Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Scientific Evidence For The Tooth Fairy

An eight-year old's deciduous teeth.                                 Image via Wikipedia
The tooth fairy does exist!

After thirty-three years of earaches and bouts of screaming agony, the British health authorities take a closer look at this British guy's ear. They find and extract a baby tooth.

No mention of how it got there. But the BallBounces is all over this story. Here's how it happened: as a young boy the British guy puts his tooth under his pillow in hopes of copping some pocket change; in the morning, it's gone.

So what happened?

The tooth fairy took it and put it in his ear, that's what happened. Believers in tooth fairyism were consulted and say they've been expecting just this kind of thing, and this finding just provides further evidence for their theory.

So there you have it. Something to sink your teeth into.

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Joe said...

My theory is better than your theory 'cause everyone knows there are no fairies so therefore the tooth in the ear is the result of evolution! In a few million years human beings will be eating with their ears and listening with their mouths. And what's more if you think my theory is wrong I have only two words, "PROVE IT"!

RkBall said...

Eating with ears and listening with mouths is exactly the disorder one would expect from an undirected process working in the midst of natural processes which are themselves uncreated and undesigned. Instead, we see exquisite designs and a seemingly inexorable unfolding that results in us and this blog post. Unfortunately, not everyone has "eyes to see". Can't blame evolution for that!

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"