still one of my favorite onion articles: intelligent falling

Rev. Gabriel Burdett explains Intelligent Falling.  © Copyright 2012, Onion, Inc. All rights reserved.

It’s a classic Onion article, but still one of my favorites: “Evangelical Scientists Refute Gravity With New ‘Intelligent Falling’ Theory.”

It really sums up the “Intelligent Design” argument, and I especially love some of the titles of the professors. Note also the graphic, which has the “Intelligent Designer” flicking falling objects off their potential energy table.


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3 Responses

  1. Bob, As your readers are experts in spotting and deciphering Hebrew lettering from the first century AD, perhaps you can transfer to your site, the article from Stephen E. Jones’ Shroud of Turin blog from Friday November 7th, 2008. I am not sure how to get it onto your site myself.

    Are the three Hebrew letters on the Shroud tsade-’aleph-waw: `you will come out’?

    It’s a classic. Best wishes, Charles

  2. As a believer in Christ, some of that thinking is just hooey. Yes God holds all things together but He created a force that secular man cannot explain how it works, and it seems that so-called christians do not know how it works either, because He wants all people to know that even gravity points to Him and brings Him glory.

    The problem for the believer in Christ is that they should not be doing science the secular way but seeking the truth and presenting it to the world. Masking it in this ‘ID ‘ ideology is not the right way to go.

  3. you might enjoy my friend creationist theory of gravity.

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