Saturday, 21 March 2009

The Journal of Imaginary Sciences Petition

Journal of Imaginary Sciences Vol 2 (2009),

The Journal of Imaginary Sciences Petition

Dear Sir/Madam,

We, the Journal of Imaginary Sciences, are campaigning for the protection of the scientific practices carried out by Astrologists, Creation Scientists Homeopaths, Psychics and other disciplines involved in the supernatural.

It has come to our attention that many individuals such as James Randi, Richard Dawkins, PZ Myers and Eugenie Scott have tried to suppress these ideas with the introduction of hard scientific evidence and cold logic. Despite the fevered media campaign to “Teach the Controversy” with lectures, posters, talk shows and even the film: Expelled, there still remains a rabid body of dispassionate scientists who refuse to allow us these beliefs to be preached in classes. They claim that this is not “science” and that these subjects are nonsensical, even going so far to call the people con-artists and frauds.

We at the Journal of Imaginary Sciences are campaigning along with Facts Are Killing ESP (FAKE), Creationists Opposing Natural Selection (CONS), IDers Informing Our Teachers on Science (IDIOTS) and Homeopaths Against Regular Medicine (HARM) to advocate the protection of these businesses against real science. Due to the popularity of the scientific theory, Evolution, recently brought about by the celebration of Darwin’s 200th birthday (and the 150th anniversary of Origins of Species), the earnings of these institutes have dropped. Combined with the current recession, the organisations involved in these practices are feeling that they are unable to continue their opulent spending. We are asking you to send donations in to us so that they may continue to be a drain on our resources, churning out their propaganda and assuring us that God is indeed pleased with these actions.

We would also like to state that many prominent comedians have also requested to this Journal to continue with this campaign as these institutes are enabling them to support themselves in their jobs. These have included the prominent comedian Bill Hicks, whose materials, I am assured, have featured these sorts of organisations before.

Thank you for taking time to read these petition and please send any donations to the address provided on the envelope.

Yours Sincerely
Mr Bob Doubt

Editor of the Journal of Imaginary Sciences.

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