Thursday, March 19, 2009

Creation museum opens Darwin exhibit

According to the Associated Press, the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, which has gained international attention for its robotic dinosaurs, some of which sport saddles, is putting Charles Darwin on display:
A new exhibit at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum argues that Darwin's theory of natural selection can coexist with the belief that life began just a few thousand years ago.
So far, however, there are no plans to put a saddle on the 19th century scientist, which is unfortunate. I would pay to see that.


BimBeau said...

Still lieing, I read.

Science has ethics relative to the scientific method and truth. Since truth is involved your committee on social mono-theism and the imposition of the mono-theitic solution sees no ethics; your committee wouldn't know the truth if it could see it.

Darwin is reality. It's the same reality we face daily, imperfect, consistent and subject to both change and challenge. It flourishes from both. Marti, when is the last time you changed anything - like a lightbulb or a baby's diaper?

When the ignorance of the right challenges 'global warming' by saying it doesn't exist, you are only 1% right. It is "Climate Shift". If you ever investigate the science instead of castigating the scientist we can have a dialog, until then it is appropriate to lump you in with Frank Simon, Brett Hall, Earnie Fletcher, Mitch McConnell, George Bush, Jim Bunning, Turd-Blossom, and the rest of the crowd of losers.

Can you count to 40? If so ... that's how long it's going to be before a Republican will again elected to an office of national prominance. Even Sarah's panties have turned into a wedgie for the Republicans. Time to do the laundry --- did you pay the electric bill or will it be on the line behind the house.

Choice is no longer an option; it is now the law of the land. Immutable, articulable and finally fair.

Anonymous said...

A saddle on Darwin? You certainly have "exotic" tastes.