Ignunt Fool of the Week

“Freemasons, scientists, same thing…”


“The Van Allen Belt is so powerful that anything that tries to get through it will be fried to crispy bacon.”


“That’s why the moon landings never happened!”


“The only thing that is strange that could come into this Earth would be the Nephelim and Satan!”


“This machine is capable of a very very powerful blast of electro-magnetic power into the Van Allen Belt creating a Stargate…”


Do I have many ignunt fools this week? Nope. Just one.

This weeks ignunt fool of the week is…


(via Phil, no I’m not creative enough to find YouTube videos on my own)

He believes that the Large Hadron Collider is being built so that we can punch a hole in the Van Allen Belts so that we can be invaded by people from the planet Nibiru.

Damn, there are times when I’m embarrassed to be a Stargate fan (the TV show, not the conspiracy).


10 responses to this post.

  1. Whoa – you mean the ISN’T there to punch a hole in the Van Allen belt and let through invaders from Nibiru? Wow. Learn something new every day.

  2. Only the emmerging church could have done a better job at twisting the bible until it is unrecongnizable to fit a particular view.

    Why do all these nuts have to be Christian?

  3. At any given moment the Earth is exactly 600 years old. You wouldn’t lend any credence to a coin punched 300 BC, would you? How can you believe a coin punched 300 AD? Anybody who denies the obvious is thereby demonstrated unfit to comment.

    Hindus have 36 crores of gods – 360 million deities. Cults of Yahweh are statistically insignificant. Can God make a collection plate so vast that even He cannot fill it? Sure! ALL OF THEM. Take the hint.

    Religion: “If stupidity got us into this mess, then why can’t it get us out??”

  4. Okay, I love Stargate, I adore Stargate, but I don’t think it’s actually real – the writers kind of make that impossible with their hardly elementary knowledge of basic astrophysics (Though, really, David Hewlett reminds me so much of myself it’s sad).

    Here’s the dealio: IF wormholes are real, one might assume they were like black holes, and would therefore rip your molecular structure into shreds if you got within a light year of it.

    Deal number 2: The Hadron Collider is to study fusion power, not the “God Particle.”


    Deal number 4: Dimensions are very clear in how they are described. For example, 2D shapes (a square) and 3D shapes (a cube). Many scientists believe that there is room in the universe for at least 11 Dimensions – we can only perceive 3 of them.

    Deal number 5: Oh, hell with it. This guy is an incompetent idiot all the way around.

    I don’t know whether I find this sad or hilarious.

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  6. Here is a nice way to put particles together:

    Easy Low Cost No Radiation Fusion

  7. Hey, hey, the guy has a point. We all know that there’s a giant conspiracy surrounding the true intentions of high-energy particle physics, that the Swiss are evil, and that the Earth is surrounded by crispy bacon. I don’t think he’s crazy at all.

    Oh, what the hell, the guy’s a fruitcake.

  8. Posted by ianwayne on May 19, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    Favorite line: “Let’s hear a better theory.”

    Where do these people live? Do they have club meetings? How can I get involved?

  9. Posted by Brian on May 22, 2008 at 5:05 am

    If this were satire, it would be brilliant.
    Let’s keep hoping.

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