Mr. Ham...were YOU there?
Yes he was. Clearly Ken Ham is an Australopithecus.
I thought the dinosaurs died because they couldn't learn to love each other.
I'll get down with God if he can explain Encounter at Raven's Gate to me.
@Anonymous 12:58Is that a "Track of the Moon Beast" reference?
"Were you THERE?" shall be shouted from the audience of every church sermon, scientific lecture, or literature reading I attend for the next few decades.
Pay him no mind. That is Hugh Jackman's asshole brother.Anyway, this guy knows nothing of science. Certainly nothing of genetics and anthropology. He claims if no human was around to record data to share with future generations, it didn't happen. That is exactly where science sticks its fact-driven head in to fill in the gap.
Ah Ken Ham. I admit some of his views may sound controversial at first, but just take a virtual tour at his Creation Museum and prepare to be wowed.http://creationmuseum.org/
Actually, andiepants, I believe my fellow anon was making a "Pumaman" reference! Long live the Pumaman!
Abraham Lincoln, Dinosaur Hunter
This is great! I can dispute any occurrence by saying that the person wasn't there! The moon landing, Lincoln's assassination, WWI, Jesus's miraculous feats...oh...wait...Mr. Ham, how do we answer the last one?--Sgt. McKinley, Royal Anon's...
Okay, dinosaurs are awesome and I wish they were still around, but this guy takes wishful thinking way, way too far.
open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur!
When big Jack Horner told me there was more than 30 dinosaurs I asked him "Were. You. There?" and he said he was, then he punched me the same way Neil Armstrong did that time I told him I switched his coffee with Folgers' Crystals. RIP Mr. Armstrong and Dinosaurs.
I'm a creationist and this video hurt my very being. What is wrong with this man and who let him in front of an audience?
...and science was duped FOREVERRRR!
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