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Saturday, January 19, 2013

How many evolutionists does it take to change a light bulb?

I've heard hundreds, maybe thousands of light bulb jokes and I thought I should make one about evolutionists. I can't decide on a punchline, though. What do you think?

How many evolutionists does it take to change a light bulb?

A) None. Individual light bulbs don't change. Populations change.
B) None. Under just the right conditions, a light bulb can just appear uncreated.
C) None. The kind of change we're talking about takes millions of years.
D) None. If the light bulb burned out, it was obviously unfit.
E) None. Creationists are just lying, ignorant, stupid liars and they only want the light bulb changed because they insist on a literal interpretation of Genesis.

Feel free to vote in the comments. Maybe someone out there has a better one.


Steven J. said...

F) None. Evolutionary change comes about through undirected natural processes.

G) If the light bulb isn't being changed, it's obviously optimally fit for the local environment as it is.

H) Just one, but it takes a long, long time, and the light bulb has to really want to change (no, wait, that's psychiatrists).

Steven J. said...

I) It doesn't matter, because evolutionists didn't invent light bulbs in the first place, so even if they change one they're not creating new information.

Anonymous said...

J) None. Giving a few million years it will change itself into a newer version that is self-sustainable and gain consciousness to replace itself faster in the future.


Todd Williams said...

Any number of evolutionists are willing to do it, as long as God is not asking them to.

RKBentley said...

I think maybe I should have added an “F” option:

It only takes one evolutionist to change it but he doesn't know how the first light bulb got there - he just knows it wasn't by design!