June 16, 2004
Like its the fucking 17th century, or the 1920s

A friend alerted me to this fascinating round-up of the 2001 Fellowship Baptist Creation Science Fair.

Prize-winning projects included, in the elementary division, "My Uncle Is A Man Named Steve (Not A Monkey)" -- "Cassidy Turnbull (grade 5) presented her uncle, Steve. She also showed photographs of monkeys and invited fairgoers to note the differences between her uncle and the monkeys. She tried to feed her uncle bananas, but he declined to eat them. Cassidy has conclusively shown that her uncle is no monkey."

In the middle-school division: "Women Were Designed For Homemaking." "Jonathan Goode (grade 7) applied findings from many fields of science to support his conclusion that God designed women for homemaking." way to go, Jonathan.

And the high-school division produced "Maximal Packing Of Rodentia Kinds: A Feasibility Study." "Jason Spinter's (grade 12) project was to show the feasibility of Noah's Ark using a Rodentia research model (made of a mixture of hamsters and gerbils) as a representative of diluvian life forms."

Better still, the page links to other valuable Creation Science resources, including this list of Creation Science Fair projects, such as:

70. How do mice react after 24 hours of confinement? What about other animals?
71. How does soap clean?
72. What is God made of?
80. Why did God make pests like bugs and mosquitoes?
83. Why do people believe in Evolution?
104.Why do cats hate dogs and dogs hate cats?
105.What are aliens and are there really any in our world? see Lamentations 5:2, Eph 2:12, Heb 11:34.
114. What shape is outer space?

Posted by dbrown at June 16, 2004 06:51 PM
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