Madame/Mr. Creationscience, I hate to have to point this out, but speciation IS evolution.Domesticated cows, flying frogs and flying squirrels are examples of speciation. You seem to be labeling the non-evolutionary processes as evolution again.
Again, adaption due to environmental pressures (in this case man made pressures) IS evolution.Tuskless elephants. That is interesting. But, that's actually quite anti-evolutionary isn't it? However, it's still adaptation!
Well, there seems to be plenty of wood (tool handles, toys, furniture, etc.) from around that same time, such as in Egypt, China, India that hasn't rotted away.Never found a huge boat? Well, considering it was made of wood and on the top of a mountain, I would expect it to be pretty much eroded away by now, would you? Unless there was some evidence of wood once being up there, maybe fossilized or petrified?
An ancient Egyptian board game from around 2600BC.
And these are relatively small pieces of wood, not the massive timbers and beams that would be required to build a wooden boat the size of a small aircraft carrier. So why exactly why would massive timbers and beams rot away and small wooden board games remain?
Further, the tops of mountains are excellent environments for preserving things. Cold dry air is superb for preservation, just look at the Peruvian mummies pretty much just left out in the open preserved for thousands of years.
So, no I would NOT expect all of the wood to be rotted away.
I apologize in advance for saying this, but this is "kind" of a silly list. They may have been Christians, but that doesn't make them "creationists". Many of these scientists knew nothing about evolution, but being scientists most would probably have agreed with the evolutionary conclusions that the EVIDENCE points to.I also love when evolutionists claim that creationists never do anything.
I would mention Francis Collins, but he just thinks that "goddidit".
(Physics) Newton, Faraday, Maxwell, Kelvin
(Chemistry) Boyle, Dalton, Ramsay
(Biology) Ray Linnaeus, Mendel, Pasteur, Virchow, Agassiz
(Geology) Buckland, Cuiver, Steno, Woodward, Kepler
(Astronomy)Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Herschel, Maunder
(Mathematics) Pascal, Leibnitz and Euler.
"Kind of a meager list, and what, exactly, have they contributed to "creation science"? What earth shattering discoveries have they brought to light?Currently practicing scientists include:
Humphreys (nuclear physics)
Baumgardner (plate tectonics)
Boudreaux (physical chemistry)
Damadian (invented the MRI)
Raymond Jones (bacterial symbiosis studies)
Has Humphries figured out the physics for a variable speed of light yet?
Has Baumgardner figured out the energy dampening fields required to keep the tectonic plates from ripping the earth apart when they go flying off at supersonic speeds during the flood?
Has Boudreaux successfully shown a dirt to flesh chemical pathway yet?
Has Giertych mapped out Adam's genome yet?
Has Gish bothered to admit to all of the mistakes in his "creationism" lectures yet?