Well I agree that most corporate groups would back with their money what it fit them best, but will exhibits on creationism that are just for the
misleading of the public will be in their agenda also?
Or would they just stay away from sponsoring theories that are obviously misleading.
Well, a museum that is supposed to open in 2007 in which they are to show how dinosaurs coexisted with humans 6 thousand years ago.
This multimillion museum indeed is going to need a lot of donations; I wonder how many corporations will give their money for it.
Taking in consideration that the museum is mostly made possible with donations and volunteers it probably will take a long time to be finished.
But like many said, they are to prove that dinosaurs cohabited with humans and that they were in earth right there with Adam and Eve they are set to
free the dinosaurs and put them in the rightful place with humanity.
If dinosaurs can talk.
Animated young T. rexes in the lobby: “Of course we lived at the same time as humans! God made dinosaurs on the same day as Adam. And later we drank
from the same waters as Adam’s children.”
In the next room, guests will discover more truths. This time, they hear from a fossilized dinosaur raptor, still half-buried in a dig site.
Dinosaur raptor fossil in a dig site: “I lived about 4,500 years ago.
How do I know? Well, fossils don’t come with birth certificates, but we can read an eyewitness account from someone who was there—the Creator
Himself. In God’s Word, the History Book of the Universe, we read about a global Flood that buried all the living things on Earth.”
Yes I wonder how many corporations will gladly give money away to mislead people in the name of a myth.
No doubt that is always going to be people willing to give money away for such a worthy cause.
Museum donations to date total $18 million. Monthly giving must average $413,000 for a 2007 opening. Actual museum donations for the last year
averaged $352,000 per month.
Sponsoring for research and sciences are still mainly supported by donors, the corporate groups may not donate for an exhibit if they don't want too,
usualy individual wealthy donors do that to have their names attach to the exhibit, but they do plenty of sponsoring for grants to pay for sciences
Scientific reaserch depend in mostly on donors, and that is where it counts.