Friday, November 1, 2013

Funny creationist scientists (top 26 list)

This is a list of the most delusional creationist "scientists" (preachers).
They manipulate people and the definition of science in order to
profit and to meddle in the affairs of schools and politics.
I have not included crazy evangelical preachers such as Jerry Falwell and
Pat Robertson or any demented politicians such as Rick Santorum and Michelle Bachmann.

Just because you have the name "Darwin," in the title of your book,
doesn't make it a science book. This is a sad group indeed.

1. Duane Gish

2. Kent Hovind

3. Eric Hovind

4. Ken Ham

5. Ray Comfort

6. Adnan Oktar aka Harun Yahya

7. Stephen Austin

8. A.E. Wilder-Smith

9. Richard Lumsden

10. Raymond Damadian

11. Michael Behe

12. Ray Bohlin

13. Jonathan Wells

14. Stephen C. Meyer

15. Simon Conway Morris

16. Phillip E. Johnson

17. David Berlinski

18. William A. Dembski

19. Anthony Latham

20. Henry M. Morris

21. Geoffrey Simmons

22. Carl Baugh

23. John Lennox

24. Wayne Friar

25. Percival Davis

26. William Lane Craig

Kent Hovind claims that only 55% of scientists accept evolution.
The real figure ranges between 95-99.9%, according to all legitimate surveys.
Acceptance is nearly unanimous with biologists.
Religion makes you delusional and ignorant (that those are not strong enough words).




Kent Hovind
 like father like son

It's all about money for this douchebag.



Adnan Oktar aka Harun Yahya
greedy Turkish nut

Stephen Austin

Richard Lumsden

Raymond Damadian
 many small steps Michael, many small steps
Mike Behe is just regurgitating what Rev.
William Paley, and way before him, Cicero,
said about a creator of a watch. Behe adds
a mousetrap analogy as well. Both analogies
fail miserably since neither a watch nor a
mousetrap is a living organism.









What evidence John?
Faith is not evidence!
Wayne Frair

 Honorable mention:
And I just had to add this YouTube bozo.
He is not a scientist (neither are the others),
but he talks as if he thinks he is one.
William Lane Craig
"Great sinners are apt to be very religious: and conversely the best men
who have ever lived have been at war with established religions."
Elbert Hubbard


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