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This is fucking sad that there are a lot like him in the world — Answers in Genesis is one of them.
Someone from Wikipedia who is maintaining the site is very pissed I have that photo out there. That photo along with Tabloid Purposes is the mandate to encourage real science education into Christian high schools. I am going to give a new meaning to “Teach the Controversy” — teach the science of Evolution, true evolution to the Christian schools. The start is get Tabloid Purposes in the hands of those high schools that are teaching the whole young earth fairlytale to the system. (My memoir is known as An Eye In Shadows; and I found this interesting article about Carl Jung.) Science illiteracy is a huge problem in the faith community — this sent many young earth creationists in an uproar, my 2007 promotional photo.
The Lake Fossil Dialog Played Up, and then the surreal feeling were the most harmless of my catalog. My first science fiction story just earned its Controversial status. I found this too; Anger, Madness, and the Daimonic: The Psychological Genesis of Violence, Evil and Creativity.I suppose you guys want Tabloid Purposes; I will have this linked up to the recent blog with it’s 2014 anniversary cover. I suggest checking out God of Evolution, and I Fucking Love Science. The latter of the two is a favorite of my friend Nikk Dibs in Dope as he admitted he wanted to study microbiology than go to a bar. I wish I also had the money to get him a microscope. So those of you who are in the Science community in Kentucky — you guys are going to need my help to send Ken Ham into bankruptcy. We need to get TBN aware of God of Evolution.com because they are the ones who will help vindicate Evolution from someone like “Dr.” Hovind.
And his fucking idiot asshole son, Eric. I want to do a debate in a documentary with Eric but not in a Creation Museum but in the location where I originally took my photo at 2 in the morning from walking up the subway tunnel on The Red Line at the Museum Campus. It’s time for a Science Intervention with someone like Hovind something with real science — Lake Fossil’s science is paleontology but I was making a joke out of Hovind’s whole thing about humans dinosaurs co-existing.
God of Evolution has a grisly meme on their page — and I did a few grisly blog entries about for arguments sake they did “co-exist.” We’d be a hot lunch for a pack of raptors with our blooded bones left behind. Even TBN believes in the young earth fairytale — but they had the subject of creationism vs. evolution. The Lake Fossil Trilogy now has a new meaning — and my new story I am working on plays up a KJO who is very much like how Hovind is. I guess the AiG asshole had seen my tumblr.com blog and was pissed because I debunked him quite hard.
This reblog and my own blogs are (playing Rod Serling’s role) submitted for your approval in The Twilight Zone. I am going to be pinteresting my most recent blog entry too so you can read it as I am rebutting Hovind and Ken Ham — half-truths; you are a half truth Ken. You fucking flat earther — yeah that’s harsh but when I am dealing with a known liar like you. It’s time to show how pissed God is with you. AiG — God is not for sale. You flat earthers act like I kept my Bible in a pool of blood (that’s a joke) Come on — I am very tongue-in-cheek like Jack T. Chick is but you’re idea of a Christian — what does a Christian look like?
I’m not exactly sure when I first remember hearing about this whack job, but it was within the span of a few years ago. The first thing I remember hearing about this guy is that he tried to claim bankruptcy, didn’t file his tax returns properly, and stated that his motivation for claiming that he wasn’t a United States Citizen and had no income or possessions was because everything he owned belonged to God.
That’s a little glimpse into the mental capacity of the man known as Kent Hovind.
Typically (sadly) this wouldn’t strike me as anything more crazy than I’d hear on an average day on the news. However, what captured my attention and I found particularly agitating was the fact that this man had his PhD. “Why does this bother you so?” you might ask. Well, it’s because someday I’d like to have my PhD (or at least…
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