Princeton Physics Prof Offers Proof for Flying Spaghetti Monster

3 06 2008

It’s true. Teaching Company coursework on sale now documents it as science! No kidding!

. . . as you plummet toward the “singularity” at the heart of the black hole, you will learn firsthand about the interesting effects of gravity truly unleashed, including what physicists refer to, with a straight face, as “spaghettification.”

(Actually, Professor Tyson recommends that you be sucked in to a large black hole rather than a small one. You’ll still be spaghettified, but it won’t happen as quickly.)

We are stardust, we are golden . . .noodles?

Thy will be done. From carbon to carbonara!

Or as was proclaimed to the universe on the academic endorsement pages of venganza.com:

“Boy-oh-Boyardi and Ramen!“
–Steve Lawrence, PhD

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6 responses

3 06 2008
Valerie

Hmmmm, I don’t have that course yet. But there’s this fabric — made with seaweed!
http://store.sawyerbrook.com/Templates/frmTemplateP.asp?CatalogID=4568&Zoom=Yes&SubFolderId=54

They’d both cost about the same amount of money. I’ve got some bamboo fabric (soft!), but I’ve never worked with seaweed fabric. Oooh, decisions, decisions.

Then again, I haven’t yet made my Pastafarian flag to fly from my car. Pirate fish on one side, His Noodliness on the other.

So many projects, so little time.

3 06 2008
JJ

His Noodliness would want you to have the fabric. Really.

🙂

3 06 2008
JJ

Hey, maybe you could use it to make the flag??

4 06 2008
Nance Confer

Better reading than this, no doubt.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/04/us/04evolution.html

June 4, 2008
Opponents of Evolution Adopting New Strategy

5 06 2008
Dawn

Oh! Tyson is on my sexy atheit list too! Brilliant, good looking and generous with his ideas. I think he’ll hold top position.

At least until George Clooney declares he’s an atheist.

18 06 2008
It’s Not Just a Religion, It’s an Adventure! « Cocking A Snook!

[…] Pastafarianism”> is out for me I guess — maybe not for you though? — because I’ve already been part of that, and Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian all are out too. Which leaves everything else. […]

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