The Ham part was hard to watch. I think Nye is worth sticking around for though. I enjoyed his part, and I came in pretty cynical/skeptical.I'm listening to it over again, it began with a commercial for the museum.
I'm not sure how long I can keep up with it. Ken Ham is already trying to redefine "science" to just "knowledge" and stating that theories based on evolution has nothing to do what emerging technologies.
I mean, he can't be that stupid. This has to be just lies.
No that isn't what I'm saying. I'm saying Nye isn't an expert on Creationism and Ham isn't an expert on Evolutionary Biology.Well, Ken Ham is a leading Creationist advocate and Bill Nye is a forefront science popularizer and CEO of the Planetary Society (so not just science education). I think that qualifies them both in terms of a debate. They don't have to actually be a researcher. In fact, it seems that few actual researchers in the fields are competent debaters. And the ones that are, like Dawkins, are often given a bad rap.
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