Upset at a recent DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack against their website, an atheist group is planning to launch a DDoS (Divine Denial of Service) attack against God. In the same way that to many requests for a web page can knock it off line, they want to flood God with so many fake and useless prayers that God gets knocked 'off line'. The plan is that all the participants will continuously and repetitively pray to the 'Christian God' (what, no love for the Jews or Muslims; same God right, just different prophets/saviors...) on Sunday 8 November 2009 at 8pm EST exactly. What do you think they would do if God actually answered one of their prayers?
"This is a call to all non-believers and advocates for freedom of speech to join us in a global co-ordinated minute of prayer with the aim of inundating God (in this context, the Christian god, God, as distinct from the Greek god, Zeus, the Egyptian god, Ra etc etc) with so many useless prayers that it causes his divineness to go offline as as result of our own DDOS ('Divine' Denial of Service).
The prayer minute will be at exactly 8pm (Eastern Standard Time) and 9am (Greenwich Mean Time) on Sunday 8 November 2009.
The prayer can be about anything you want (but say it as frequently as possible in the minute we have assigned to ensure DDOS is achieved) or to whomever god you want. Its mostly directed at the Christian god so as to ensure we don't get too many return to senders from other gods."