Holy pareidolia, Batman! It's Jesus! Well, actually, it's an image on a cancer patient's MRI that she thinks looks like Jesus. She calls it a divine discovery. Here’s a transcript from an Oct. 5th video CNN did on the story (you can watch the video by clicking on it in the column at the left).

 

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This belongs with those "man bites dog" kind of stories to my mind but, hey, CNN calls it news so who am I to argue?

 

More, including the CNN video and a slide show of other deities who show up on MRI scans (there's even one for PZ Myers fans), here.

 

 

For PZ Myers fans: Squid Jesus!

 

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That isn't Jesus. It's Barry Gibb.
I don't see Jesus in the So. Carolina woman's MRI either. To me it looks more like Neo from The Matrix.

In the picture I put up here I see a squid in the gray areas. At the top, a triangular frill surrounds an octopoid body (with two evil looking white eyes) whose many arms are encircling a struggling man-like form with outstretched arms (Jesus? visible only from the torso up) just below the center of the scan.

I guess that's one twisted psyche I have!

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