Creation Museum causes stir in scient...

Creation Museum causes stir in scientific circles

There are 226 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from May 19, 2007, titled Creation Museum causes stir in scientific circles. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

A museum where Adam and Eve share exhibit space with dinosaurs is drawing criticism from groups of science educators as it nears completion.

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aaron Gibson

Newport, OR

#1 May 19, 2007
"scientifically inaccurate"...what? have they seen what is in the other museums. there are exhibits in support of evolution that defy scientific evidence.
theotherguy

Tucson, AZ

#2 May 19, 2007
It would be more scientific for the critics to do some research and visit the Museum before making these judgments.
Dave D

Bremerton, WA

#3 May 19, 2007
"There's no doubt these are documented lies."
So show us the documentation.
Otto

United States

#4 May 19, 2007
To Lawrence Krauss:
Please answer the questions in Job 38:1-6.
May you have an encounter with Him who is your Creator.
Otto

United States

#5 May 19, 2007
To Lawrence Krauss:
Please answer the questions in Job 38:1-6.
May you have an encounter with Him who is your Creator.
Roy Galut

Australia

#6 May 19, 2007
a fact worth having is worth testing and that includes creationism and evolution to put put one or the other down without exastive testing is not science those that petion against creationism without examinig the evidence do a diservice to science.
charles ashley

Saint Paul, MN

#7 May 19, 2007
When their religon of "Evolution" is challenged the left goes on Attack mode to Silence the opposing view. These "intellectual's" are Fear the Truth of their Lies being exposed so they try to shut them down by Any means necessary!
What are you so Afraid of anyway?
If your argument's are sound you have nothing to fear, but they are not so that is why you seek to silence us.
Oh, one more thing why do you go only after Christian's and not Muslim's?
Maybe because you know that as Christian's we won't retaliate against you, but muslim's would!
Christopher Sharp

Tucson, AZ

#10 May 20, 2007
As a Christians and a professional scientist, I'm appalled by the apologetics that some Christians make in supporting a 6000 year old universe, and they seem to have no qualms in breaking the 9th Commandmant.
Although I have not yet been to the museum, I have met people from Answers in Genesis, such as Jason Lisle. Please see http://csharp.com/lisle.html .
Larry John

Chicago, IL

#11 May 20, 2007
Christopher Sharp wrote:
As a Christians and a professional scientist, I'm appalled by the apologetics that some Christians make in supporting a 6000 year old universe, and they seem to have no qualms in breaking the 9th Commandmant.
Although I have not yet been to the museum, I have met people from Answers in Genesis, such as Jason Lisle. Please see http://csharp.com/lisle.html .
What do You think we should do with Mr. Lisle ?? Maybe You two can have debate ??
Tom

Radcliff, KY

#12 May 20, 2007
If the tolerant, pacifist liberal know - it - alls don't like what's in the museum than why don't they just not go in. If they don't like the message then don't listen to it. These know -it- alls have an agenda that calls anyone who doesn't believe them a facist and a danger to their cause. They do not believe in freedom of speech or differing opinions. The dead end of Darwinism is in sight now that we have advanced in so many are4as of science. Evolutionists show us one animal in the middle stages of evolution. Tell us how such complicated information in microscopic DNA was evolved. The DNA information was designed by a creator and they know it is too complex to have fallen into place by chance. A single cell is so complex as to not have been able to have formed by chance and they are afraid just the same as the abortion voters are that the curtain has been pulled away and they are seen for what they really are and that is pathetic believers with no evidence of what they believe in.
Skeptic

Surrey, Canada

#13 May 20, 2007
"When they try to confuse [kids] about what is science and what isn't science, scientists have an obligation to speak out,"

You mean like the Global Warming Fraud ??
NCBEALL

Canada

#14 May 20, 2007
the message creationists say is to teach this as an alternative , to at least let them think of different options.

me , as a believer in Lord God Almighty , i see 6000 year creationism as an alternative to dr. suess and/or disneyland , but it for sure has nothing to do with the truth real in life, for sure.
Truly Amazed

Brussels, Belgium

#15 May 20, 2007
Speaking also as a professional scientist, I get offended when my colleagues defend evolution for the sake of science. I wonder how many of my colleagues really think through this debate and recognize that the only branch of science that is "slighted" and challenged is evolutionary biology. All other branches of science are not in conflict. All I ask of critics to do is to really think critically. I did 20 years ago and I am no longer an agnostic. The other disgusting development is the so-called petition, "Campaign to Defend the Constitution." What a complete joke - defending the Constitution means that you have also permit others to air their views with you trying to actively silence them. Other contributors got it right - this is a religion of the Left. They can't stand to be challenged.
Bob Cirba

United States

#16 May 20, 2007
I don't know about the veracity of this museum, but I'm sure that there are no more inaccuracies than in any evolution lecture. The theory of evolution is the grandest and most tragic hoax of our lifetimes. "Cross-species evolution is so ridiculous, only an "intellectual" could believe it. Blessings, Bob
Steve MacLurg

Madrid, Spain

#17 May 20, 2007
What an odd position to adopt for 'objective' scientists--condemning and sanctioning an exibit before they have seen it. Hmmm. It makes one wonder if objectivism or dogmatism is their real method.
sigvard von brevern

Maidenhead, UK

#18 May 20, 2007
let`s talk about a little about science first .
Well known and reputable scientist have to
the conclusion , after examining all the
evidences available , that man and reptiles ,
such as dinosaurs indeed co-existed. It has
been scientifically established that human
and dinassaur footprints have been laid down and preserved at the same time .
The Bible dscribes those creatures , the
description is perfect , although the name
is different , first of all it is a hebrew name,
secondly the name " dinaussor " being a man made , modern name was not then
known . So , it is plainly to be seen , that the
Bible agrees with science , although much ,
but not all science agrees with the Bible ,
depending on what the agenda of the
individual scientist is .
We should be thankful that creation -
estblishments still exist , as one day they
probably will be made illeagal , just to
remain politically correct .
dexalatebill

United States

#19 May 20, 2007
Dr. Gerald Schroeder wrote the best explanation I have read on science and creation. Typing his name in a search engine should bring you to his works. He was a professor of nuclear physics at MIT.
Bernie Wright

Euclid, OH

#20 May 20, 2007
This is just another attempt to silence other scientists and their views. Evolutionists have had their chance for decades. Let the public decide. After all, they have been taught evolution-only for their lives. They will be able to see the truth, don't you think?
stefanie

Australia

#21 May 20, 2007
What is wrong with a minority group building a museum depicting its own beliefs with its own private money in America? No-one is forced to go. No one is forced to pay taxes to support this. What's the big deal?
John H1029

Pompano Beach, FL

#22 May 20, 2007
Where is the proof for what you erroneously believe Mr. Kraus? Just because you and other indoctrinated professors believe something does not mean it is true

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