Education

Flat Earth

So I was tagged in a facebook post that said: Are the 100 mile long salt flats with an inch of rain not enough proof? Lol obviously not for y’all. Keep researching. They can’t even explain gravity but I’m supposed to just go with it? Along with the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQ7_9eIAlT4&feature=youtu.be I tried to post a […]

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Evidence in Science

I saw an article posted on my facebook page. I had to comment. So I commented. I copied and pasted the comments below: —————————————————————————————————— “Though many similarities may be cited between living apes and humans, the only historical evidence that could support the ape ancestry of man must come from fossils.” Actually, no. Most of […]

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Ken Ham on Bill Nye

I recently came across a post on facebook which linked to the following article: https://answersingenesis.org/blogs/ken-ham/2016/01/13/bill-nye-borrows-christian-worldview/ I couldn’t help but comment on this post as there are many things wrong in this article. Unfortunately, the post was removed after my comment was posted. I decided to post my comment here for those interested in what I […]

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“Why the Universe is the Way it is” Critique – Part 1

Part 1 I was given the the book “Why the Universe is the Way it is” by Hugh Ross to read. Hugh Ross is an old earth creationist who founded a christian organization called Reasons to Believe (RTB). (See: http://www.reasons.org/about/who-we-are/hugh-ross) Even though he is a creationist, I actually respect Hugh Ross. I think he’s a […]

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“Observational Science” vs. “Historical Science”

I recently replied to a post on facebook.  Out of respect for the person, I will not include the original quote.  However, the post mainly claimed that there is a difference between “observable science” and “historical science” (referring to the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham).  The person then went on to claim that […]

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Bill Nye Vs Ken Ham

In case you weren’t aware, Bill Nye (yes, the science guy) is debating the notorious founder of the Creation museum, Ken Ham tonight. Since the arguments for creationism pretty much revolve around believing something first, and then trying to back it up with pseudo-scientific evidence, this isn’t so much a debate as it an episode […]

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