Was the world created by god, evolution or pasta?

Published October 5th, 2006 by Bobby Henderson


Simon Singh reviews The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster by Bobby Henderson.

The popularity of Intelligent Design over the past decade has been profoundly depressing for anybody who cares about science and rational thought. Supporters claim that some aspects of nature are so complicated that they cannot be explained by evolution, and therefore they conclude the existence of an entity who must have designed living beings. Although the criticisms of evolution are generally flawed and exaggerated, Intelligent Design is being taken seriously by many educationalists.

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345 Responses to “Was the world created by god, evolution or pasta?”

  1. danny babe says:

    mate ur need to spend ure time on something more constructive u faggot!

    P.S Im Gay

  2. danny babe says:

    P.S Im gAY

  3. danny babe says:

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  4. Hollea says:

    Sara, when you say believe in God, what do you mean by that?
    if i decide i believe in Alah is that acceptable? after all Alah is A God. How about Grishna? Grishna is the Hindu God.
    And as for us the FSM is ours. So if Your religion is the right religion and your god is the right god, why do you not go to a mosque and encourage Muslims and Hindus and various other religions to convert?
    What makes those religions any more acceptable, believable or realistic than Pastafarianisum?
    If you can quite happily live and acceopt the fact Muslims worship Alah and believe in him and the words of the Koran and that the Jewish following dont believe that Jesus was the messiah and that there are some religions in the world that worship idols and believe there are more than one God, why cant you accept the flying spaghetti monster?

  5. The Dark Side says:

    Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster…

    I was going to do a blog on Darwinism v Intelligent design, and asking whether or not it could ever be…

  6. mappamundi says:

    beer volcano? wouldn’t the beer be hot? or does it cool down if there’s enough pirates? how many pirates does it take to get a good chill on a pint? is there somebody addressing these serious theological questions?

  7. Drunken pirate says:

    With regard to the beer being hot, I think it’s more like when you have a natural spring, the water is nice and cool. Expect His Noodliness made it possible for more beer to come out, and yet still remain cool. Also there are magic steins, which are produced in the side factory off the stripper factory. RAmen.

  8. Al Bacteria says:

    As the days progress more and more people tend to realise His Noodly Appendage, the popularity of our prophet bobby also keeps increasing. So much so tht even us bacteria want to support him. Actually, the obvious truth is that the religion with the largest following in the world is pastafarianism, considering the fact that 99% of all bacteria are pastafarian.

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