Cosmos: Creationist Version

If you’ve been watching the new version of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, now presented by Neil deGrasse Tyson, you’ll have noticed that Tyson goes out of his way to put down creationism’s idea that the universe is 6,000 years old, evolution is false, etc. It’s not exactly balanced in its approach, so Funny or Die decided to set that right and make a creationist version of Cosmos:

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  • BuzzCoastin

    Funny or Die is a copyright Nazi
    their approach to copyright
    is similar to fundamentalists pushing creationism
    they should die because they’re never ever funny

    • Reasor

      “Aside from that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?”

  • Echar Lailoken

    Good stuff, thanks for sharing.

  • Monkey See Monkey Do

    A mind being reducible to, or supervening upon “nature” doesn’t suppose that the energy of the universe we possibly observed into existence doesn’t have some “intelligence” far different than our own. Metaphysical naturalism always struck me as something no more less fundamentalist than creationism. Nature used ontologically is a nice trick used by believers of both faiths though.

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