I just attended this guys talk and thought people might be interested in knowing my opinion of it. Firstly, I must say, he has the debating ability of a politician. he is able to spend ten minutes attempting to answer a question, without actually answering it. Although, some of his claims were interesting and certainly provided food for thought. For example, according to his sources (respected geologists), it would take 2,500 years for your big toe to become covered in dirt - this is how he is attempting to debunk the validity of fossils. But he also argues that we are in a state of devolution, and the evidence for that is that humans are more susceptible to diseases, such as diabetes. I actually would have thought that is actually a result of our own, technological evolution (pollution) and partly due to bacteria and diseases evolving. All-in-all, his claims were interesting, but after attending his talk I still am no more convinced that creationism is a viable theory.