Skip to comments.Creation evangelist derides evolution as ‘dumbest’ theory [Kent Hovind Alert!]
Posted on 12/17/2005 3:58:48 AM PST by PatrickHenry
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You mean like science allows such unproven, speculative crappola to be in text books?
The only thing that's fake that I know of for sure, is Evolution...;-)
Did UMW pay this clown to speak at the campus?
He lost me sooner. Once he started with all the accusations about lies, that turned me off. Even though one disagrees with the ToE, this is no way to start a debate. It damages his credibility. Actually, I did read further but was not impressed. *sigh*
I listened to two "brilliant" evolutionists who agreed hands down with Darwin....The problem with what I heard is it reduces man to "just a series of genetic events" and disconnects man from the wonders of the universe at large.
From the cover of the book, it would seem that Hovind believes that humans and dinosaurs co-existed. I wonder how much of his "science" he got from the old "Flintstones" cartoons?
And people wonder why we are afraid of the right wing.
But that's the point I'm making. What if the only thing I did know about evolution is from some of these text books, which much of the information in them is pure B.S. and you and scientist know this!!
There are many factors and agendas in the LIE of evolution AS A FACT. Intellegent Design might not be pure science, but it holds as much validity as the TOE.
Mutations are not evolution.
About the place where I stopped reading was "something exploded from nothing."
Now, that's pure ignorance!
The fact is that Hovind was raided on 4/14/04. Seems he hasn't bothered to report some millions of dollars of gross income. Or bothered to withhold taxes on his employees.
IRS Special Agent Scott M. Schneider had this to say is his affidavit for a search warrant:
In summary, affiant states that based upon the information set forth above there is probable cause to believe that HOVIND has and is committing violations of Title 26, United States Code, Sections 7201 (Attempt to Evade or Defeat Tax), 7202 (Willful Failure to Pay Over or Collect Tax), 7203 (Willful Failure to File) and 7212(a) (Attempts to interfere With Administration of the Internal Revenue Laws) and that evidence of said violations can be found at and on the premises of 29 Cummings Road, Pensacola, Florida. Since 1997, HOVIND has engaged in financial transactions indicating sources of income and has made deposits to bank accounts well in excess of $1,000,000.00 per year during some of these years which would require the filing of federal income tax returns. Affiant has reason to believe that HOVIND has failed and continues to fail to withhold federal employment taxes from the individuals he employs at DAL and CSE. Affiant also has probable cause to believe that HOVIND, through his website writings and internet and bookstore sales, has continued to encourage others to attempt to evade taxes and willfully fail to file individual income tax returns in order to impede the lawful function of the Internal Revenue Service. Based upon the information provided herein, Affiant believes that there is probable cause to believe that evidence of these aforementioned violations, as specifically described in Attachment B, have been and are currently present at the locations of 29 Cummings Road, Pensacola, Florida, more specifically described in Attachment A.
So, there you have what the IRS Criminal Investigations Division is looking at.
They generally don't bother to raid people who have filed accurate personal returns.
They generally don't bother to raid employers who have accurately withheld and paid taxes on their employees.
The IRS would know whether or not he's filed the returns of which Schneider speaks, now, wouldn't they?
Nutball Hovind whined and bitched and moaned in court via a goofy pro se motion about the search warrant. He got exactly nowhere. What a surprise.
Thank you for providing a perfect example of your idiocy. It seems to extend not just to science, but also to tax law.
But, don't worry, he'll be indicted soon!
LOL. This is how Hovind makes a living - he doesn't speak for free. If you look up his tax lien (available here in PDF format) and then work the tax tables backwards (Hovind is married, right?), you realize that the IRS is calculating his 1995 income at about $430,000, 1996 at about $365,000, and 1997 at around $750,000.
Hovind filed an affidavit regarding his tax lien a few months ago (affidavit in PDF format), which is an amusing read for a few reasons. One is his claim of a "vow of poverty" he took in 1989. Two, his omission of the doctor in "Dr. Dino" - the only degree he mentions is a bachelor's of religious eduction from an unaccredited Bible college in Michigan. And three, his claim that ministering is not a "trade or business", hence income received from ministering is tax-exempt, and his apparent claim that being a self-employed minister makes one a church, and therefore all income is tax-exempt under 508(c)(1).
Yeah...right!(for the millionth time) There is no SCIENTIFIC proof evolution is valid, yet it is taught in such a way that would lead a mind of mush to believe it is fact...and some evolutionist will flatty state it is FACT! For a scientist to take something that is not FACT and parade as if it were are not being true to their profession, or anyone else...
It's elistist minds being duped into an agenda, based on a huge lie. No different than liberals stating half truths and not admitting them as such.
There's your ten count...
Yeah, what does all this have to do with the LIE of
This probably a clue to the origins of a lot of the trolls who infest this forum.
Since I asked for some of your *facts* that disprove evolution, and all you have are more rants and whines, I will conclude you don't know of anything that goes against evolution or else you are too scared to post them. Either way, I win. :)
Of course there is evidence for that, wheras the grand canyon being created in 30 minutes is simply ludicrous. As if Hovinds example of layering of mud in a garden has anything to do with layering of hard rocks like limestone.
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