NASA Hires theologians and a Catholic priest? WTF?!!!

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    Unseen
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    NASA Hires A Priest And Theologians To Help Us Cope With Finding Alien Life

    Rather than accommodate the believing public to the truth that the Earth may not be all that special, NASA is hiring religious leaders to fabricate a non-threatening way of dealing with the fact.

    Intelligent life would pose the greatest problem, of course. If there’s a problem with intelligent centipede-like creatures, is Jesus their savior as well, is there a separate centipede Jesus, or does God abandon all life that isn’t human and on Earth?

    #40421

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when we discover alien life. Even then they will still be acrobatic enough to bend their theology into claiming that their imaginary god is just amazing. I bet we will discover evidence of alien life before we find evidence for any of their gods.

    350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most?

    I think most of us will cope very well if we find aliens. It won’t bother us too much because we don’t consider that the Universe was created with us in mind as the humble theists do.

    Just think how much time it would take to nail centipede Jesus to a cross?

    #40422

    Unseen
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    I apologize for abandoning standard grammer in the second paragraph of the original post. I guess I was high…

    High on life.

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when we discover alien life. Even then they will still be acrobatic enough to bend their theology into claiming that their imaginary god is just amazing. I bet we will discover evidence of alien life before we find evidence for any of their gods. 350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most? I think most of us will cope very well if we find aliens. It won’t bother us too much because we don’t consider that the Universe was created with us in mind as the humble theists do. Just think how much time it would take to nail centipede Jesus to a cross?

    The mythological deity just LOVES making beetles. Maybe he’s a bit OCD.

    #40423

    Yes, no wonder the beetles thought they were bigger than Jesus. (OK OK, I will get my coat!)

    #40424

    jakelafort
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    350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most?

    Jake channels his inner theologian to answer the insolent query.

    The multitude and variety of the species against the backdrop of the one made in his image and so clearly set apart from the others is pointing to the favored and the chosen. All god’s creatures including the lowly beetles are of divine origin yet subordinate to and of lesser significance than we are. I know God will not look askance if i have absentmindedly crushed a beetle or three in my time and before i ascend to heaven.

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    michael17
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    I apologize for abandoning standard grammer in the second paragraph of the original post. I guess I was high… High on life.

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when we discover alien life. Even then they will still be acrobatic enough to bend their theology into claiming that their imaginary god is just amazing. I bet we will discover evidence of alien life before we find evidence for any of their gods. 350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most? I think most of us will cope very well if we find aliens. It won’t bother us too much because we don’t consider that the Universe was created with us in mind as the humble theists do. Just think how much time it would take to nail centipede Jesus to a cross?The mythological deity just LOVES making beetles. Maybe he’s a bit OCD.Unseen wrote:

    I apologize for abandoning standard grammer in the second paragraph of the original post. I guess I was high… High on life.

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when we discover alien life. Even then they will still be acrobatic enough to bend their theology into claiming that their imaginary god is just amazing. I bet we will discover evidence of alien life before we find evidence for any of their gods. 350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most? I think most of us will cope very well if we find aliens. It won’t bother us too much because we don’t consider that the Universe was created with us in mind as the humble theists do. Just think how much time it would take to nail centipede Jesus to a cross?

    On March, 21, 1996, several NASA engineers and scientists participated in a briefing at the Washington National Press Club to announce for the first time that “man-made” objects were discovered on the moon. Photos taken by astronauts during the Apollo program were revealed at the briefing, showing portions of the lunar surface where “a presence” was apparent.

    When asked why this material had not been revealed earlier, a NASA specialist explained, “It was difficult to forecast the reaction of people to information that some creatures had been or still are on the moon. In addition, there were some other reasons to it, which were beyond the control of NASA.”

    purportedly, NASA has withheld photographic evidence form the Navy’s Clementine mission to the moon, out of caution because such evidence could be destabilising to the Judeo-Christian world.

    Therefore, this may  a prelude to the realize of evidence of artificial structures on the moon.

     

     

    The mythological deity just LOVES making beetles. Maybe he’s a bit OCD.

    #40514

    michael17
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    I apologize for abandoning standard grammer in the second paragraph of the original post. I guess I was high… High on life.

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when Unseen wrote:

    I apologize for abandoning standard grammer in the second paragraph of the original post. I guess I was high… High on life.

    The thing with centipedes is that no matter how many feet they have they can never join hands in prayer. But theologians working in modern cosmology only need one foot to put into their mouths if and when we discover alien life. Even then they will still be acrobatic enough to bend their theology into claiming that their imaginary god is just amazing. I bet we will discover evidence of alien life before we find evidence for any of their gods. 350,000 species of beetles and just 1 species of us. So theologian, who do you think your god favors most? I think most of us will cope very well if we find aliens. It won’t bother us too much because we don’t consider that the Universe was created with us in mind as the humble theists do. Just think how much time it would take to nail centipede Jesus to a cross?

    On March, 21, 1996, several NASA engineers and scientists participated in a briefing at the Washington National Press Club to announce for the first time that “man-made” objects were discovered on the moon. Photos taken by astronauts during the Apollo program were revealed at the briefing, showing portions of the lunar surface where “a presence” was apparent.

    When asked why this material had not been revealed earlier, a NASA specialist explained, “It was difficult to forecast the reaction of people to information that some creatures had been or still are on the moon. In addition, there were some other reasons to it, which were beyond the control of NASA.”

    purportedly, NASA has withheld photographic evidence form the Navy’s Clementine mission to the moon, out of caution because such evidence could be destabilising to the Judeo-Christian world.

    Therefore, this may  a prelude to the releasing of evidence of artificial structures on the moon.

     

     

    The mythological deity just LOVES making beetles. Maybe he’s a bit OCD.

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    #40521

    TheEncogitationer
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    Unseen and Fellow Unbelievers,

    NASA had might as well consult with Flat-Earthers as to retain Priests and Theologians on it’s payroll–no, correction our payroll as taxpayers.

    Yeah, sure, just pick the very people who fought the science that underlies space exploration for hundreds of years and then hire them as consultants for our ventures.

    Only a Government entity like NASA–whom taxpayers cannot divest from without getting fined or imprisoned–would do something like that.

    I’d feel terrible for any Extra-Terrestrial who would have their first encounter with Earth through a Theologian-employing, tax-engorged NASA. It would be the poor ETs who would get probed against their will!

    Then the ETs would escape and go away thinking we are all like that, go back to their Mothership, and break out a Galactus-level boom-stick to wipe out us as a species and everything else on The Big Blue Marble.

    If we’re going “to boldly go where no one has gone before,” we need to be on our best behavior for whomever is out there and leave the worst deeds and worst actors of our time and place on Earth behind.

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