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Tuesday, April 3, 2007

 

Peanut butter disproves evolution

WTF?

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3 Responses to “Peanut butter disproves evolution”

  1. brandon102 Says:

    It is hilarious to think that these simple minds call evolution a “fairy tale” when they believe that a magical, invisible being (who is next to you right now, by the way, being everywhere and all) one day just went “shazaam” and made life. And to top it off, Mr. Magic made one person but couldn’t make a second one from scratch, but had to operate on the first person to extract some genetic material (a rib) to whip up a second. But I suppose that peanut butter never lies.

  2. moonbuggy Says:

    Not only does it never lie, but it’s tasty too. 🙂

    Both this video and Kirk Cameron and his banana give me the feeling that these people are kinda desperately clutching at badly flawed logic because there’s nothing left but such quiet desperation. 🙂

    The amusing thing is, if the peanut butter isn’t sterile, you _could_ potentially find new life in a jar of peanut butter when you open it ’cause some microbe may have evolved a little bit to better digest to nutrients in the butter.

    With all their plasmids and crazy DNA swapping and such, they’re evolving pretty much constantly [or atleast very quickly compared to larger animals].

  3. poochie Says:

    what if “mr. magic” had mad skills in the physics/quantum physics/beyond in the entirity of existence? no one said anyone went shazaam..but we could be some giant universal science project.

    F-

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