The scary creationist Ken Ham, head of Answers in Genesis and of the Creation Museum in Kentucky, responds to Bill Nye’s (the Science Guy’s) video that extolled evolution and warned against the teaching of creationism.
Ham’s response consists of mainly of accusing Nye of having “an agenda to teach children not to believe in God.” Now I never watched Nye’s show, but I doubt that he ever said anything that was pro-atheism.
Ham also make the bogus creationist difference between “observational science” and “historical science” (since evolution falls in the latter class, to Ham it’s not really science). He also mischaracterizes evolution as “chance, random processes.”
The last two minutes comprise an incoherent rant in which Ham argues that Nye doesn’t understand science, and is brainwashing kids by not teaching them to think critically (i.e., not teaching them creationism or how to distinguish historical from observational science). It’s always funny to see creationists take the high ground: “See? Unlike you guys, we teach our kids the other side!”
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