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Hairy spherical block copolymer particles

Published October 21st, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

From this article on NPR it appears material scientists have stumbled upon the fundamental Truth of nature at the molecular level.

But perhaps not yet undertand what they’re seeing.

There’s one part of the molecule that doesn’t like the other part,” Bates says. So the one part of the molecule folds up into a sphere, forcing the other part to the outside, where it makes little tendrils. It resembles a hairy sphere.

I think what this work does is that it makes contact with something that is more universal than just plastics. It has the capacity to teach us how nature works,” he says.

And understanding how nature works is something all scientists strive for.

NPR article here.


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Fort Worth shrine

Published October 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

ft worth play structure

Tony found this Pastafarian shrine in Ft Worth, Texas.

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San Jose Bike Party Deity Ride

Published October 15th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

 pretty_girl_bike_evangelism

My brother Jake and I at the San Jose Bike Party Deity Ride.  My boyfriend broke up with me after i made these costumes because they grossly offended his christian beliefs….

Garnet

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Divine Wall Art

Published October 13th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

This artwork appears to be on drywall. I recommend Magic Eraser brand melamine foam sponges.

Happy cat or fsm?  Has my 4 year old been touched by his noodly appendage?  I believe so.

-Susie

That appears to be Him, but I am concerned about the placement of the meatballs.

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Corn Maze Protection

Published October 11th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

in disguise

I was not quite sure where to submit this, but I have yet more evidence of the existence of His Noodliness. We received handstamps at a corn maze, that clearly show the Flying Spaghetti Monster, and how he guided us safely through the corn :-)

Your Fellow Pastafarian,

Sally

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DragonCon sighting

Published September 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Bill spotted the FSM at DragonCon.

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Noodly Birthday Cake

Published September 9th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I particularly like the eyepatch

Attached is an image of my 18th birthday party cake.  A family friend always makes the most awesome cakes, out of all the ones she has made this one takes the cake.  I had no idea it was going to be an FSM cake, and I actually had some close Christian (including creationist) friends with me.  It was extremely awkward, and extremely awesome.

-Jacob

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Japanese creature sighting

Published September 7th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

noodly appendages

Chris spotted photos of this creature on Japanator.  A fisherman found it 200M down off the coast of Japan.  I do see the resemblance to the FSM but I am wondering what He was doing down there.

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TRIO sighting

Published September 6th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

but he doesn't have pinchers

Marco spotted the FSM on Fisher Price’s TRIO Crazy Creatures box.  I see the resemblance but the pinchers make me think someone is trying to spread anti-Truths about our religion.

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Sauvignon Blanc sighting

Published September 3rd, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

disguised in plain sight

I found this appearance of His Noodliness on a bottle of Chilean wine. Once again our lord blesses us with his infinite wisdom: Pasta goes great with white wine!

-Georg

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