A Naturalistic Fairy Tale-Part XVII

Then did we discover that some of those early trails that we did think were from multi-cellular creatures1 (or evotures to coin a phrase unconnected with the root term Creation), were actually from a gigantic single-celled organism.

This giant single celled creature’s trails were from 10 million years before the Cambrian explosion did occur.2 Within 5,000 times since the time of Christ, did complex hard-bodied evotures arise filling virtually every niche of the planet (praise Science!).  Evolution is amazing in its ways and speedy in its past.

Although there are no fossils, we do know, by the method of scientific imagination, that evolution did produce the subsequent wide ranging diversity of life.  Even though some of the species continue to exist today, as with the giant cell pictured to the left, all it does take is the right combination of time and selective pressures.

So, we do hope you appreciate the beauty of the evotures that nature has produced.  And, with time, we hope you can share our imagination of the benefits to humanity, or life in general, that may some day be produced as a result of our fact-filled imaginations.  You see, because we constantly revise our beliefs, we do show how open minded we are.  We do not, however, change our most important belief (praise Science), that material processes have given rise to all.  We do hope you continue to be patient, as we are working hard to save your life by the study of evolution (praise Science).

1 http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=creature&searchmode=none
2 http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27827279/

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4 Responses

  1. It’s awfully hard, isn’t it, to criticize an unchanging belief for being unchangeable from the standpoint of an opposing unchangeable belief?

  2. I guess you’d know. 😉

  3. I would. I do absolutely love reading your stuff, as much as it frustrates me. It’s never bad to be exposed to something outside of your comfort zone, even if it is written by one of you crazies 😉

  4. It’s never bad to be exposed to something outside of your comfort zone, even if it is written by one of you crazies.

    Given your atheism it’s not really clear why you think that your writing has roots in sanity or some “fundamental” form of intelligence, intelligibility and so on by which the insane/disordered and sane/ordered can be known. If whatever you’re writing or saying happens to fit patterns of expression common to the Herd at a given time then it is sane, if not then it is perfectly sane.

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