Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Creationism alert!

A zoo in Tulsa will have a Noah's creation scene.
The Tulsa Zoo will display the biblical version of the Earth's creation in an exhibit at the zoo.
The Tulsa Park and Recreation Board voted 3-to-1 to display the exhibit on creationism despite opposition from zoo employees, religious leaders and others who say it should not be part of a publicly funded scientific institution.

Supporters of the exhibit include Mayor Bill LaFortune who say the Tulsa Zoo already has cultural displays such as an elephant statue with Hindu significance.

The exhibit will include a disclaimer saying the display is one example of one widely held view of the origins of Earth.

It'll be placed on a wall in the Time Gallery area inside the zoo's Arctic building.
Yep, nothing like going to a publicly funded ZOO and having a church break out. Or was that a boxing match and a hockey game breaks out. Hmmmm. All because an Indian Elephant display included a statue of Ganesh. Ooh. Big man. I'm real impressed. My big man in the sky is bigger than yours!
AmericaBlog has the other item for tonight's alert involving Answers in Genesis, a KY based pack of complete madmen.
Not clear whether he had those cool metalic shock cages for the velociraptors, or whether bamboo was sufficient.

Please God, let their children compete against our children for jobs.

From "Dinosaurs and the Bible":
The story we have all heard from movies, television, newspapers, and most magazines and textbooks is that dinosaurs lived millions of year ago. According to evolutionists, the dinosaurs 'ruled the Earth' for 140 million years, dying out about 65 million years ago. However, scientists do not dig up anything labeled with those ages. They only uncover dead dinosaurs (i.e., their bones), and their bones do not have labels attached telling how old they are. The idea of millions of years of evolution is just the evolutionists' story about the past. No scientist was there to see the dinosaurs live through this supposed dinosaur age. In fact, there is no proof whatsoever that the world and its fossil layers are millions of years old. No scientist observed dinosaurs die. Scientists only find the bones in the here and now, and because many of them are evolutionists, they try to fit the story of the dinosaurs into their view....

As you add up all of the dates, and accepting that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to Earth almost 2000 years ago, we come to the conclusion that the creation of the Earth and animals (including the dinosaurs) occurred only thousands of years ago (perhaps only 6000!), not millions of years. Thus, if the Bible is right (and it is!), dinosaurs must have lived within the past thousands of years....

Evolutionists declare that no man ever lived alongside dinosaurs. The Bible, however, makes it plain that dinosaurs and people must have lived together. Actually, as we will soon see, there is a lot of evidence for this....
How do they prove this insane theory? Noah got baby dinos, and different species of dinos are just breeds, like dogs.
In reality, there may have been fewer than 50 kinds of dinosaurs.
And these guys are 50 kinds of dumbass.
At the time of the Flood, many of the sea creatures died, but some survived. In addition, all of the land creatures outside the Ark died, but the representatives of all the kinds that survived on the Ark lived in the new world after the Flood. Those land animals (including dinosaurs) found the new world to be much different than the one before the Flood. Due to (1) competition for food that was no longer in abundance, (2) other catastrophes, (3) man killing for food (and perhaps for fun), and (4) the destruction of habitats, etc., many species of animals eventually died out. The group of animals we now call dinosaurs just happened to die out too. In fact, quite a number of animals be come extinct each year. Extinction seems to be the rule in Earth history (not the formation of new types of animals as you would expect from evolution).

Or, you could just go with actual evidence instead of religious magic and tortured reasoning. I'll take any odds these idiots put up on bronze age inbred (everyone related to Noah) versus my TRex. Beeyatch.

Now back to your regularly scheduled blog.

by Robster @ 6/08/2005 10:26:00 PM PERMALink