If the flying spaghetti monster isn't real, then why are planets, moons and stars shaped like meatballs?

Posted by: triangle.128k

  • Because he's real!

  • Pure Coincidence

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PetersSmith says2015-07-06T23:35:34.8492047-05:00
http://lasp.colorado.edu/~bagenal/1010/images/formation.jpg
mwedwards says2015-07-07T00:27:41.6261864-05:00
Technically the planets, stars, and natural satellites (moons) came far before any the meatball was invented (much less the flying spaghetti monster), so I don't think that this is a valid question.
triangle.128k says2015-07-07T00:37:57.5961349-05:00
But the meatballs existed in heaven, we only saw meatballs in our dimension once the FSM blessed us with the holy food of pasta.
Forthelulz says2015-07-07T03:14:16.5781538-05:00
Ever considered the fact that spheres are a fairly common formation? Water bunches into spheres, for example, and a lot of biological matter is, in fact, made of water. Considering Holy Terra's 70% water... Draw your own conclusions.
Maxim_Kly says2015-07-07T03:50:29.6898623-05:00
Magnets. How do they work?
Black-Jesus says2015-07-07T10:37:24.9186313-05:00
Shouldn't the "Pure Coincidence" picture be on the "Because he's real!"option? And what does the "Because he's real!"'s picture have to do with anything
triangle.128k says2015-07-07T12:06:02.2432312-05:00
I don't know, Boston just looks cool.

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