Noah’s Ark Theme Park is Eligible for Up To $18 Million in Tax Incentives

Is this really true, has the State of Kentucky rolled over suddenly and now supports the idea giving $18 million to an anti-science religious nut who is building a life-sized replica of Noahs Ark? The previous democratic governor of Kentucky, Steve Besmear, is gone and has now been replaced by a Republican, Matt Bevin, a deeply religious guy, … Read more

Some Statistics have inspired Ken Ham to be rather surprised, shocked and saddened

If Mr Ham has some statistics that have left him feeling sad, then it is quite distinctly possible that we have a set of statistics that point towards the world becoming an even better place. OK, so what is this all about? Well the story here is that Young Earth Creationist, Ken Ham, blogs his … Read more

The Meaning of Life … according to Answers in Genesis

Ken Ham’s latest posting (12th Sept) is one in which he plays the, “Without God you have no meaning” card, and apparently his heart breaks because there are people out there who do not align their thinking with his. He also plays this card as well … The Bible makes it clear that everyone knows … Read more

The weird pronouncements of Ken Ham

Ken Ham is … well, if you know who he actually is then the very invocation of his name will inspire many, both believers and also non-believers, to roll their eyes. If you do not know who he is then here is a quick summary – He runs a group named Answers in Genesis that … Read more

Bizarre Claim: Aliens are going to hell

The Huff Po has an article that presents us with this …  Creationist Ken Ham Says Aliens Will Go To Hell So Let’s Stop Looking For Them Creationist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye the Science Guy over the origins of the universe, is calling for an end to the search for extraterrestrial life because aliens probably … Read more

State Funds to be used to Keep Noah’s ark afloat

You might, or perhaps might not be aware, that there exists a Museum in Kentucky that vigorously promotes the rather daft idea that the Earth is only 6,000 years old. Back in the 17th Century James Ussher, the Archbishop of Armagh in Ireland, sat down and calculated the age of the earth by using the genealogies contained … Read more

Exit mobile version