In case you were unaware, “Intelligent Design” still makes no sense whatsoever, as Overcompensating explains:
The full strip is here.
(Thanks to Dan for the link!)
That’s only after the fall, Adam and Eve’s genitals were actually in the middle of their chests.
I hear God actually outsourced the design out to a third underdeveloped universe to cut costs. Can you blame him. I mean, look at how much stuff there is in the universe. It must’ve cost a fortune!
You gotta cut corners somewhere. So what if we now have to deal with the risk of swallowing our tongue and suffocating to death just for the ability to speak.
You’ll be pleased to know ID hasn’t made the Australian National curriculum due to lack of evidence.
Ahahahahaha! I love it! Yeah, if anything sucks, it’s probably because Eve went ahead and ate that apple. *facepalm*
I wonder if all other animals also had their genitals located in more convenient places before the fall?
Can someone please explain this to my wife? She thinks I’m a creepy pervert. Well, of course, she’s right. But still…
Neil deGrasse Tyson said it best when talking about Intelligent/Stupid design, “the entertainment complex is in the middle of a sewage system, no engineer would design that…..ever!”.
Man, I thought this was about Lost.
Hang on though if God made man after his own image then all those shitty “design” flaws like the vestigial tonsils that are giving my daughter so much trouble this week must exist because God himself is poorly put together. Clearly this is evidence of a designer of gods who had a sense of humour.
This actually reminds me of a joke about how we know that God is a Civil Engineer –
Who else would run a sewer line in a recreational area?
My only comment is that new evidence suggests that the appendix is useful. It contains the normal intestinal flora and may serve as a source of that flora if the rest of the gut is depopulated. Herbivorous mammals such as the panda use their appendix to digest cellulose. It’s possible that we once did, too. We no longer need it for that purpose, but because it still serves as this flora reservoir, it has not disappeared entirely.