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"creation museum" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"The! Laura everybody welcome to another episode of point of inquiry I'm your host Jim down. Today we are going to take a look at a topic that makes me a little crazy. The Creation Museum just south of Cincinnati Ohio and Kentucky and the Ark Experience a little farther away in the same area are too massive monuments to miss information. They are dedicated to explaining the literal truth that they say as literal truth of. The Bible history the Old Testament. And there's so much wrong about what goes on and these things that I can't even begin to in capsulize it here. I've been to both these places, and it did make me a little nuts to reach into my wallet to pay the entry fees. The both would, but was firm work. So had to see these places in up close and personal to understand what they were. We'll talk about the quality of these institutions. The dinosaurs and I'm look good. The displays are good. There's animatronic. The ARC and the Ark Experience is huge. It's over football field, long football field and a half long. They did a good job on it. Too Bad that it's it's wrong. All of it's wrong, so that's a problem, but the reason I'm talking about this and decided to do an episode devoted to this, I saw a documentary called. We believe in dinosaurs and they they do a nice job of talking about what the issues are surrounding. Both of these these museums, the Ark encounter at least got a bunch of state funding to build the thing they land grant and some cash and some kickbacks for sales tax, so, is it okay for your tax? Tax Dollars to be funding cushioned evangelical fundamentalists religious projects, even if it does bring in tourists dollars. No, I don't think so especially, because everyone who gets hired at these places has to be one of them. You can't even be like a liberal Baptist or Catholic car. Someone who doesn't believe that the earth is six thousand years old. You have to be point for point on board with the Ken Ham and answers in Genesis program, so we the taxpayers, especially you. The tax payers in the state of Kentucky. Are Funding a facility that very few of you even qualify to work. In so today I brought in three people who were involved with the making of the documentary. We are dinosaurs Monica Long. Ross is one of the two directors of the film. Also Rob Boston was communications director for Americans. United for separation of Church and state and Dan Phelps. Who was president of the Kentucky Paleontological, society. Everybody welcome to point of. Inquiry. We are here in different parts of the country during the covert lockdown. To talk about. One of my favorite topics of the creation museum and the Ark Experience, and the reason. We were talking about this as I mean besides the fact that these. Monuments to misinformation are out there existing. I just saw A. Short documentary that aired on. PBS. Called, we believe in dinosaurs. So one of our guests today here is Monica Long Ross? Who's one of the directors of we believe in dinosaurs? Welcome Monica. And you to be here, so you had to directors on this project. We did I'm the CO director and Brown is. The other director and yeah. We work in. Our third feature films together. Fantastic well I've watched twice. So you have one huge fan out there at least. Also joining us. Someone who was featured in the documentary well first of all his name is Dan Phelps and are you still the president of the Kentucky Paleontological Society. That's correct. We haven't been leaning lately blue..
"creation museum" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Five hundred ten foot long replica Arc is part of Kentucky's. Noah's Ark encounter theme park the perfect vacation getaway for families who find Knott's Berry farm to be a little too racy. The owners say they were inspired to build the replica when God's voice told them together up to of every animal and charge them seventy five dollars each for admission the park opened in two thousand sixteen but was forced to close for a few days right there on the Ark and it surrounding area was damaged by and I quote slightly above average rain. Apparently they skipped the part of the Book of Genesis where God tells Noah to spring for the undercoating having to know Peter what other things experiences they offer at this arc adventure. I can't say that I've been face. I can't say that I imagine I believe this is a creationist. Just a place well. We're not like the primary creation museum which is elsewhere so it doesn't have to figures of a Unicorn on a nearby hillside going wait a minute behind. It should have made it waterpark. That's true coming up we don the Yellow Jersey are blocked the listener game call one triple eight. Wait wait to play. We'll be back in a minute with more weight. We don't tell me from N._p._R.. Support for N._P._R.. And the following message comes from the N._p._R...
"creation museum" Discussed on The MMA Beat
"But he was also like Mr. reliable like you can plug them in any main event any event, and he was also interesting because when he lost the title thous around the time where the UCLA heavyweight division was at its best to golden era the rampage right Forrest Griffin. All those guys were up there. And all of a sudden he started going up and having interesting fights the Forrest Griffin Venderley Silva. And then he kind of added Henderson, Dan Anderson. He added a new layer where you're like, oh what happens if we plug him in here. And it was pretty exciting as well. He also coached the ultimate fighter one which gave a huge boom to to lead indoors shamrock gets Ken shamrock and y'all no he didn't. No, one was a tour and ladonna. Yes. Or? Because I have the t shirt at were actually on the earlier this week also replaced Ortiz when he was. Going from his American fighter line prepared. Nor was I at the creation museum when he did the ribbon cutting ceremony, which is an actual thing. He hasn't. He's like super into that creation science, which is not actual science, but we can have beards. When was the last time you were clean shaven two thousand nine June two thousand nine. That's how I it's a long story. How we know that whole show. Show. Here's Mark all the things you guys said about which Franklin are important. I would add one more detail, which is for me. We often ask these guys what they're fighting for. And they try to come up with answers for us. And I sometimes I don't even like, you know, because you're out of title contention. Why are you still fighting? You got, you know, here's the thing which Franklin competed at a time where literally the big now in the best guy in his way class was competing. But maybe the best guy ever was competing, and he just got iced out, and I'm telling you there was this narrative about Franklin before the silver fight, and it completely changed after the first one that especially the second one we were like, well, he's just it even called it. Rich Franklin territory, you're in this rich for your riot favor. When there's Josie although around your in rich Franklin territory, but the thing about rich that I don't think it's talked about enough is that it never seemed to dawn on him that that should affect how he took fights or fought in them. I remember he just kept fighting like look at his resume is it the best resume Everett. Emma may no damn good yet. But that dude for the best fighters of his generation, Dan Henderson everytime. Everytime. Do every time. It was like one big name that he never had a quitters mentality. Remember Travis Ludivine from he got taken down past Luder sapphire the arm bar, and he immediately hit the hitchhiker escape got on top. And then pounded him out. It's like this dude never lost his zest for the game. People ask why people compete dude because he wanted to compete. It's a tall tall. But it's the reality. You've just loved to be out there. And do that kind of thing..
"creation museum" Discussed on WTRH
"A road trip at the end of this week, by the way, I have a pair of my so a little boy, my soul girl, mice if you'd like to donate them to Noah's ark. When you're over there. So funny. Do they live animals in there? I won't tell I haven't been actually I saw it being built this is the live Hugh sorry, which is a replica of the exact mentions of the arc. Talking about it. Yeah. We're talking about Noah's ark. We're not saying it arrived. Forget all that era. Well, there's a conference and I will say two years ago. I was asked to speak. At the creation museum, which is sponsored by an organization. The over hit. The overarching name is answers in Genesis. An will say I was totally blown away at the quality of this museum. First of all, many people think museums are boring. This was anything but boring now. Ken ham from Australia years ago came here, and he's an apologist that apologised does not mean you're apologizing for any mistakes you've made. Apologised means it's. You're looking for reason thinking people, how do you enter the real questions that people have? So it's a defense of Christian faith, and and he's excellent the research. They have the. It's just a fantastic ministry. A fantastic ministry. That's very transferable to people's lives. Now, they have a conference. I'm going to be boarding a plane. Let's see on Thursday after to speak it Dallas Bevis university. And then I've raced to the airport and catch playing. For what will be Kentucky where the the arc is like forty minutes away from the creation museum, and the bottom line is it's it is a conference actually. Have seen the term sacred sexuality, basically it's exploring what does the bible actually teach about sexuality? And so when I was at invited to come. I said we have all kinds of terrible. I mean, all these different, you know, we have sexual integrity, very positive. We have sexual addiction. We have homosexuality we have jotted sexual abuse. We have sexual assault and rape recovered. We have all these different facets. We just about it's not through the pipeline yet. We'll have sex trafficking. So I said I need to talk to the organizer. And so I call what what he want me to speak on. I have to have a target. And she said she's been asked a number of times. This is a scientist, Dr Georgia Purdham. She said I've had a number of people who've wanted to know how to overcome the recovery of abuse sexual abuse. And specifically it was more childhood sexual abuse. So. What I know is my focus will be going to teach on childhood sexual abuse. But also abuse recovery, and then there's a panel Albion on that that's on a Friday then on Saturday. There's a panel. And then I'll be on. And I'll be doing some singing, but there are others. They're going to be covering transgender. I wasn't given that assignment. But. Abuse, homosexuality and more. So what what is interesting is if you registered because of this broadcast be sure to use the code and they said, it's just word hunt. I don't think it means hunting for something. But name. As far as I know. So it's just hunt and you will receive a twenty percent discount. And so the bottom line is I look forward because I know the quality of just now looking a SE it's called sacred embracing God's design for sexuality title of the conference and. I do know we live in a fallen world where all kinds of things happen and to effect today. I received a call.
"creation museum" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Scenario will choose. Comedy decisions hiring made by bicycles. Does he is? You know, I am a hard heart advocate for all this odd. Thomas stuff like bring it on like deci walk out the front door picks me up takes me want to go. And I'm playing candy crush the whole time. I never even have to look at the road. These bikes and skiers you have to drive them. But they would return by themselves. You know, I'm just saying everything's going to get the better the more like the Jetsons. The better I'm in love Jetsons. What do you have hook? All right. So I've got a we'd talked about a little bit on the site. And I'm gonna get opinions on it. I I'm sure the the slice involves someone who needs no introduction here on this podcast. Our friend of the pod Ken ham who runs runs. Genesis. Which operates the creation museum, and the arkan- counter these sort of twin like kind of a combination of a theme park and a bible study and. Sort of pseudoscience argument for six day creation theories that you got out there in Kentucky. So he has been apparently. And this Nick sense something that can him with do has been inviting local public schools to take field trips to come in to the creation museum and the Arkham counter. So he can so they can come out there and get a a sort of what will call a counter narrative to the scientific -ation. They're probably getting and their wrote on coal science education. He's giving a ball. Make sure they're here. The whole, you know here here in every theory. Well, this has run afoul of a group called the freedom from religion foundation, which is a big atheist legal group, and they take it upon themselves to keep an eye on the separation of church and state and make sure that nobody's crowd. There's not too much crossover. So they are obviously pretty upset about Ken ham asking these public schools to take field trips to the creek museum in the arkan- counter because they say that that is proselytism that's us how public school. It's that's that state funding and they're coming. They're spending their time instead of getting a real science education there come into Ken handed getting his sort of doctored version of what's going on. And I have been to the crash music. Yeah. Has not been we didn't wanna tame not media's word for we wanna see it for ourselves. We went, and I can tell you this like it was incredibly well. Done right. Like, the quality of the displays in the buildings and all this his shockingly while done, and and it the misnomer to me it was the name. It's be the creation museum because -plication a museum would be educational, right? Yeah. It was not it was entertainment educational. They had a dinosaur with a saddle on it in there. Dinosaur with us. Create everything at the same time. And so so they had a big displays they had amazing displays and stuff, and it was like the bible stories of Genesis come to life. I mean, there's an arc. There's a all these things. And so my thing is if they called it the Genesis experience or something like that. Whereas like, you know, like the holy land experience here in Orlando versus like meant to be the biblical theme thing where we bring the bible stories to life. Great. But by calling it. The creation museum does implicate that there's an entertainment our educational value to it. And there really isn't. I wanted it to get more into the young earth creationist theories. And and why or a spouse, you know, the view I wanted to get into the nitty gritty to learn. Okay. They believe this. They believe that. But they didn't do that. So this criticism is true..
"creation museum" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"What's a subscription while he can get mix and match guess what you do every month and write scripts? Yeah. Why don't you run out of those again, smart move? I'm in you've got a customer thing. All right. So I got this. This was on our forum somebody's I post always excited. Exciting when it's somebody's very first po-. Yeah. Because we feels like you got pushed to the to the subject that you are so passionate about you have to tell us personally and on the show, titled the history of black face with Megan Kelly. We talked with Tracy Karnavas when she was talking about visiting Kentucky fair wedding for a wedding. She has a black boyfriend in how how scared of course, he was to be there this person Yanni, right? First of all I pronounce laurel. I'm. I'm an east coast liberal relocated by choice to Lexington. Lexington. Kentucky about thirteen years ago. Okay. When when you say choice. Okay. And I'm not saying somebody put a gun to your head. Obviously it is by choice there. Lots of choices that we made based on who were fucking like. Well, she asked me. So I had a choice that kind of thing there's I relocated because of school. And you know, I put my roots down there. And I found people that I like by choice like Kentucky called you. Right. You know what I mean? Right. Like, you know, everyone moves to Kentucky right job or somewhat. Didn't you add that I think we get it was consensual like why if you have to say by choice, that's a bad. That's something very bad about the place. How did I think, you know, I came here because I want to be here. Right. When people move to New York, they're not like look choice, not in human trafficking. Yes. It can get tiresome that Trump supporters the bible thumping the unhealthy food. Now. This is listing a lot. This isn't like, you know, the hangnails the period that I forgot to buy tampon for stabbings. Religion and deviled politics might be a little cumbersome into all the confederate flags might throw you again. But if you base your opinion on Kentucky. On one ill-informed visitor to dry ridge retrace. It Granada was at you're just as guilty of knee jerk prejudice as the people you detest, come on New York. Liberal millennials. Is that me? Yeah, we're millennials. No. I would be a millennial is the secondhand opinion. Regurgitated knew that buzzword millennials pull your heads out of your asses again, really get out of a warm in their get out of queens and see some of the country get out of queens. Out of queens, Keith wasn't raised here. Get out of thirtieth avenue. Kentucky along with being out of the tristate area in this city by choice. I don't know your story laurel, but I guarantee that I've been to more this country than you about that Kentucky along with being absolutely gorgeous has cities cultures universities throw bread forms and a rich history. Major contributions to American culture. Lexington has had a gay mayor for eight years. We're one of the first cities in the country to institute of no smoking ban in bars and restaurants in two thousand four Louisville is a big blue ocean in shallow red state. I know, I know he writes, Mitch McConnell. The creation museum. Wait, what about Mitch McConnell? Very very very powerful. Granted the creation museum okay creations. Alright not teaching science in schools. Yeah. Adam and eve not Adam Steve granted. And one crazy skinhead who shot up a Kroger's. I this happened yesterday. Okay. Okay. Grant, you somebody shot a store five hours ago. But please just as I don't judge all of queens by Archie bunker, open up your mind to the fly over states. You're snotty attitude. Seriously isn't hoping anything can I say about the Archie bunker thing you can go ahead and think about queens like Archie bunker. That is if you find someone that age they are going to sound like that I had to say that's true. I was I was raised here. I make fun of queens, queens is not the end all we are very the most culturally diverse, so we get that. So we have food, and we're looking at people's faces that we don't see at home, which is great, but you can shit all the fuck over it..
"creation museum" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"It's enough now they're like, immerse yourself more deeply yet. But like I, I mean, I would be much more inclined to go to the movies, something like this and just going to see regular movie. I think it sounds cool to, you know, we've done a bunch of these over the years, different ideas, and they all kind of land as. Early like spiv I don't remember what some of them were, but someone more like smell-a-vision for whatever and see. Okay. This actually seems like that's kind of neat. Yeah, but smell-a-vision at the Muppets go to Hollywood studios and watch the muppet movie and it's forty and the forty is that when the bear blows bubbles, they come out in front of you and then he something happens. You can smell it like you're there. And when he's flower at you, you feel drops on your face. You are so lucky to live near things like that. That's so cool. So basically, we just need to go to Disney and then replicate kinda lame though isn't like get someone someone sprayed, you know, for air because because you know the sound of music walking through a meadow or whatever, like I, that's that's meat, but it does not like, oh man that enhanced the entertainment value Dali would that would just be annoying. I don't get wet in theater. There's a floors already. All sticky and gross blessing. I need is extra moisture. What's the context at the very end of it? I feel like it's, I can't remember exactly what's on the screen, but it's something about like she's walking through the woods and it just starts. To drizzle rain and then it rains on you. That's that's horrible. I'll take real wet. You don't get real rent it just like a very quick little like drip chopped up and then it's done in. It's the end of the thing, sort of volley partner self would hate her hair's done. Perfect. The last thing I want to put drops a water on me, not me. Yeah, like you can handle it always hearing and be be messed up by a few drops of water. That's a, that's a helmet. Yeah, that's a lot of practice. I think it is bounce right off. Yeah. Yeah, but here's the thing. No one's ever gone to a planetarium and left that was lame. Anytime he's planetary when you're a kid Zoll and it's like, dude, that was awesome. Daas totally awesome. Man. Remember that time we went to the planetarium at the creation museum, blew our minds. It was so tight late was it was like I was expanding the far reaches of the universe and in in a time machine that took me all the way back to the origins of the universe. Fifteen hundred years ago. It was. Hey, hey, does he have a question that I I may have missed? Did they do you have to wear glasses or. No? No, no, not not. Not see. That's what I love. I don't like glasses. Cameron issue hewing glasses right now, but I'm saying when you have two or three glasses, it's sort of this wonky like frame in front of frame experience, and it always feels weird. Never quite looks very. I like the idea of getting a more immersive movie experience without having to wear like purple. I max. I'm here for, I think I would watch if they could shoot a movie on the planetary. I mean, that's like obviously like the dome is made for the night sky, but it's such a cool when you're lying. Part of it is I just like lying almost on my back, like in a recliner is pretty nice. More natural. My son who's he's eight now. I mean, literally, we were going to movie last weekend and he was like, what did we going to now? It's like, I don't know the one nearby his I can. We go to this other theater because I like the way the seats recline in a very specific expectation. This little perks. You know, they built. Theaters where you eat a meal while you're like order an enemy that's always enema Cathay. I can't. I can't go if they don't have if I don't have a waiter..
"creation museum" Discussed on WLOB
"I'm actually doing my my radio program today from the arken counter in kentucky that is associated with the creation museum is that ken ham isn't it dr cans are going to be on my radio program this afternoon we we're doing it live from the the arkan counter here kentucky and it comes back to that basic truths that manmade god made the world not man man did not make the world man does not define his his his being is existence god did of course that's been a clash of cultures and ideologies worldviews for a long time but we can never prevail and win people over if we're silent so we need to use our freedoms while we have them and i think that is really for me what is underscored in this decision the court recognizes that fundamental freedom but it remains under assault tony one one final question for you today five hundred days of the trump presidency is religious liberty better off today than it was five hundred days ago did we lose tony i think we lost tony i'm back i lost their for a minute but i'm back oh okay tony well we wanted to know we've been asking all of our oliver folks calling in today about today being the five hundred the five hundred day mark of the trump presidency and i just wanted to know from the viewpoint of religious liberty we've got about forty five seconds here is religious liberty better off today than it was five hundred days ago without all right let's put we're gonna i think we're having some issues with tony so we're going to say an unseen ramona's said goodbye to two tony perkins air at the at the arken counter but i i'm just gonna go ahead and speak for tony and say it absolutely is better off because this president promised to defend religious liberty and he's doing it he is doing it that's why put neal gorsuch on the supreme court and that's why he's implementing policies that are going to protect people of faith in in in the federal government as well.
"creation museum" Discussed on Exvangelical
"But but then the more that they talked the more like they were just bringing up like conspiracy theories about people hiding the fact that humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time and and like total bunk science that was you know creationist and and like now we have the creation museum which is just all about bunk side but back this is in the early days of you know that sort of creation science mythology building and i remember thinking like wow these guys feel like god is so weak that they have to lie on his behalf and if you're god is so weak that you have to lie for him what kind of god is he and and that for me was kind of the beginning i was like i'm not lying for god right i'm going to seek the truth and follow the truth wherever it leads me and got can take care of that time it was him himself right and if he needs me to lie for him then he's probably not god right and i started thinking about that again when palin sarah palin became the candidate for vice president and she was somebody who like just lied all the time right and george w bush george w bush with like was constantly lying to himself about things like weapons of mass destruction and and now you know evangelical have voted for donald trump who komi describes as being completely untethered from the truth.
"creation museum" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"A cognitive behavioral therapy in cognitive dissonance i was acting as a religious person all the time and eventually my mind who caught up it it faded after i stopped but it i've actually found that it that can be a very useful tool uh there's a great quote uh by the founder of habitat for hugh premium humanity that says it's easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than to think your way into a new way of acting so i would i would force myself a to visit friends in the hospital and i would say uh again even though i hate had gone to the hospital and my mind woods would look around as they are i'm in the hospital i must be an ethical compassionate person and you do that enough and you start to become a little bit better your and entity froze the hospital by stoning them for working on the sabbath or anything no although i did stone one astrologer as well as an adulterer her uh she did not think it was funny she was not into it at all but yes there um so i would say there there was an earnestness as well as of the uh the desire to satirise fundamentalism it was sort of those two prongs and the it was interesting at tis see i west spent a lot of time with uh very religious people who were open to me because i was going in there tried to learn their point of view even if i disagreed with it and what am i most interesting trips was going through the creation museum this was right before it opened and uh and as you know that's the museum devoted to the idea that younger earth creationism for world six thousand your beautifully done met museum by the way millions of dollars they have a choice beautiful statues of even adam i'll they can't see any of their private parts because you know that would be uh that will be sinful but um.
"creation museum" Discussed on WGTK
"If the 25 and calm right now is the time to do it leave your name address phone number and if possible your email address because yes what we want to stay in touch with people that believe in america i believe in freedom and i know what i was gonna say you know this guy stephen paddock yes see they're saying that he converted to islam and that's part of the reason that i he's gone off the deep then started killing people and it seems to me that people that are not strong in their faith are subject to that kind of likely and this has been walling away this has been one of the major problems of trying to attack christianity is neverland yeah yeah you cannot say prayers in school you say eminence letica fans this same time schools were having to put prayer rooms for moslems and that these sound was a constant attack on christianity in every level and even the ministers are being coerced and a and three m removal avert taxexempt status and all of these things they are no longer comfortable with speaking from the pulpit the things they should have been telling the christian exactly exactly now here i'm not sure which way i should hold this probably both ways but the thing is this is part of a book from answers in genesis can hands organization that put together the creation museum and the noah's ark display and senate bill seventeen recently passed which means you can talk about god in kentucky schools now and even use the bible so we would like to get you a copy of this program so you can shoot use it in years sunday school class you're youth class uh and try to get it into the public schools and really get the word of god back into the children like you're saying a lot of the problem is that people have not been strong in their faith in that's made them susceptible to uh getting into islam and other false doctrines and we need to try to overcome that and so give us a call i want to say one other thing about this this is the jesus video the jesus video this is in twenty four different languages including english and this is free.
"creation museum" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The science guy the bill the science guy show was was developing and and becoming more more watched by younger kids and there are always science shows i remember there this guy's name with julius sumner miller who would do these things but bill nye really kind of brought science to the coolness it and yes i you got to get past the calmest than you do get into the deeper mathematical more analytical stuff but he did do some great stuff for science this is looking at his career in his trajectory after the show and and now that he's kind of become a public figure it he's deadly wellknown debates with that guy down at the creation museum down in kentucky and he of course as big thing now is climate change and you hear them in the trailer so yes this is going to be tackling that issue eyes we want to see it more for the interest in bill nye and what he does for science in bringing it to the mainstream and yes were named it's going to be addition driven movie as well but i think the way bill nye approaches things even though he's not a full science expert in terms of like has a phd he talks to the right people and that's i think what makes work for bill nye as a character so i am looking forward to this movie the next one i want to talk about his godley which opens on december fifteen our job now is to maintain leadership nominate junk gutting let everybody know coast karate you should be running your own crude now visser the head of the family family mrs guide chelsea in too much press that geico unchecked this is of course star john travolta is john gotti it looks like a very typical end of the year award bateman movie where they're looking to get drawn travolta an academy award nomination for john gotti pretty much the people wanna play gangster.
"creation museum" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"Bosnian kevin car that sounds terrible the first movie i want to look at comes out on october 27th and it is bill nye science guy or wanted to me young people excited about science with thirty and cornell university to take astronomy from this famous professor carl sagan incentives resonate of science in a row embrace a science guy show contain the sciencethemed excited you the viewer can't help but be just as absurd as instructors news and talk into adults and i'm not mincing words climate is changing with our fall we got to get to work on this i remember bill nye kind of coming to prominence in the nineties i was not a young enough kid delay watch his show i was actually at the time i was going to school for secondary degree in education to teach science actually i have degree to teach science to high schooler for chemistry in biology and of course i don't do that because i find that way to interesting to actually teach to high school kids 'cause they don't care but at the time i was getting my degree bill nye was becoming known as the science guy the donor i the science guy show was was developing and becoming more and more watched by younger kids and there are always science shows i remember there is this guy's name with julius i'm your miller who would do these things but don't my really kind of brought science to the coolest see it and yes science you've gotta get past the coolest then you do get into the deeper mathematical more in the local but he did do some great suffer science this is looking at his career and his trajectory after the show and and now that he's kind of become a public figure it he's deadleg wellknown debates with that guy down at the creation museum down in kentucky and he of course as big thing now is climate change and you hear that in in the trailer so yes this is going to.
"creation museum" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"This week have you heard of the creation museum yes it in missouri correct turkey rose though in pietersburg kentucky operating funded by like taxpayer money yes and it's like got tax exempt status and no dinosaurs though it does have dinosaurs but it's as the people and dinosaurs existed together it also is one of the places as the earth is six thousand years old yeah not thornton twenty billion or whatever scientists say it's basically create yeah creationist museum based on the book of genesis and how that happened according to the vital a literal interpretation is busy catch the crazy part of it is and so did know the i'm sorry the creation was he was built on we've privatelyfunded but it now diet indian barrabe now it has a tax exempt status by it the other thing is that they have a lifesize lifesize i dunno true to size noah's ark they're like the based on what i do as remains in the bible no but i guess on what the capacity could be to fit yes all those animals exactly where they were either question were there cockroaches did to cockroaches walkup i dunno i love the extra syllable you're putting that on now cockroaches to cockroaches walked up the ark only one came out dabbas that you got it that was that was the whole think of the ark was just darwin it was just killer bee kill yeah exactly or two or go and and only one's come and you can't pay all those animals and aaron expect they're not to be fights know do you think it was like early cockfighting that's what the ark was now i dunno byte just chickens placing bets on a rooster versus a weasel definitely way everything was much more highly intelligent billions of years ago than it is now but the other thing i want to say the weird thing with a crash was he was like fine have this place that everyone wants to go to and accept that it kentucky on and in surrounding states bites public school children go to go there as i like a zanele trip lohan is a lot of them go there like many students go there and they also give a break.
"creation museum" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Some of you guys have real skills that uh that are going to be a value moving forward and if you find yourself if you take a hard look at your industry and you realize you're on the wrong side of change then the answer is not to go find a politician who will slow down the wheels of change because that just doesn't happen will you need to do is get you sell some new skills i anyway oh tie a little bit about that here of hata taxes ios guy kin ham areas i don't think so okay he's the owner this is an article from huffington post of your no has slanted islami read the article too you can hand the notorious owner of the of the ark encounter and the creation museum has once again found a new way to swindle the good people of kentucky out of their money not satisfied enough with winning a court battle worth eighteen million in tax rebates after convincing a judge that his four prophet visit business which is actively using religion as a form of employment discrimination he has now sold the land to the theme park that it sits on worth forty eight million dollars to his own nonprofit entity for ten dollars doesn't have to pay any gains on the land so here's what he did the city decided that it wanted to he wanted to apply for some sort of tax rebate tourism tax rebate the city at but he was operating really as a religious institution and so he couldn't call himself a forprofit business we oriented changes name to a forprofit business to be eligible for that this park the lawsuit so he's trying to take advantage of kentucky's laws that provide tax rebates to four profit companies that deal and tourism because he's attracting tons of people to this arc that he built and so his dragged always viewed your they they take him to court over 'cause they say no no this is a religious dang and you can't you know you this view you can't use the tax subsidy for this you've got to pay all your taxes and he takes them to court ends of winning so he wins whatever it is eighteen million dollars is what he said and now he's sitting on this land worth about forty eight million dollars and.
"creation museum" Discussed on Upgrade
"But i wanted to talk about scott forestall lorber because i'm assuming he is nda is up now because we haven't heard from him since he left apple that five or six years ago something like that with with the the the maps thing is a set of wood and he popped up a little while ago when he was becoming a broadway producer funding broadway shows and he talks about which israelite you really nice as the opening segment for him with the creation museum piece is is really interesting is of just talking about his life tenants stories about him as a person new and it seems that he's really found a passion of his with these broadway shows but we haven't heard anything from him in regards to technology at all but hurry as it's five years i wonder if he had a fiveyear thing or if he just decided he would stay silent on and not talk and this is a good opportunity with the with the iphone anniversary he's obviously a main one of the main participants whose left like him and tony fidel and they're there there are some but there are a lot of them who are still involved in still and apple and can't really talk about it so i do wonder because it has been five years since or or coming up five it's not quite five yet i think it's five years in in september when he left but where i guess it's safe to assume that if there was a a cools which he couldn't speak you'd issue that up ride the guys on canal he's talking about what they were doing it apple right so yeah i and i don't know whether there is a don't talk about it kind of thing that it was in his deal or not or what the cause sometimes sometimes what you end up with is a don't talk about the trade secrets sometimes you end up about a don't disparage the company for some period of time there are different deals right so navy maybe so but he's talking now so it but you know i wouldn't put it past him that he just didn't.
"creation museum" Discussed on WGTK
"Been up to the creation museum at least three maybe four times and not parents did a little thing going on foreign exchange students and we had one member of the group who came up to the creation museum from the netherlands and she came to the low with a lot of the material thanks to the creation museum and really appreciate it i got to meet you a couple of years ago i was doing some political activism against common core and you gave me some good advice so prescient we'll pay it always encouraging to find out the people become christian after touring the creation museum or the ark encounter because after all we just don't want to convince people that evolution is wrong which which i used to accept by the way frank i used to be enough illusionist but we don't wanna just one win that battle of creation versus of aleutian ultimately in terms of eternity that doesn't mean much at all we want people to to leave our museum don't leave the ark encounter as christians that's that's our ultimate purpose with our attractions will you know oh mark we've been working for the last three years to try to pass a bill called senate bill seventeen through the kentucky legislature that would legalize prayer and the you know religion back in the public schools so that past about two months ago and governor bevin signed it and it's now law and we called answers in genesis and got three books a well at least three we got three courses this is the one called demolishing strongholds which i believe is about creation science and then we got this other one answers academy a biblical apologetic and other courses to that we're trying to find people here in kentucky that will get will give him a copy of this book and they'll take it we want them to take it to their principle and tried to get a time slot usually before school where they can i have like a bible study in the public schools before schools start so we're really appreciate what answers in genesis did about helping us get this material and if somebody wants to call in and know some a principle art teacher are student they can call five seven one zero nine.