Skip to comments.Bill Nye, the Science Guy vs. Ken Ham Debate at the Creation Museum
Posted on 01/03/2014 1:13:49 PM PST by SeekAndFind
TVs famed Bill Nye the Science Guy will argue the case against creation and for evolution as he faces the founder and president of the Creation Museum, Ken Ham, on February 4, 2014, in the museums 900-seat Legacy Hall. The museum, which has drawn two million guests in six years (including 20,000 visitors at its recent Christmas Town programs), is located in Petersburg, Kentucky (near the Cincinnati Airport).
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The agreed-upon topic for the February 4, 2014, 7 PM debate is Is creation a viable model of origins in todays modern scientific era?
Were all the qualified scientists busy?
Whose next, Professor Proton?
Didn’t he play the DA on Law and order?
I bet that Mr. Nye refuses to see the Creation Muesuem, but if he does he will see the Truth on display at the Creation Muesuem and may change his tune and stop corrupting our children.
If people like Bill Nye actually represented the “scientific spirit,” we would still be living in caves. He is a dogmatist, a mediocrity, not a scientist.
Bill Nye is no more qualified to present on any scientific topic than he is graceful ballroom dancer.
The whole “Science Guy” thing was a comedy sketch Nye was doing while working a comedian in Seattle. He has no scientific background. He has a degree as an engineer, but nothing relating to the hard sciences.
His being touted as a scientific expert on any topic is pure fraud.
So, some folks think that only a PhD “scientist” with sheepskins from some crusty “educational” organization are the only ones qualified to know the truth?
Gosh, a few more of us can read! So we can think for ourselves too!
Note: not defending the humanist religion of evolution etc etc, rather stating that the logic you are proposing works both ways!
But Nye presents himself as a “Scientific Expert.” That implies education and experience in scientific matters. Doing comedy sketches doesn’t quite qualify him as an expert.
If we’re gonna attempt to explain somethimg, why doesn’t somebody try to explain why the Cincinatti airport is in Kentucky?
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This isn't about credentials. It's about the fact that on occasion after occasion, in front of audiences large and small, Bill Nye has betrayed a staggering ignorance of science.
Or Sheldon, or Mr. Spock, or some other TV dumb@ss.