global pirate attacks rose by 10 percent in 2007, marking the first increase in three years. ”

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Then, BBC News reports “Global Temperatures to decrease“.

The mainstream media may ignore the pirate-temperature link that Pastafarians have long known, but soon the evidence will be so overwhelming that they cannot ignore the Truth.

Further evidence: Google Trends shows a very solid relationship.

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That screenshot is remarkable and 100% legit – not doctored. You can try it yourself here.

Congrats to Pastafarians Oliver and Adrian for spotting the CNN/BBC evidence.

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Did Moses see the FSM?

Published January 20th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

A very clever man who I know only as Theologikos has made the claim that Moses did not see a Burning Bush, but instead our Flying Spaghetti Monster.

He makes the argument that Moses may simply have had bad eyesight. If this was the case, what looked like a Burning Bush could easily have been the FSM.

With perfect vision, it’s easy to tell the two apart:

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But with bad eyesight, the two look very similar:

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I’m convinced. Thank you, Theologikos.

You can watch the youtube presentation here.

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startling evidence – piracy vs global warming

Published November 4th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Discovered by Pastafarian Koji:

I’m amazed, I was thinking that your churches theories on global warming were just a bit off. I was using Google Trends and I came up with a startling chart.

As you will notice, when I compared ‘free movies’ and ‘global warming’ whenever people search for free movies, less people search for global warming. Why you ask… Because no new developments come up while piracy occurs.

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When Koji sent me this, even I was skeptical. But it’s legit: try it yourself.

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