An impending t-shirt, perhaps — I haven’t shown it to Neatorama. I’m not a caricaturist, but it helps if a.) the subject is famous for his afro, and b.) I name the subject in the caption.
UPDATE: No longer pending. If you’ve long-hoped to wear an afro, or if you’d like to disprove homeopathy with a bit of funk, here’s your chance.
10 thoughts on “Something From Nothing”
Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2008 for discovering the AIDS virus, said, “High Dilutions of something are not nothing…”
But is the something the same thing you started with?
I wish evolutionists realized this.
I’ve never heard an evolutionist say that Life came from nothing. They say that Life came from this and that and the other thing, none of which required divine intervention.
Yeah, they say it comes from a cosmic speck of dust that came out of nowhere.
They say it came from the cascade of elements from the Big Bang. Unless you meant DUST in the poetic manner of Carl Sagan, who liked to say that we were made of star stuff; the prime source of all dust.https://nobrowcartoons.wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit-comments.php#comments-form
The Big Bang in which something coming from nothing exploded.
The Big Bang isn’t about something from nothing exploding. It’s just the earliest point that can be measured of the universe existing. Being a cartoonist, not a scientist, that’s all the detail I can muster.