Creationist museum opens in the States

hotel_california

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#2
“Roughly half of Americans reject some aspect of evolution, believe the Earth is less than 10,000 years old, and that humans coexisted with dinosaurs".
Alarming.
 

Sadurian

LE
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#4
The USA has long had parks featuring large anthropomorphic animals. Why not a park showing how Noah and his sons used primitive technology to build a wooden boat big enough to cram in two or more breeding specimens of every species, including those only living on the extreme poles or on highly specialised diets, and keep them fed and alive for 40 days?

Oh, and then release them to go graze on the sludge which would be all that remains of the vegetation in the salt-poisoned earth.
 
#5
The USA has long had parks featuring large anthropomorphic animals. Why not a park showing how Noah and his sons used primitive technology to build a wooden boat big enough to cram in two or more breeding specimens of every species, including those only living on the extreme poles or on highly specialised diets, and keep them fed and alive for 40 days?

Oh, and then release them to go graze on the sludge which would be all that remains of the vegetation in the salt-poisoned earth.
The Ark, as built by Noah and Sons Ltd was in fact the Model T Ford of the Tardis line of products (which also includes the various marks of Santa's Sleigh).

Your cynicism is therefore unfounded.
 
#7
Now available in the UK. Portsmouth to be exact, which is ironic as that town alone is a shining example of how humans & apes have a common ancestry.

What these feckers believe is just jaw dropping. Their T-Rex looks a bit crap too.

Genesis Expo - Creation Museum in Portsmouth
 
#9
In the poll 16% of replies believed that man and dinosaurs co existed (in a Platonic way of course, none of this disgusting sex stuff).
Einstein said he believed in the Universe and human stupidity. But sometimes he doubted the Universe.
Clever bloke, knew a thing or two.
 
#11
The USA has long had parks featuring large anthropomorphic animals. Why not a park showing how Noah and his sons used primitive technology to build a wooden boat big enough to cram in two or more breeding specimens of every species, including those only living on the extreme poles or on highly specialised diets, and keep them fed and alive for 40 days?

Oh, and then release them to go graze on the sludge which would be all that remains of the vegetation in the salt-poisoned earth.
Not bad when you consider the old scroat was (according to the bible) over 500 years old
 
#12
In the poll 16% of replies believed that man and dinosaurs co existed (in a Platonic way of course, none of this disgusting sex stuff).
Einstein said he believed in the Universe and human stupidity. But sometimes he doubted the Universe.
Clever bloke, knew a thing or two.
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
#13
In the poll 16% of replies believed that man and dinosaurs co existed (in a Platonic way of course, none of this disgusting sex stuff).
Einstein said he believed in the Universe and human stupidity. But sometimes he doubted the Universe.
Clever bloke, knew a thing or two.
Ah, that would have been during the Platonic era, then? :-D
 

hotel_california

LE
Book Reviewer
#14
Now available in the UK. Portsmouth to be exact, which is ironic as that town alone is a shining example of how humans & apes have a common ancestry.

What these feckers believe is just jaw dropping. Their T-Rex looks a bit crap too.

Genesis Expo - Creation Museum in Portsmouth
Thanks for that. I will be in Portsmouth next Saturday. I will commit my honest thoughts to their guest book.
 
#16
No, they are mostly harmless; suicide bomber believing killing innocent people gets them a place in any form of Heaven/Paradise, that's dumb.
. . . with 70 virgins too. Why virgins, I would want at least 100 dirty sluts
 
#20
Now available in the UK. Portsmouth to be exact, which is ironic as that town alone is a shining example of how humans & apes have a common ancestry.

What these feckers believe is just jaw dropping. Their T-Rex looks a bit crap too.

Genesis Expo - Creation Museum in Portsmouth
their T-Rex looks like they have used a Barney the Dinosaur for the model.
 

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