With only nine episodes, Cosmos has greatly angered the moral majority of America. It is one thing to espouse bizarre theories of ‘magical’ Big Bang explosions that come from nothing and try to claim that human life started with endosymbiotic bacteria that evolved to a species that can contemplate colonizing mars* with space ships, but to air such things on television to a captive audience, is just patently criminal and unfair.
Seth McFarlane, the creator of controversial children’s cartoon South Park, is no stranger to twisting the truth to his own design and manipulating the weak minded to influence their future decisions. Cosmos is marketed to the innocent, to the laypeople of America and kids who want to see Neil DeGrasse Tyson zoom around space in his fancy “Ship of the Imagination”, a CGI Fx that is just as fake as all the glitzy theories he throws around as fact in every episode.
With the type of eye-candy he uses in his spinoff children’s cartoon series Futurama, Seth McFarlane knows how to capture the mind of children. He then uses the boomy, soothing bellows of Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s baritone narrative to woo housewives into watching this show, while husbands are left watching it as well to see what all the fuss is about.
All across the nation, this dangerous show has captivated good, Christian nuclear families and it has confused their understanding of Creationism with unverified scientific ‘fact’. And it is that fact that makes this show so dangerous and unfit for the airwaves.
I personally think the fire tornado that struck a Missouri town who refused to cancel Cosmos last week scared tv executives. They knew that if they continued to air a show that so many righteous people are against, that nature itself starts unleashing supernatural fury, that the show is just too much and should be cancelled.
My prayers will be answered on June 9th and I can only hope and pray that not too many minds were ruined due to this horrible, fake show.
*mars is not capitalized in this article because the name of the planet is a Romeo-Wiccan Illuminati conspiracy to get everyone to accept the name of ‘Mars’ as a fact of science, when in reality mars was a false god of war and most likely just a demon trying to make humans sin during the height of the Greek and Roman empires.