So a question, which may invoke debates of infinite regress and the cause-effect relationship of the universe:
His Noodliness is obviously a very flexible variety of noodle with his interspersed meatballs. However, we know pasta to be, by nature, hard and unyielding when in its uncooked form.
I pose the following question: Because pasta is usually present in a rigid state, does this not mean that there would have been a Great Chef who would have needed to cook His Noodliness into His present form, from the proto-FSM being that was essentially a clump of hard noodles?
[...] the difficulty of believing that a perfect and complex eye could be formed by natural selection, though insuperable by our imagination, should not be considered as subversive of the theory.