Ken Ham clarifies: Defund NASA’s search for alien life to build more Creation Museum

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  1. steve knight macrumors 68020

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    of course he is perfectly fine fleecing the sheeple of money though it is starting to fail. had to install a zip-line to get them in. of course it pissed god off and he brang down the lightening.
    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/07/...h-for-alien-life-build-more-creation-museums/
     
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    Do you agree with Ken Ham?
     
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    How could anyone with the last name Ham be bad?
     
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    Ham could easily be bad. Bacon on the other hand...
     

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    Eh, bacon's getting overplayed. Ham, on the other hand, has always and will always go well with any occasion.

    ...well, besides vegan gatherings, but they have their suspiciously similar soy substitutes.
     
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    I know what he wants, and he needs to be stopped. My s-soul is already red and raw from these people trying to godomize me. Enough already.
     
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    Somehow whenever I read the word soy, I always think soylent. After that I just can't eat the stuff.
     
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    That's why I said it's "suspiciously similar".
     
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    I probably should have caught that. Now I want to watch that stupid movie.
     
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    And while you're watching it, you can drink the real thing!

    That's right. Someone actually went out and made a meal substitute called Soylent.
     
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    Every time I read something Ken Ham has been up to, it reminds me of the Bill Hicks quote, "You ever notice how creationists look really unevolved?".

    The term, Godomize is crafted from pure genius :)
     
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    I am puzzled when I see quotes like this:

    Yes, finding intelligent life beyond Earth would challenge the dogma that many Christians (but not necessarily the Bible) accept. It would be similar to the way that telescopes and mathematical models challenged and overthrew the idea that the sun orbited around the Earth, when it was actually the other way around. But if intelligent life exists, who cares if it undermines current Christian theology? Is it really better to bury our heads in the sand and not even try to advance our understanding of the universe around us on the off-chance that it might cause problems for religious beliefs?
     

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