Quote:When astronauts return from space walks and remove their helmets, they are welcomed back with a peculiar smell. An odor that is distinct and weird: something, astronauts have described it, like "seared steak." And also: "hot metal." And also: "welding fumes."
Our extraterrestrial explorers are remarkably consistent in describing Space Scent in meaty-metallic terms. "Space," astronaut Tony Antonelli has said, "definitely has a smell that's different than anything else." Space, three-time spacewalker Thomas Jones has put it, "carries a distinct odor of ozone, a faint acrid smell."
The priest is to sprinkle the blood against the altar of the LORD at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting and burn the fat as an aroma pleasing to the LORD.
Here "god" gives step by step instructions for performing ritualistic animal sacrifices that apparently appease his olfactory senses.
Leviticus can be seen as gods instructions for finding something living, slaughter it, then burn the hell out of it, it's my kind of incense.
Are we certain we are all worshiping the creator God? Does anyone else find it odd the smell of space and animal sacrifices are identical?