An "award-winning" creationist film?
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23-05-2016, 12:56 PM
RE: An "award-winning" creationist film?
(20-05-2016 07:21 AM)Silly Deity Wrote:  Dr Don Batten - no publications or last published 20+ years ago
Dr Mark Harwood - A doctor of satellite communications, not qualified because field of study is not relevant.
Dr Jim Mason - A nuclear physicist, not qualified because field of study is not relevant.
Dr Jonathan Sarfati - A physical chemist, not qualified because field of study is not relevant.
Dr Tasman Walker - A mechanical engineer, not qualified because field of study is not relevant.

Yup............they're lying about the relevance of the authors too. Who'da thunk it?

To be fair, they claim to be making "truthy" statements about several fields related to the age of the universe, and not only biology or evolution. As such, the nuclear physicist would be relevant to claims about Atomic Theory and/or radioisometric dating, for instance.

Of course, these people are well-known for a willingness not only to Lie For Jesus™, but to go get degrees for the specific purpose of using that as a cover to peddle their Creationist bullshit, as spelled out in the infamous Wedge Document. They will literally go to university and memorize just enough to pass the courses, while refusing to internalize any of the information they regurgitate, just so they can get that diploma and claim to be scientists on the side of Creationism/God.

That's why pointing out that they have made no publications and been cited by no one is really more relevant than what their piece of paper says. Of course, to their target audience (the already convinced and the gullible), the paper seems to be of more importance. It's why I loathe the ICR/DI and everything they do.

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24-05-2016, 08:17 AM
RE: An "award-winning" creationist film?
(20-05-2016 01:51 PM)Vosur Wrote:  Why exactly did these 15 scientists get together to make a documentary instead of publishing their research in a peer-reviewed journal? Consider

Um, conspiracy!!! The censor creationist in academia!

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