fsm dna

Published January 28th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

During the course of my research into condensed stages of DNA my colleague and I came upon this paper.  “Nanoscopic structure of DNA condensed for gene delivery”, Dunlap et al, Nucleic Acids Research, (1997), Vol 25, No. 15, Pgs 3095-3101.

Please examine Figure 2c, and be enlightened.

In fact DNA seems to naturally condense into nano-toroids reminiscent of his Noodliness.  Since DNA is the precursor for all life, and His image is seen in DNA, then we must assume that The Most High Pasta is in us all.

May his appendages be ever moist.



128 Responses to “fsm dna”

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  1. Avatar of Reason says:

    Looks noodly, alright.

  2. SaucyWench says:

    I love it when he says “nano”.

  3. Jon says:

    RAmen Mike
    You’ve truely made my day. I’ve always believed the simularity between the FSM and nucleic acid forms was far from coincidence.
    Again RAmen

  4. Captain Mad John Kidd says:

    Praise be His Noodliness. Another pebble in the ever-growing mountain of scientific evidence of His existence.

    RAmen (yet again)

  5. Arthur says:

    It’s so nice to enjoy the benefits of a religion that bases its beliefs off of empirical evidence. :-D

  6. Pixel Pete says:

    That’s why I feel so Noodly!

  7. Wench Beth says:

    Well, if that doesn’t convince the fundamentalists, then nothing will. We were truly created in His noodly image! RAmen!

  8. Arthur says:

    @ Beth:
    It makes so much more sense than the Creationist idea of us being created in their God’s image: almost everything on us is the direct result of a biological necessity, which an omnipotent being wouldn’t have. Eyes to see, body cavities to store organ systems, legs to move, arms to manipulate things; all things their God shouldn’t need.

    It’s clear that our designer was, naturally, a pasta product.

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