Creationist Diorama-Rama

1Stplace Utne Reader, on a Creationist Science Fair that recently took place inside a shopping mall in Roseville, Minnesota, including a diorama explaining how a broken motor disproves evolution, plus fossil evidence that people lived at the same time as dinosaurs.

The projects all used classic high school science language: Start with a hypothesis, move on to testing, and then draw a conclusion. The problem was that much of the science was backwards. In good science, you start with a piece of evidence and try to find a truth. With creationist science, you start with a truth (the Bible), and try to find the evidence.

Music: Isaac Hayes :: Going In Circles

One Reply to “Creationist Diorama-Rama”

  1. To each his own I guess. That’s assuming that the Bible is an absolute truth meaning all that it says comes from factual provable events. Until irrefutable and concrete proof is obtained a lot of people will merely raise a skeptical eyebrow at that line of reasoning.

    But if that’s what Creationists believe in then that’s their choice . In return they should respect those who follow the path of traditional sciences.

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