Posts Tagged ‘fossils’

A Trip to the Smithsonian, Part 1: Under the Sea

In Miscellaneous on May 3, 2012 at 5:36 pm

It’s been a while. I apologize to anyone who may have been looking forward to a new post recently. I’ve been extremely busy this semester with classes and the organizations I’m a part of, and I haven’t had much of a chance to write anything out recently. For those of you looking for more Conservapedia bashing, I am working on a post on their “Counterexamples to an Old Earth” page, and will hopefully have it out fairly soon. In the meantime, though, I figured I’d share something a bit more relaxed with you. A little over a month ago, I went with my family to Washington, D.C., and got a chance to spend some time at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. I loved it. I spent a full day and a half exploring the place, especially the area on human evolutionary history. What can I say, I’m a nerd! Anyway, I came back with plenty of pictures to share with the interwebs. Enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »

Arguments From Ignorance: 15 Questions for Evolutionists (Part 2)

In Arguments From Ignorance on November 15, 2011 at 3:06 am

Welcome to the second installment in my 3-part series, Arguments From Ignorance, where I attempt to answer Creation Ministries International’s “15 Questions for Evolutionists” (Part 1 is here). In the last post, I dealt with questions 1 through 5, and for this I intend to deal with 6 through 10. If, once you’ve read the post (or posts), you happen to have any questions, would like me to clarify something, or simply want to inform me that I’m going to burn in hell, please let me know, and I’ll be sure to respond appropriately. Now, on to the questions!

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