Ken Ham’s Proof of Creationism

This is it, dear reader. This is what you’ve always feared would show up one day, and we’ve found it.

It’s a video presentation by Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the Australian entrepreneur who has become the ayatollah of Appalachia. He’s famed for his creationist ministry, Answers in Genesis (AIG) and for the mind-boggling Creation Museum.

In three-and-a-half power-packed minutes, ol’ Hambo gives us his best proof of creationism. Watch it and be amazed! He presents over a dozen different points in rapid succession, and each of them is irrefutable!

After you’ve watched it, you’ll be in shock, wondering how you could have been such a Darwinist fool all your life. But it’s not too late to change your ways. This video may be the heaven-sent instrument that saves you from the Lake of Fire.

Don’t be afraid. Click on the video. Watch. Listen. Take notes. Learn. And then tell us what you think.

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Free Fire Zone for August First

You know what we do when our global news sweeps produce nothing we can blog about. Yes, that’s right — we take advantage of the lull and declare another Intellectual Free-Fire Zone.

But before we get started, we found something interesting at the Fox News website: The world’s weirdest tourist attractions. Their list includes only five places. You’ll be amazed at the second item. Apparently the park is called “World’s Biggest Dinosaurs.” It originally consisted of only two huge T-rex replicas. Fox says:

[S]ince [the designer’s] death in 1988, the World’s Biggest Dinosaurs have been taken over by a religious group who also set up a Creationist museum at the site.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Fox News says a creationist museum is among the world’s weirdest tourist attractions.

We’ll mention one other item. We recently stumbled across one of the earliest things we wrote for this humble blog. Most of you have probably never seen it, but we think it’s rather good: When Gravity was a Theory in Crisis.

That’s all we’ve got, so now we’re open for the discussion of pretty much anything — science, politics, economics, whatever — as long as it’s tasteful and interesting. Banter, babble, bicker, bluster, blubber, blather, blab, blurt, burble, boast — say what you will. But avoid flame-wars and beware of the profanity filters.

We now throw open the comments to you, dear reader. Have at it.

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Curmudgeon Slays Barney the Dinosaur

Barney

We beg your indulgence, dear reader, as we digress a bit to bring some current news into this humble blog. We promise to swiftly return to our usual subject matter, but we couldn’t resist doing this.

Everyone knows about the American dentist who recently killed Cecil, the African lion who lived in the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The dentist allegedly lured Cecil out of the sanctuary and then shot him with an arrow.

The incident has aroused global outrage. Even the Discovery Institute has posted about it — see From the Perspective of Intelligent Design, Killing Cecil the Lion Was an Act of Egregious Vandalism. David Klinghoffer, the Discoveroids’ journalistic slasher and poo flinger, says:

What the Minnesota dentist did was a most egregious act of vandalism. Acknowledging the evidence of intelligent design means recognizing the purpose and artistry in nature. … No human artist will ever outclass [lions]. Imagine seeking to DNA-engineer an improved lion! Perhaps with enhanced nobility?

Verily, only the intelligent designer — blessed be he! — could create a lion. Of course the Discoveroids are furious at the dentist’s act of blasphemy. Well, if the Discoveroids can digress from their usual material to discuss Cecil, we can do the same.

The fury over Cecil is nothing compared to what will happen when the news breaks about what your Curmudgeon has just done. Everyone knows about Barney the dinosaur, the beloved character who has been entertaining children for more than 20 years. But in our humble opinion, Barney had to go.

Why? It’s because your Curmudgeon is an evolutionist. We know that the dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago, and therefore couldn’t allow Barney to live. His existence contradicted Darwinism!

So your Curmudgeon stalked the beast. When we spotted him in a television studio, we lured him away with candy and children’s songs. He followed, smiling and dancing. Stupid beast! Then, when we had him to ourselves, we raised our weapon, shouted “Die, Barney, die!” and let loose the fatal arrow.

We did it for Darwin, and we’re glad.

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Creationist Wisdom #600: Evolution Ruins Lives

Today’s letter-to-the-editor appears in the Idaho Press-Tribune of Nampa, Idaho. It’s titled More evidence for creation than evolution. The newspaper has a comments feature.

Because the writer isn’t a politician, preacher, or other public figure, we won’t embarrass or promote him by using his full name. He has a great first name — Rory. Excerpts from his letter will be enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary and some bold font for emphasis. Here we go!

The speculations about evolution continue. More theories, ideas and wishful thinking just keep coming, but there is no real evidence to support this “theory.”

Great beginning, isn’t it? We’re delighted that this letter is number 600 in our collection. Then Rory says:

We have trained up generations on this swill, and we see the results in the shootings, carnage and ruined lives of its adherents.

He’s right — all those senseless shootings we hear about are done by evolutionists! Let’s read on:

Evidences for creation fit far better with the reality we see around us, and most people know this.

Too bad Rory didn’t mention any of that evidence, but he really doesn’t need to, does he? His letter continues:

So why insist upon evolution-only education in our Humanist schools?

Great question! You don’t have to sit there in confusion, because Rory tells us why:

Answered my own question — to produce Humanists who believe man is his own god.

Obviously. Here’s more:

Have you seen what we are doing to each other? Wars without end, suffering, famines and all of it at mans’ own hands.

War, famine, suffering — all because we’re teaching evolution! Hey — the next excerpt is important:

This all has been prophesied in the Bible for almost 2,000 years that the end times would be so.

Yes — oh yes! — it’s all been foretold. And now we come to the end of the letter:

This world is failing. Do you know the Creator, and are you ready for the new world to come?

Don’t even try to debate Rory, dear reader. He’s way ahead of you. Great letter!

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