Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, is prominently featured in A.C.E. curriculum Christian textbooks used in taxpayer funder schools in America. Why, you may ask?...
I needed a good laugh today! I hope they stick to their guns on this antiscience crusade - no
antibiotics, no vaccinations, no doctors, no hospitals - ad infinitum ad absurdum!
When you think that the world couldn't get any more stupid, something like this show up...
Well, at least its a good thing to laugh about, those creationist falacies are so imaginative...
Creationists are so far off the mark, their lack of understanding so incredible, that they're not even wrong. "Crock-o-duck" is a perfect example.
I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
Everyone that graduates from there will become cryptozologists on a crazed search for lost dinosaurs so they can feel like all those years of school weren't a complete waste.
We should steer them all toward faith healing and snake handling and maybe they'll eventually die out through natural de-selection.
It is a funny issue through. If we actually found nessie, or the supposed 'dinosaur' in the Amazon, it would make things very interesting. So far nada...;p)
I'm scared they begin selling those books to christian schools around the world. I'm scared of that tendency of favoritism towards religious private schools while the public schools are rotten.
I wonder why theists don't mention the ceolcanth, boney fish?
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