Random Thoughts: Religious Science

Posted on November 26, 2012 9:21 am

If scientists are in desperate need of others uncomprehendingly repeating their current conclusion, why not just train parrots?

The way some layman have this silly reverence for science they don’t understand reminds me of the most mindless of religious devotion.

And what’s better: People questioning what they don’t understand or repeating it with religious certainty?

“Les Misérables” is French for “Less Miserable.”

More metal bands should do Christmas albums.

Not surprising Obama doesn’t know the age of the earth. When asked before, he also didn’t know the more relevant size of the debt.

So Hamas agreed to a ceasefire, but what was there logic in firing rockets at Israel in the first place?

The second term of Obama should be better than the first since we’ll have a Republican congress to block him from the onset.

It takes a team of people to successfully do optometry because there is no “i” in “eye.”

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3 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Religious Science”

  1. Mxymaster says:

    Age of earth divided by residents of earth = 1.536 years
    U.S. debt divided by residents of earth = $2,294.32

    Can we get those African kids to send us their checks before the end of the year?

    (No, I don’t understand it.)

  2. Son of Bob says:

    “If scientists are in desperate need of others uncomprehendingly repeating their current conclusion, why not just train parrots?”

    They do. Many of them were on display taking part in a “protest” named Occupy Wall Street.

  3. bdog57 says:

    “More metal bands should do Christmas albums.”

    The band August Burns Red does a rendition of “Carol of the Bells” that crushes all in its path. Check it out.

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