Thursday, November 15, 2007

First Direct Evidence of Flying Spaghetti Monster!

A recent report found first fossilized evidence of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

The resemblance is uncanny!
Ha! Just kidding, this is a report of exceptionally well preserved jellyfish from the Middle Cambrian i.e. ~505 mya. This finding sets the origins of jellyfish back ~200 mya. Previously fossilized jellyfish were found in Pennsylvanian shale ~320 mya. This is an exceptional find because the fossils are so pretty and jellyfish are, of course, soft bodied, thus difficult to find preserved.


  1. I dunno, I'm skeptical. I don't see any meatballs; it must be the flying spaghetti monster's close cousin, flying fettucini alfredo.

  2. You don't see a large blot to the right of eyes? Obviously Spaghettius monsteri.

  3. This is on the same level as when in "Miracle on 42n Street" Santa got all the letters from the post office, and was recognized as real.

    Merry Spagetmas !

  4. His Noodliness has been spotted recently. here is the proof...

  5. TO such.ire, how dare you be so skeptical!!! Do you not know that his Holiness the FSM, periodically buds off his balls to form the great universe of heavenly bodies???? This is simply an image of t FSM on the seventh day after his labours creating the heaven and earth.