Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of 'Friendster' Civilization (plus Kreationisten-Verarschung vom Onion)


(Youtube Direktfriendster, via Buzzfeed)

Zwei sehr schöne Dingse vom Onion, oben ein Internet-Archäologe, der Friendster entdeckt hat (Friendster war eins der ersten dieser Social Networks, in denen ich auch überall angemeldet bin und seit der Anmeldung nie wieder besucht habe) und hier noch besser: Die Summerer sind ziemlich verwirrt, als im Jahr 6000 vor Christus ein seltsamer, alter Mann sagt: Es werde Licht. Die Sonne hatte zu diesem Zeitpunkt nämlich schon eine ganze Weile geschienen, aber erklär das mal einem Kreationisten, doh!

Members of the earth's earliest known civilization, the Sumerians, looked on in shock and confusion some 6,000 years ago as God, the Lord Almighty, created Heaven and Earth.

According to recently excavated clay tablets inscribed with cuneiform script, thousands of Sumerians—the first humans to establish systems of writing, agriculture, and government—were working on their sophisticated irrigation systems when the Father of All Creation reached down from the ether and blew the divine spirit of life into their thriving civilization.

"I do not understand," reads an ancient line of pictographs depicting the sun, the moon, water, and a Sumerian who appears to be scratching his head. "A booming voice is saying, 'Let there be light,' but there is already light. It is saying, 'Let the earth bring forth grass,' but I am already standing on grass."

"Everything is here already," the pictograph continues. "We do not need more stars."

Sumerians Look On In Confusion As God Creates World (via Cyn-C)