Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Creation Museum Celebrates Six Years of Child Abuse

Dinosaur Mythology and Pseudoscience
Yee HAW!
The Creation Museum would be more accurately described as the Young Earth Creationism Museum. The museum is dedicated to the notion that the earth was created roughly 6,000 years ago over a six day span. Adherents insist that humans and dinosaurs existed at the same time.

For the record, the overwhelming scientific consensus is that it is evidence-based fact that the universe has existed for around 13.8 billion years and that the Earth was formed about 4.5 billion years ago, with life first appearing at least 2.5 billion years ago. Moreover, dinosaurs ceased to exist about 65 million years ago. Homo Habilis ("handy man") is believed to be the first known species of our genus Homo. This species lived about 2.2 to ~1.2 million years ago,

Oh goodie! Let's teach the kids that Dragons were real.

According to American Family Association's blog:
 Dr. Ken Ham, president and founder of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum, invites former visitors to make a return visit to see the world-class exhibit "Dragon Legends" that will, among other topics, answer the question: "Were dinosaurs dragons?" - See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/culture/2013/05/28/creation-museum-expands-celebrates-six-years#.UaTaNnzvpRQ
Dragon
Dr. Ken Ham, president and founder of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum, invites former visitors to make a return visit to see the world-class exhibit "Dragon Legends" that will, among other topics, answer the question: "Were dinosaurs dragons?"

"There are lots of dragon legends because they were real creatures," Ham tells OneNewsNow. "We believe many of the dinosaurs would fit some of the descriptions of dragons - the land dragons at least. I've never seen an exhibit like this anywhere else."

We confuse children with pseudo-science and then we wonder why we cannot compete in math and science.
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