Our weekend tranquility was once again shattered by blaring sirens and lights flashing on the wall display of our Retard-o-tron™. The blinking letters on the wall said WorldNetDaily.
WorldNetDaily (WND) is the flamingly creationist, absolutely execrable, moronic, and incurably crazed journalistic organ that believes in and enthusiastically promotes every conspiracy theory that ever existed. WND was an early winner of the Curmudgeon’s Buffoon Award, thus that jolly logo displayed above this post.
The Retard-o-tron™ directed us to an article titled To Ray Comfort, Bill Nye’s ‘science’ is ‘science fiction’. That title appears beneath a banner which proudly declares: “WND EXCLUSIVE.” This is information you won’t be able to find anywhere else! Aren’t you excited?
And you already know about the video in which Bill Nye Blasts Creationism. Now we can learn what Ray Comfort has to say. The article is written by someone named Michael F. Haverluck. We found an earlier WND article he wrote, Does science prove Noah’s flood? (he claims it does), so he seems to be the perfect choice to write about Comfort’s reaction to Bill Nye. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
TV personality Bill “The Science Guy” Nye’s recent tongue-lashing for those who doubt evolution’s theory that sludge advanced itself to become man has drawn a response from renowned evangelist and author Ray Comfort.
Great beginning! We can’t wait to continue:
“Bill Nye is living in the same dream-world as Charles Darwin, Richard Dawkins and their cut-and-paste clone believers,” Comfort told WND. “These devotees believe in the fairytale of evolution and quote Einstein (who wasn’t an atheist) and Mark Twain (who wasn’t an atheist) as though they too denied God’s existence, when they didn’t.”
This is even better than we had expected. Let’s read on:
“To use the word ‘evolution’ and the word ‘science’ in the same sentence is the ultimate oxymoron,” said Comfort. “There’s nothing scientific about a theory that is based on blind faith.”
Ray Comfort never disappoints. We continue with more of his quotes:
“Atheistic evolutionists believe that nothing created everything – a scientific impossibility,” he said. “It couldn’t happen. So they redefine the word ‘nothing’ to mean ‘something,’ so that in their unthinking minds, they can justify their foolishness.”
He goes on to point out the many holes in the evolutionary account on the origins of life. “They also believe that life came from non-life,” Comfort added. “A big bang blew up rocks that produced 1.4 million different kinds of complex life forms – fish, animals, insects, birds and human beings; all with male and female (except for a few grubs) and all reproducing after their own kind, as well as trees, amazing fruits, myriads of beautiful flowers, oxygen, the oceans, the four seasons and a million and one other wonderful things.”
We’re skipping a lot, but here’s a bit more:
“Ask him [Nye] what is the purpose of human existence, and he will say, ‘We don’t know.’ Ask him what happens after death, and he will say, ‘We don’t know.’ I have spoken to hundreds of evolution believers and atheists, and they are all the same. They don’t know. They just believe, without question.”
Ah, but Comfort knows the answers to those questions. That’s what makes him so brilliant. Here’s one last quote, and then we’ll leave you to click over to WND so you can savor the entire article:
Evolution is unobservable. It’s based on blind faith in a few dry bones and on unreliable dating systems in which the gullible trust. Kids should be allowed to make up their own minds about this issue, and not be censored to ‘one side is all we will let you hear.’
Okay, dear reader. The Retard-o-tron™ has done it’s job, and so have we. Now it’s up to you to make sense of it all.
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