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Friday, 01 December, 2006

Science Meets The Scriptures
(with comments)

What is Creation Sensation?

Creation Sensation is devoted to the provision of quality science materials to help you and your child explore the world around you. As you learn about the world of nature without the influence of a secular, evolutionary worldview you will come to KNOW beyond a doubt that the Almighty God made all things.

For example: How old is the moon?

The moon is thought to be between 6,000 and 10,000 years old. This number is at least a half-million times smaller than the evolutionary 4.6 billion years. The creationism age is based upon two factors. First, there is a healthy skepticism of radioisotope dating results. Many hundreds of scientists worldwide question the vast ages assigned to rocks. These researchers are very interested in overlooked kinds of science data that support a recent creation. The second factor supporting a recent creation is the record of biblical history. The Bible most naturally allows for thousand of years of history, but not millions or billions of years.

Now that's quality science!

This is pretty good too: The Stench. It explains why a dead mouse smells bad.


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  1. By cj_. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @01:12pm:
    You want to see something crazy? http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2528412371399195162

    "Creationist Kent Hovind Reveals The Truth About Dinosaurs And Evolution!{" Learn that lizards never stop growing, so dinosaurs were really just lizards that lived for 1000 years in the garden of eden, but Noah only took SMALL lizards on the ark. Also, a layer of water surrounded the earth held up by magnitism. And Liberals are evil.

    It's all here folks.. if you can make it past 15 minutes of video. I know I couldn't.
  2. By Ironcrow. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @01:17pm:
    Why does that line about silly little prayers remind me of those annoying people on the web who constantly send the chain letters and warnings and cry for help emails. If there is a Christian God he must be sick of the prayer spam.

    And as for the general gist. Sounds like a cult of death to me. When you are alive you stink and offensive to their God but when you die, and die with the right worldview, only then do you no longer stink. God be praised, at least we have a "Jesus Fresh" smell to look forward to when we die.
  3. By Moon. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @01:33pm:
    Hey! Leave me out of it!

    Grumble, grumble. I'm NOT THAT OLD!
  4. By Chris. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @02:20pm:
    Here's what I don't get. Let's say you are a die hard creationist. Why do you have to question 4.9 billion years?

    "On the first day God creates light and dark, day and night"

    Who's to say that Gods 1st day is the same length as our day?
    Maybe his first day was 1 billion of our years. I mean really, what's the point of a "but I say dinosaurs lived 3000 year ago, the moon is 9000 years old" bit.

    Silly people.
  5. By Sheldon. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @02:36pm:
    Because there is no mention of the dinosaurs in the Bible. Athiests try to use evolution to disprove the bible.
    (and when I say "bible" I am referring to the FSM Bible, not the other silly hokem generally lacking in pirates bible...)
  6. By Tim Spellman. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @03:26pm:
    The universe was around for billions of years before human beings invented God. Then, "In the beginning [about 6,000 years ago] God created the heavens and the earth." What was God supposed to have been doing between the time of the big bang and 6,000 years ago?
  7. By cj_. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @04:31pm:
    I really don't think it's fair to say atheists try to disprove the bible. Perhaps some do, but in general the take on it is "this is an historic mish-mash of translated texts of stories, proverbs, socio-political commentary, and metaphor". Indeed, the Bible's origins are very interesting and worthy of study in their own right. It's not a matter of "disproving" creationism, it's a matter of: if you take this text literally as the infallabile, literal word of god and wish to shape policy and the education system around it.. you have some explaining to do first.

    The fact that it cannot be explained in any rational way makes the case for so-called atheists way more than any argument about science or evolution. Case in point? Watch the video I linked in my first comment. The guy is an absolute raving lunatic.

    I'm willing to entertain the notion of god, but the discussion needs to be based in reality as we know it today. Creationism fails in this regard.
  8. By Levi VonHollen. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @07:35pm:
    I once heard it said that evolution is about as plausible as an explosion in a print shop, with the end result being a perfectly formed Webster's dictionary.

    Where is the fossil transition record that proves the changeover from goo, to the zoo then on to me and YOU! It's just not there.

    Neandertals did not contribute mitochondrial DNA to modern humans, "says Dr. Mark Stoneking, associate professor of anthropology
    at Penn State. "Neandertals are not our ancestors."
    (http://www.psu.edu/ur/NEWS/news/Neandertal.html)
    They were a completely different species frm us.
    The maternal DNA target of our origin does however reaffirm the Biblical stand and points to a single female that agnostic scientist audaciously named Eve...
    The scientific tetimony of this age gives proof of the Bible's accuracy and validity. It consistently demonstrates that the events and people of the Bible were real and credible.
  9. By Mary. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @07:50pm:
    Not everyone who believes in a Creator believes that the age of the earth - or of mankind - or anything else - is in the Bible - or in the Koran - or any other book.

    A "day" is 24 hours on this planet, and a "year" is 365+ days; it's all based on our available light from our own star. Obviously, that isn't the truth for the rest of the planets in the universe - not even for the rest of the planets in our own solar system. Why would anyone think that God's time is in those same increments? The "day" that God used to create this or that could certainly involve a different measure of "time" than the way we measure it; yes, it could have been a kazillion years of "our" time.

    We sure fight over some stupid things when there are so many serious matters needing our attention; that is, the attention of BOTH believers and nonbelievers.

    What matters is what we do with the earth that we have TODAY, not how old the dirt is.
  10. By Moon. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @07:54pm:
    The universe was around for billions of years before human beings invented God. Then, "In the beginning [about 6,000 years ago] God created the heavens and the earth." What was God supposed to have been doing between the time of the big bang and 6,000 years ago?

    Masturbating, like all teenagers.
  11. By J-Walk. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @07:57pm:
    I once heard it said that evolution is about as plausible as an explosion in a print shop, with the end result being a perfectly formed Webster's dictionary

    Well, the person who said that obviously has no idea what evolution is all about.

    The scientific tetimony of this age gives proof of the Bible's accuracy and validity. It consistently demonstrates that the events and people of the Bible were real and credible.

    Sheesh... give me a break.
  12. By Pancho. Comment posted 01-Dec-2006 @08:02pm:
    The scientific tetimony of this age gives proof of the Bible's accuracy and validity. It consistently demonstrates that the events and people of the Bible were real and credible.

    Way to go, Levi! Science is so advanced that we can prove that pi = 3 and that God killed off all but two each of his critters with a flood. Praise the Lord!
  13. By Jane. Comment posted 02-Dec-2006 @07:14am:
    Help me and my child? My kid would fall asleep if he'd read 'bout how old the moon is the way it's written here. If I certainly had a kid.
  14. By fouo432. Comment posted 02-Dec-2006 @08:49pm:
    Next I suppose some dingbat is going to say there's no Santa Claus.
    Enough of this foolishness already. The boobs who posit this bosh think they are doing a service by stimulating discussion on topics such as this. Someone, say it ain't so...please.
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