Spaciness, The Final Frontier

SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts

From the “You can fool some of the people all of the time” files:

Justice Roberts Tops Federal Leaders in Americans’ Approval

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Chief Justice John Roberts earns the highest job approval rating of 11 U.S. leaders rated in a Dec. 1-16 Gallup poll with 60% approving of how he is handling his role.

And as long as we are talking ’bout Opus Dei:

NASA enlists theologians to assess how we would react to alien life

NASA is looking to the heavens for help with assessing how humans will react if alien life is found on other planets and how the discovery could impact our ideas of gods and creation.

The agency is hiring 24 theologians to take part in its program at the Center for Theological Inquiry (CTI) at Princeton University in New Jersey, which NASA gave a $1.1 million grant to in 2014.

It’s not exactly a secret that a percentage of Xristian Xrazies still think the earth to be the center of the universe and that Galileo should be burned. These people would lose their merde if life was found elsewhere.

Well, I think the evidence show us the sad fact that we’ve been invaded:

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7 Responses to Spaciness, The Final Frontier

  1. roket says:

    A) Chief Justice John Roberts don’t rock the boat, baby.

    II) The Xristian Xrazies are afraid the aliens will force their religion down their throats and give them blankets.

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  2. spotthedog says:

    I’d guess with enough anal-probing the reaction would be something like ‘speaking in tongues’.

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  3. It’s a COOK BOOK!!!!”

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  4. MDavis says:

    If alien life is found, there is a non-zero chance that various religious types will be vying to be the first to spread The True Gospel to the newly discovered heathens.

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  5. skinnydennis says:

    Les’see, they already magasplained the California wild fires (Jewish Space Lasers), anxious to see how they handle this one.

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