The counterintuitive nature of evolutionary biology » « Bible lessons Seeing is believing Scientists love empiricism and evidence-based demonstrations, so elderly urologists flaunting their erections seems like an effective presentation technique in the right context. And here I’ve always just relied on boring ol’ PowerPoint. Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet The counterintuitive nature of evolutionary biology » « Bible lessons
Hard work reading through all that. I need a stiff drink now.
This is one wickedly funny post – don’t miss it!
Christian Burnham says
The police considered charging him but thought it wouldn’t stand up in court.
I hope this doesn’t become some kind of gold standard method of evidence. Proctology meetings will become a horror show.
Jake Boyman says
The article is worth it for the word ‘waggling’ alone.
Giles Brindley’s now-famous erection
Due to pharacologic injection
Was a raging success
Though the front row was less
Than impressed by the short-arm inspection
I was going to suggest that this says something about at least the male portion of the population that uses PowerPoint®, but I decided that would be tasteless so I won’t…
PZ, we know you don’t need to go through that much trouble. As you’ve shown us in the past when you were shamelessly exposing yourself, a few buttons of your shirt should create enough of a shock to chase most people away.