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Washington Post Tries To Help Out Creatards and Ken Ham goes ballistic.
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Washington Post Tries To Help Out Creatards and Ken Ham goes ballistic.
Ken Ham goes ballistic.

http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/get-your...noahs-ark/

Quote:‘Get your facts right’: Creationist Ken Ham flips out after paper claims no dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark

Quote:Creationist Ken Ham is very angry at the Washington Post for incorrectly reporting that he believes dinosaurs were wiped out by the biblical flood described in the story of Noah.

The reality, says Ham, is that Noah brought dinosaurs on board with him.

The fucktard has a claim on abject stupidity and he isn't giving it up for the Washington Post or anyone!

Good grief creatards are fucking morons.
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RE: Washington Post Tries To Help Out Creatards and
Obviously has no clue exactly how much more unbelievable he's made his claim.

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We do no favors to anyone by coddling these people's delusional beliefs.
Religions were invented to impress and dupe illiterate, superstitious stone-age peasants. So in this modern, enlightened age of information, what's your excuse? Or are you saying with all your advantages, you were still tricked as easily as those early humans?

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There is no better way to convey the least amount of information in the greatest amount of words than to try explaining your religious views.
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(January 1, 2017 at 2:03 pm)Thumpalumpacus Wrote: Obviously has no clue exactly how much more unbelievable he's made his claim.

Well... when you appeal to magic, is there anything too ludicrous to claim?
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Yeah, I saw this on Facebook. This is what I wrote in response:

Quote:Did... did Ham actually say "get your facts right"? Like - with a straight face?
At the age of five, Skagra decided emphatically that God did not exist.  This revelation tends to make most people in the universe who have it react in one of two ways - with relief or with despair.  Only Skagra responded to it by thinking, 'Wait a second.  That means there's a situation vacant.'
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RE: Washington Post Tries To Help Out Creatards and
(January 1, 2017 at 4:51 pm)Stimbo Wrote: Yeah, I saw this on Facebook. This is what I wrote in response:

Quote:Did... did Ham actually say "get your facts right"? Like - with a straight face?

Well, when you can define or redefine anything to mean whatever you want it to mean, of course he can say 'facts' as if they're the exact opposite of the actual definition. I mean, could you fool a lie detector by redefining some of the words in the questions you get asked?
Religions were invented to impress and dupe illiterate, superstitious stone-age peasants. So in this modern, enlightened age of information, what's your excuse? Or are you saying with all your advantages, you were still tricked as easily as those early humans?

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There is no better way to convey the least amount of information in the greatest amount of words than to try explaining your religious views.
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RE: Washington Post Tries To Help Out Creatards and
Heh. The news outlet reported that Ham believes something that is marginally less ludicrous that what he actually believes, and Ham goes all snitty over it. He may as well have said, 'Stop telling people that I'm not quite as crazy as I really am!'

*sigh* Some lunatics are never satisfied.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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I think it's awesome that he considers that a correction.
"Well, evolution is a theory. It is also a fact. And facts and theories are different things, not rungs in a hierarchy of increasing certainty. Facts are the world's data. Theories are structures of ideas that explain and interpret facts. Facts don't go away when scientists debate rival theories to explain them. Einstein's theory of gravitation replaced Newton's in this century, but apples didn't suspend themselves in midair, pending the outcome. And humans evolved from ape- like ancestors whether they did so by Darwin's proposed mechanism or by some other yet to be discovered."

-Stephen Jay Gould
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(January 1, 2017 at 9:28 pm)Tonus Wrote: I think it's awesome that he considers that a correction.

Ask him how seriously he thinks people would take him if he was only working a minimum wage job.
Religions were invented to impress and dupe illiterate, superstitious stone-age peasants. So in this modern, enlightened age of information, what's your excuse? Or are you saying with all your advantages, you were still tricked as easily as those early humans?

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There is no better way to convey the least amount of information in the greatest amount of words than to try explaining your religious views.
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(January 1, 2017 at 9:47 pm)Astonished Wrote:
(January 1, 2017 at 9:28 pm)Tonus Wrote: I think it's awesome that he considers that a correction.

Ask him how seriously he thinks people would take him if he was only working a minimum wage job.

Ask me how seriously I take people knowing that he isn't.
I am John Cena's hip-hop album.
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