Creationist Pamphlet

Creationist Pamphlet
Creationist Pamphlet,
originally uploaded by maciakl.

Someone gave this creationist pamphlet (click on the thumb to view) to my brother’s girlfriend on a bus. She found it funny so she kept it to show to my brother. He in turn knew that I will get a kick out of it so he ended up saving it for me.

Of course I immediately scanned the funniest bits it and uploaded it to flickr to share the humor with the world! I find it hilarious! Especially the banana bit. Did you know that bananas proove inteligent design? Check it out:

The bananna–the atheist’s nightmare

Note that the bananna:

  1. Is shaped for human hand
  2. Has non-slip surface
  3. Has outward indicators of inward contents: Green–too early, Yellow–just right, Black–too late.
  4. Has a tab for removal of wrapper
  5. Is preforated on wrapper
  6. Bio-degradable wrapper
  7. Is shaped for human mouth
  8. Has a point at top for ease of entry
  9. Is pleasing t otaste buds
  10. Is curved towards the face to make easting process easy

To say that the bananna happened by accident is even more unintellingent that to say that no one designed the Coca Cola can.

LOL! Wow.. Where do I begin. What if you hold the bannana wrong? Then it is curved away from your face! Is that a proof against inteligent design?

Has a point on top for the easy of entry? Entry where? I admit, I have a dirty mind by nature, but that just sounds wrong!

Bio-degradable wrapper? Dude, it is a fruit! All fruits are bio degradable!

How about I make a little super biased test in the same way they did on that pamphlet:

A person who rejects evolution, despite overwhelming scientific proof supporting it is:

  • A. Intelligent
  • B. A fool
  • C. Has an ulterior motive for denying the obvious

I almost feel guilty making fun of this… They just make it so easy!

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5 Responses to Creationist Pamphlet

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  2. GalaKnight UNITED STATES Internet Explorer Windows says:

    No offense dude but I see no definitive proof on either side to say that creatism or evolutionism is right or wrong. “The absense of evidence is not the evidence of absence.” It’s sad to admit on so many levels but that line is true. Scientists make mistakes and so do Religious Zealots, both are still Human and even if you believe in evolution we aren’t perfect in the sightest. Both are refered to as theories for the same reason. Sorry but in reality it’s a lot easier to disprove one thing turned into another so dramatically (no middle steps between) than to disprove some-one/thing created everything in existance billions of years ago.

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  3. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Linux says:

    Actually there is alot of geological evidence pointing towards a gradual change. Scientists have also observed evolution at work in insects (whose laife span is very short) by observing how isolated groups adapt to their environments via natural selection.

    Evolution is a scientific fact that has been even acknowledged by the Catholic Church. Vatican’s Chief Astronomer has been very vocal opponent of teaching intelligent design in science curriculum.

    Trying to discredit evolution because it does not agree with an ancient bibilical allegory is a little sily.

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  4. Luc Google Chrome Windows says:

    I’m sorry, Luke, but evolution is NOT a scientific fact.
    It is, and (for the time being) will be a theory.

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  5. Luke Maciak UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    @ Luc:

    True. Just like gravity among other things. Anyways, if someone can disprove it using science, and no one out there can refute your findings then the scientific community will be forced to accept it. But the important part here is that you have to use the scientific method. In fact this is happening all the time. Our views on evolution today are much different to Darwins ideas. We found new evidence and incorporated it into the theory.

    You can’t just say “hey, I saw a banana yesterday and I think this is a proof that some magical entity created all life”. It doesn’t work that way. You can’t refute hard science with “folksy wisdom”.

    Also the intelligent designer issue is infinitely recursive:

    It stipulates that nothing as complex as life could have arisen without being designed, but ignores that the designer would also be a very, very complex system. How did that system come into existence? If nothing complex can be created randomly, then who designed the designer? Saying that it always existed just doesn’t cut it.

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