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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Come to think of it

Why don't we just cut all funding for stuff like this. I mean really, who needs to learn anything about other planets and moons in our solar system. Whats that you say? We can learn alot about Earth this way. Listen, I don't want to learn anything about earth that isn't already in the Bible. As far as I'm concerned, that is the only science I need.

Titan is the only moon in the solar system that has a significant
atmosphere made up of nitrogen and methane. Its atmosphere is similar to that of
primordial Earth and scientists believe that studying it could provide clues to
how life began.

How life began. Hhmmmm...very interesting. Paging Kansas Board of Education. If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? If, in infinite space, one other planet has life but no Bible, are they still alive?


Blogger z said...

Good God Katinula, you had me scared there for a second. I thought you were being serious about space exploration, the sarcasm only hit after my initial shock.
Once I'd picked myselpf up from the floor, heart all a-flutter, I fell right back down in a spasm of laughter.
Then it hit me....
you asked,
"if, in infinite space, one other planet has life but no Bible, are they still alive."
I realized that it wouldn't matter. If other life is found anywhere, it is our Christian duty to snuff it out as soon as possible, before anyone gets wind of it.
Imagine the moral dilemma of a Bibless species....

12:25 PM  

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