Tag Archives: evidence

Bill Nye, Ken Ham debate: double default

Bill Nye orating

Two nights ago (February 4, 2014), Bill Nye (“the Science Guy”) and Ken Ham, director of Answers in Genesis, held their debate. The subject should have been easy to defend. Instead, neither side scored a clear victory. In fact, by any objective standard, the outcome was a double default.

Bill Nye, Ken Ham, and aborigines

Will Bill Nye try to make a connection with aboriginal culture to refute creation?

Tomorrow, Bill Nye, “the Science Guy,” will debate Ken Ham before a live audience and a live Internet stream. Subject: whether creationism is “a viable model of origins.” Yesterday a secularist group in Australia released a public broadside against Ken Ham and his current and former associates. In that broadside they suggested the earth cannot be merely six thousand years old. Why? Because indigenous or “aboriginal” peoples have lived on Australia for far longer. Yet the evidence for that long history consists not of historical records, but of inferences from assuming an old earth a priori.

Ceres water find vindicates creation

Ceres orbit, plan and profile

Two days ago, the journal Nature published a shocking report. The dwarf planet Ceres has water vapor on it, and is actively releasing it. This finding confounds conventional notions of the origins of planets, asteroids, meteoroids, and planetary moons. It also vindicates creation, and more particularly the Hydroplate Theory of the Global Flood. The reason: Walter T. Brown Jr., who originated this theory, predicted this finding years ago.

Polar Vortex, Part 1: Narrative

The Hubert Lamb CRU headquarters, center for worldwide global warming alarmism

All right. It’s time to admit it.  I’m a cynic.  You will have to excuse me for not accepting, without proof, anything people or groups preach without seeing some facts.   Especially if a particular group has an agenda aimed at confiscation and distribution of property they don’t own or have any right to. And that includes the so-called “polar vortex.”

Fools no longer conscious of shame

Blake's Image of Creation should be a warning to fools who deny God

Wisdom will not long hold a seat in the head of that man who yielded up his heart to folly.

– Charles H. Spurgeon

Recently we found that a group of climate-change scientists were stranded in the ice while on a “climate change” research expedition. We know that they did not want the American people to catch on to their folly; regardless, it was brought to the light for all to see and hear.

Bill Nye, Ken Ham debate – live TV?

Does Bill Nye hold to this?

The Bill Nye-Ken Ham debate draws more interest with every hour, both from media and from the lay public. The latest hints from Answers in Genesis signal a shift in their plans, toward carrying the event on live television.

Bill Nye, Ken Ham debate – sellout crowd

How old is this planet? Bill Nye thinks he's ready to debate that. But others want him to back out.

The great debate between Bill Nye (“The Science Guy”) and Ken Ham, head of Answers in Genesis, will play literally to a sellout crowd.

Bill Nye, call off debate! – columnist

How old is this planet? Bill Nye thinks he's ready to debate that. But others want him to back out.

Last Friday (3 January 2014), Bill Nye agreed to debate Ken Ham on creation v. evolution. Now a columnist for a popular TV channel devoted to science, wants Bill Nye to call it off.

Sinkholes: another effect of the Flood?

A sinkhole on a mountain trail in Tennessee.

Sinkholes seem to be a growing trend nationwide and worldwide. The last 24 hours has seen reports of two fresh sinkholes. One, latest in a series, opened in Palmyra, Pa., late on December 18. In Jersey City, N.J., another opened that same afternoon after a water-main break.

Lie of the year

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.

Politifact.com made it official yesterday afternoon. Barack Obama, in describing his signature healthcare reform program, told the Lie of the Year. Everyone could have known that would be the Lie of the Year. What really matters is that Politifact.com could no longer deny it, no matter how hard they tried.