reply to post by Methuselah
I hate to break it to you, but Hovind didn't do any of that stuff, either. So it's OK for Hovind to argue things he's not personally experimented
upon, but when someone uses the exact same reasoning, coupled with actual scientific understanding
, to shine the 'idiot light' on this guy's
hypothesis, suddenly that's in bad taste or somehow illogical. Please. We're adults. Don't insult our intelligence.
And don't just take our words on why this guy is a fool, but listen to what actual, real scientists have to say about him
Just because he fooled you into seeming respectable and well-educated doesn't mean he actually is. To think your judgment or appraisal is 100%
accurate is the height of arrogance.
We have a guy who barely knows what DNA stands for saying that evolution couldn't happen.
Back to the Hovind Hypothesis (it's no theory). BWAAHAHAHAHAAA!!! That's some good readin' right there! Crikey that's entertaining. This,
ladies and gentlemen, is a classic example of someone trying to shoe-horn a desired outcome into a situation by using plausible-sounding science. It
is the antithesis of science. Or are you telling me that Hovind was a non-YEC before he studied the history of the earth, and these are the
conclusions he came to through rational, objective discovery? Of course not. We know about his past and beliefs. We know he believed this stuff
before he started any studies. There is not one single shred of evidence that suggests this guy has any of his facts right. It is not
If Hovind wants people to take his crazy-ass hypothesis correctly, first he has to show how the current understanding of geological processes is
flawed, and then he has to come up with evidence supporting his hypothesis. He hasn't done any of that. He's either very lazy, or he's full of
He's a joke. He has not got an original thought in his head, but because he happens to espouse something that YECs would love
scientist to say, they are willing to overlook the fact he's talking out of his ass, and not a real scientist, just so their faith can be
Not to mention the fact he thinks the Grand Canyon was formed over a few weeks. If that was the case, the Colorado river would have eaten through the
Earth's crust since the flood, but it's still here, so clearly he's wrong on that point.
There is just so much wrong with this guy's hypothesis that it's pointless trying to break it down piece by piece. The fact that he can't even be
bothered to offer up any evidence that supports his claims should also illustrate, to the rational mind at least, that this guy is full of
If he's the best YECs can come up with, I think geology can sleep safely tonight.