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Ikea

Published January 25th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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Whilst browsing Ikea one day, noticed that the Swedes have been touched by His noodly appendage.

-Amelia

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game sighting

Published January 23rd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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I was playing this online flash game, and one of the bosses made me chuckle… I’m thinkin the creator of the game is a pastafarian.

Best regards,

Zach

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Portland sighting

Published January 22nd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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During the recent snowstorm in Portland we were stuck in the house for 10 days. We were becoming a bit stir crazy and not being very cool and groovy, finding that houseguests, teenagers and the lack of any good groceries (read pasta) were getting on our nerves. That was of course until His Noodlyness, the FSM, graced us with his presence. He landed in our back yard where he could be seen in all his glory from our kitchen window. We were instantly inspired to put on our pirate hats and play a nice game of Munchkin. We were all touched by His Noodly appendage that day!

Liony Goodness

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snow sighting

Published January 19th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson
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I’d like to contribute to your site with a new evidence for the existence of His Noodliness.

It just appeared in my backyard after the last snowfall.

Given the small chance of snowing in Madrid, I’d conclude it was a miracle.

-El que dice Ni

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pancake sighting

Published January 16th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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This might be a stretch but it made me chuckle.
-Abby

I see Him.

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molecular FSM

Published January 15th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson
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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.

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roadside suggestion

Published January 10th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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Pastafarian Jake spotted this sign.

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Seattle lights

Published December 27th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Being a recent convert I decided to add something to my lights display..
-fn

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FSM in Bhutan

Published December 5th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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I was amazed and enlightened to see stylized images of his supreme noodlely appendages in my hotel room in Paro, Bhutan.

-Laura

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Outback sighting

Published December 3rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Sitting at The Outback with my family, I couldn’t help but think we were touched by His Noodly Appendage. There He was, staring back at me from the promo card on our table. If that isn’t proof that He is watching over us, I don’t know what is.

-Cary

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