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(Some Guy)   Old and Busted: NASA hiding evidence of aliens. The New Hotness: NASA hiding evidence of Mohammed   (elderofziyon.blogspot.com) divider line 62
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2012-08-16 07:12:45 AM
Well, they can't exactly release photos of him without pissing off a bunch of people now, can they?
 
Skr
2012-08-16 07:15:04 AM
Wow, you can almost taste the color of crazy on that one.
 
2012-08-16 07:18:34 AM
I'll agree with this one if it means that scientific testing of the Kaaba stone is allowed. I am highly curious to see what that really is.
 
Xai
2012-08-16 07:23:56 AM
I guess you get whackos in every religious organisation.

Except scientology, they are all insane.
 
2012-08-16 07:27:34 AM
i950.photobucket.com

Seriously...what the hell was that?
 
2012-08-16 07:28:46 AM

AngryDragon: I'll agree with this one if it means that scientific testing of the Kaaba stone is allowed. I am highly curious to see what that really is.


My money is on: it's a farking rock.
 
2012-08-16 07:36:57 AM
Well, it beats Jesus on a slice of toast.
 
2012-08-16 07:41:59 AM

TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.


Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.
 
2012-08-16 07:42:51 AM

Katolu: Well, it beats Jesus on a slice of toast.


Blasphemy!
 
2012-08-16 07:44:44 AM
Jaffa!

p1.la-img.com
 
2012-08-16 07:50:59 AM
A SPACE spear... it shoots lasers... pweeu pweeu
 
2012-08-16 07:51:41 AM
Of course they're hiding it... don't want to cause a jihad or anything.
 
2012-08-16 07:51:43 AM
Well, yeah... a lot of you asshole can't even handle a depiction of him without going apeshiat crazy. You think we'd let you see the real thing?
 
2012-08-16 07:54:44 AM
I think that "the sun getting really dim" should not count as a 'miracle.'
 
2012-08-16 08:03:53 AM
hackhix

Jaffa!

CAYKE!

upload.wikimedia.org


// irrelevant
 
2012-08-16 08:22:06 AM

Nuclear Monk: Well, they can't exactly release photos of him without pissing off a bunch of people now, can they?


Done in one. Good day to you, everyone. *packs up and moves to next thread*
 
2012-08-16 08:22:12 AM
Obama taking this secrit muzlin thing too seriously?
 
2012-08-16 08:29:43 AM
So what you're telling me is that adults who believe in a sky wizard are also delusional in other ways? Egads!
 
2012-08-16 08:48:30 AM

Silly Jesus: So what you're telling me is that adults who believe in a sky wizard are also delusional in other ways? Egads!


Once you take that first step of believing in magic then believing all the other whacked out stuff is nothing.
 
2012-08-16 08:54:54 AM

Farking Canuck: Once you take that first step of believing in magic then believing all the other whacked out stuff is nothing.


I think most people are happy to accept magic so long as it isn't used to explain away holes in the plot.

I mean, there is no way that Mohammed should've been able to trap Gandalf in a tower at Hogwarts.
 
2012-08-16 08:55:06 AM

0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.


a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.
 
2012-08-16 08:58:52 AM

Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.


I wonder what would happen if someone pulled off a robbery on the darn rock and donated it to science or something.
 
2012-08-16 08:59:29 AM
It is true that the first astronauts heard the call to prayer on the moon... So they held communion.

/Even for a conspiracy theory, this ones lame.
 
2012-08-16 09:01:26 AM

Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.


I'm too lazy to GIS it, but the actual rock isn't very large.
That big black cube they built around it is just a temple.
 
2012-08-16 09:03:26 AM

Smoking GNU: Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.

I wonder what would happen if someone pulled off a robbery on the darn rock and donated it to science or something.


cache.boston.com
 
2012-08-16 09:09:13 AM

Silly Jesus: Smoking GNU: Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.

I wonder what would happen if someone pulled off a robbery on the darn rock and donated it to science or something.

[cache.boston.com image 850x509]


I mean BESIDES that.
 
2012-08-16 09:18:34 AM

way south: It is true that the first astronauts heard the call to prayer on the moon... So they held communion.

/Even for a conspiracy theory, this ones lame.


Actually Buzz Aldrin performed a communion himself once they got the lander secured. He wanted to broadcast it, but NASA told him to just keep it private, because that crazy atheist biatch popped a vein when Apollo 8 broadcast their reading from Genesis during their Christmas orbits around the moon.
 
2012-08-16 09:22:59 AM

Silly Jesus: Smoking GNU: Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.

I wonder what would happen if someone pulled off a robbery on the darn rock and donated it to science or something.

[cache.boston.com image 850x509]


Those guys look like they're happy. I think the question was about the OTHER picture of masses of muslims crowding into the streets with their hands in the air and giant posters being waved.
 
2012-08-16 09:25:41 AM
Look, lets end this discussion once and for all. Show us the evidence and all the athiests will have to just shut up and start praying.

Oh, wait. This isn`t evidence for the correct religion! Keep it under wraps so people can still get away with having sex with children!
 
2012-08-16 09:41:57 AM

way south: Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.

I'm too lazy to GIS it, but the actual rock isn't very large.
That big black cube they built around it is just a temple.


It's proof that the Borg succeeded in going back in time: Allah akbar! Resistence is futile!
 
2012-08-16 09:44:02 AM
I like the thoughtful dude in the bottom right corner of that pic.
 
2012-08-16 09:45:50 AM

dready zim: Oh, wait. This isn`t evidence for the correct religion! Keep it under wraps so people can still get away with having sex with children!


That's some serious trollage there.
 
2012-08-16 09:50:49 AM

Smoking GNU: I wonder what would happen if someone pulled off a robbery on the darn rock and donated it to science or something.


Ocean's 14,530: coming soon to a theater near you
 
2012-08-16 09:53:40 AM
It's funny because they are worshiping a rock.
 
2012-08-16 09:59:54 AM
We're hiding the evidence at the bottom of Cheyenne mountain. Funny thing is we blew up Mohammed from orbit about two years ago, provoking a war between the system lords.
 
2012-08-16 10:10:22 AM

Grither: I like the thoughtful dude in the bottom right corner of that pic.


i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-16 10:16:59 AM
According to the legend, on that night - being celebrated in various odd-numbered dates towards the end of Ramadan - the sun appeared without any visible sunbeams, sort of like the moon. This is the night that Muslims believe the first verse of the Quran were revealed to Mohammed.

So basically, they are celebrating what amounted to a day with a lot of atmospheric haze.

Religion is hilarious.
 
2012-08-16 10:21:15 AM
Looking at the wiki It mentions the "black stone". Here is the background on it.


Link
 
2012-08-16 10:30:53 AM
Well, Muslims did make a lot of contributions to astronomy in Islam's early days. If you're skeptical, take a look at a list of star names.
 
2012-08-16 10:33:25 AM
Religion is a mind disease.
 
2012-08-16 10:41:07 AM

give me doughnuts: way south: Mrbogey: 0Icky0: TXEric: My money is on: it's a farking rock.

Probably a big-ass meteorite that was seen falling from the heavens, and then worshiped by the ignorant savages who saw it and then found where it landed. Which is perfectly understandable. After all, it fell from the heavens - which is pretty farking cool even if you are the Bad Astronomer.

a meteorite that size would have done serious damage.

Probably regular rock pulled from a quarry.

I'm too lazy to GIS it, but the actual rock isn't very large.
That big black cube they built around it is just a temple.

It's proof that the Borg succeeded in going back in time: Allah akbar! Resistence is futile!


Oh God, it's a trap!?
 
2012-08-16 10:46:02 AM

sillydragon: [i950.photobucket.com image 399x468]

Seriously...what the hell was that?


It's funny you should use the example of Putin, since we normally see hysterical scientific nonsense from Pravda.
 
2012-08-16 10:51:01 AM
What percent of the population could write when all these miracles happened and who were they?
Why can't we have all these miracles now, especially since we have video?
 
2012-08-16 10:55:55 AM

Skr: Wow, you can almost taste the color of crazy on that one.


That makes the unicorn in the sky seem more plausible, those muzzies are tha craziest.
 
2012-08-16 10:56:03 AM

omnibus_necanda_sunt: I think that "the sun getting really dim" should not count as a 'miracle.'


When you live in the desert, a few clouds after a drought is pretty nice.
 
2012-08-16 10:59:44 AM

omnibus_necanda_sunt: I think that "the sun getting really dim" should not count as a 'miracle.'


This. Once we have a scientific explination for how something happened it is no longer a miracle. At most it is a freak coincidence.

Truth be told I could see proving how some "miracle" from a religious text could have happened, and then with holding the findings for fear of members of that religion "throwing fits" and claiming that the reaserch is an attack on their religion and trying to discredit their beliefs.
 
2012-08-16 11:06:17 AM

Grither: I like the thoughtful dude in the bottom right corner of that pic.


i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-16 11:06:59 AM

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Grither: I like the thoughtful dude in the bottom right corner of that pic.

[i49.tinypic.com image 850x509]


slowclap.gif

/love your chops
 
2012-08-16 11:14:14 AM
"He goes on to tell other stories about how Quranic claims about anatomy have been proven by science. . ."

I'm wondering what claims about Anatomy they're talking about, or if they meant astronomy. I'd imagine he meant the study of heavenly bodies, not earthly ones. That's not saying that some earthly ones aren't heavenly, but you know what I mean.
 
2012-08-16 11:15:54 AM

Triptolemus: "He goes on to tell other stories about how Quranic claims about anatomy have been proven by science. . ."

I'm wondering what claims about Anatomy they're talking about, or if they meant astronomy. I'd imagine he meant the study of heavenly bodies, not earthly ones. That's not saying that some earthly ones aren't heavenly, but you know what I mean.


There was this astronomer I used to know whose body I wouldn't have minded studying.
 
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