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Putting the win in Darwin by sethness Putting the win in Darwin by sethness
evolution: putting the "win" in Darwin since 3,500,000,000 B.C.

EDIT, September 2008:
DeviantArt's licensing and popularity have a positive impact:
I permit commercial uses of this image and wording, as long as they're not altered. I like this image and the philosophy behind it, so I don't mind if others make a profit while popularizing it.

I'm pleased to announce that this doodle is now available for sale at Zazzle [link] in a few forms (hats, keychains, stickers) not available through dA, and in the DeviantArt print shop, on stuff like mousepads, cretionists' foreheads (printed in reverse, so the slow-witted cretins can read them by looking in a mirror) and coffee mugs.

Surprisingly, at least two people have had this design TATTOOED on their bodies! I say "surprisingly", because they're not tattooing the southern part of their anatomy which they'd like Creationists to kiss. They've surprisingly tattooed their arms instead. Presumably their posteriors are already covered by large lip-shaped targets. Or hickies. Whatever. I digress.
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ThatFreakyZephyr Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Did you know the Jesus fish was modeled after a vagina?
Now you know why I like it but not the religion~
sethness Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014
I wish that the copy-left agreement, which allows anyone to use but not modify this design, was more flexible. In particular, I wish that I could allow for the font to be changed at the whim of the user.

UPDATE: This image has now appeared in Stern, a popular German magazine comparable to Life or Time magazines in America. This was the lead illustration for an article about the pro-religion and anti-religion logos being used worldwide in the fight between religion & science.
JuanAtaquito Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
your Darwin fish may have eaten our Jesus fish, but your Darwin fish is now on display in the Vatican museum's paleontology department. sorry
sethness Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
Why are you sorry? The Vatican has been getting more liberal in its science for at least a decade. For example, I hear that the Vatican's astronomer believes there might be life on other planets... and that the alien life might have souls. It's a far cry from what they did to Galileo!
zombie-fuckulator Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014
And what time period did Galileo live in?
sethness Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014
LOL. I guess you're not aware that it wasn't until the late 1900s that the Vatican forgave and apologized-to Galileo for the things the church did to discredit and ostracize Galileo.

If there's anyone related to this discussion who's living in the past, it's not me; it's the church.
Religion and faith-based assumptions are in full retreat as the scientific method forces us to investigate and undermine those assumptions.
Modern religious thinkers are stuck in "ret-con" (retroactive continuity) mode, because their faith-based non-thinking does not lend itself to revealing facts.
RyanOurs77 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
70f9 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
woohooo go Darwin!!!
SN37 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Actually, the age of Earth is 4.54 billions of years old instead of 3.5 though , just saying. ;)
sethness Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
Yes, but life didn't appear on Earth until 3.5 beeeellion years ago. Earth was more lifeless than a mortuary for the first billion years. That's why I wrote 3.5 billion years rather than 4.5
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