I’m not exactly sure if this goes here, so if it doesn’t, I apologize. Please direct me as to where this properly belongs.
A friend of mine on a social networking site posted a link to this page:
What it is is a physic student’s attempt to show, using Boolean logic and algebra that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the one and only true god. It is fairly difficult to understand (even by me, who has a knowledge of calculus and Boolean operators), so It’s not for everyone. Essentially he uses a slew of theorems and assumptions to prove the FSM is the only true god.
Now, looking over it briefly, I came across this:
The interpretation of n is not as easy as one may expect. It represents the amount of believed influence of god in everyday’s life. In Hinduism, two terms containing n are present because of the great number of gods they believe in. The FSM Church has one n factor because its god is still alive. The other elements of Я do either have a dead messiah or no god at all.
What he’s saying (in layman’s terms) is that Christianity’s messiah is “dead”. This, of course, is utterly false, since Jesus Christ rose from the dead and subsequently rose into heaven. Therefore, since one of his definitions is false, his entire process is false, as is his conclusion.
If anyone else cares to analyze this, you are more than welcome (even to tell me that I am completely off the mark). To tell the truth, his whole process seems to be favored towards proving the FSM as true (for more reasons than the aforementioned).