Following the increase of attacks on people drawing muhamad, I thought I’d submit my take on His Holly Noodlyness, Hentai stylee, to show this aggro world how accepting and chilled Pastafarians are.
Behold, FSM graces us with His presence during our network upgrade! Blessed Be the packets that travel down these wires!
James Dunbar created this rhyming, scientifically accurate comic book about the origin of the universe. James believes – and I concur – that everyone should have access to a scientifically-based understanding of our creation, and no one should let religion keep them (or their children) ignorant of the true and miraculous nature of our existence.
He’s put the whole thing up for free online. Here’s a description of the comic:
A scientifically accurate, rhyming, comic book that describes the origin of the universe in captivating white on black illustrations. From the beginning of existence to the birth of stars and galaxies,you’ll learn how matter was created, why stars shine and where where we fit in this wild and crazy universe. This book is intended for all ages. If you don’t understand everything, don’t worry, no one does! That’s why it rhymes and has lots of pictures.
And here are a few example pages. Amazing artwork:
This is the sort of work that deserves a wider audience. James is at that point where he’s done everything right, and he just needs the right people to see what he can do. I would not be surprised at all to see James get a deal to make a whole series of similar books. I would love to see these in schools.
Here’s the link to the comic.
I’m a poor broke college student, so I can’t quite afford a ship. This is the next best thing.
Meringue corresponces found between phyto planktons and the Flying Spaghetti Monster!
That microcosmic creature is sailing in sea using carbon dioxide from fleck atmosphere to grown. It’s very rapidly reacting in its environment. I didn’t find any direct link within pirates, but under the climate change autothrophs could get lower photosynthesis levels to survive.
-Olga, from Finland
My daughter and I were making a simnel cake at the weekend (a traditional British holiday treat). Apparently Christians are supposed to put 11 balls of marzipan on top to symbolize the 11 “true” disciples.
Needless to say, as devout pastafarians, we were keen to use the opportunity to express our own beliefs in the wonderful medium of marzipan. We call it the FSMnel cake.
Hope you like it.
Phil + Maddy