The Scientific Activist

i-2a295274c065be3adc5782eb73a408e0-false_mug.jpgIf we learned anything from the Atlas of Creation, it’s that we can refute any evidence, regardless of how scientifically sound it is, just by putting a red X across it and writing “FALSE”. Jeremiah McNichols reflects on this at his blog Think In Pictures… and then he takes it one step further. McNichols is selling merchandise to give you the same powers of refutation as the Atlas’s own Harun Yahya. Check it out here. All proceeds go to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), so it’s for a good cause.

Besides, who wouldn’t want to be able to do this?

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Evolution? Forget about it!

Comments

  1. #1 ERV
    July 24, 2007

    LOVE IT!

  2. #3 Torbjörn Larsson, OM
    July 25, 2007

    Nice link Hilton, surpassing Yahya. I particularly liked how “copycat pagans” must have used a time machine to spawn christianity. Not even woo.

  3. #4 anechidna
    August 13, 2007

    I found it to be very entertaining but also very limited in its reality in the attempts to justify and explain.

    Do you really believe all this. Yep there was a creator, everything was zapped into place that he even had time to try out 24 different optical vision systems for birds, many more for mammals. Yes science can not explain everything but it certainly is making attempts to do so.

    Creationism is another set of aboriginal (not Australian) Dreamtime stories. Read them and you hear the voices of primitive man trying to make sense of their then world.

  4. #5 Ryan
    August 17, 2007

    just another right wing attempt to understand something that they have no concept of. creationism was all fine and dandy before science started to explain everything. this book is like trying to say that a bluebird isnt blue… its red because the bible says so, when any person with any sense can see that a bluebird is in fact… you guessed it…. blue.