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Antievolutionist Bingo

Skeptico and TechSkeptic came up with a great idea, that of "Creationist Bingo". I'm taking that a step further and automating the creation of "antievolutionist bingo" cards. Each time you bring up this page, you will get a new card.

AntiEvolutionist Bingo
CD203. Limestone and dolomite layers are too extensive for normal deposition.
CD230. Natural gas escapes too fast to allow for long ages.
CB902.1. There are barriers to large change.
CB411. Evolution does not explain morals, especially altruism.
CA114.1. Lord Kelvin was a creationist.
CG202.1. The Miao flood myth is very like the story of Noah.
CI402. Evolutionists have blinded themselves to seeing design.
CA612. Evolution requires as much faith as creationism.
CH184. The Bible is intellectually honest.
CI130. Functional integration indicates design.
CA100. Argument from incredulity
CF210. Radiometric dating falsely assumes that rates are constant.
References an antievolutionist as an authority
CE230. Io's great volcanic activity indicates a young age.
CB200.5. The metabolic pathway for AMP synthesis is too complex to have evolved.
CB200.2. Blood clotting is irreducibly complex.
CA112. Many scientists find problems with evolution.
CH505.8. Ed Behling was led to the ark in 1973.
CA340. Evolutionists do not accept debate challenges.
CD740. The theory of plate tectonics is wrong.
CI001. Intelligent design theory is scientific.
CA660. Pope's statement about evolution was mistranslated.
CE410. Physical constants are only assumed constant.
CA100.1. Evolution leaves lots of things unexplained.
CD222. Juvenile water is added to oceans too fast for an old earth.

Each religious antievolutionist claim on the card links to the mainstream science responses collected by Mark Isaak in his excellent "Index to Creationist Claims". Be sure to check those out.

The Unofficial University of Ediacara Pages

The official home page of the University of Ediacara.

The University of Ediacara is the virtual university serving the talk.origins community. One of the main offshoots of the UoE is its virtual pub, the Panda's Thumb.

Scientific Storkism

Article 24657 of talk.origins:
From: rdippold@cancun.qualcomm.com (Ron Dippold)
Subject: Scientific Storkism
Message-ID:
Date: 10 Apr 92 20:42:54 GMT
Organization: Qualcomm, Inc., San Diego, CA
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Ovulation versus cretinism

Two different theories exist concerning the origin of children: the theory of
sexual reproduction, and the theory of the stork. Many people believe in the
theory of sexual reproduction because they have been taught this theory
at school.

In reality, however, many of the world's leading scientists are in

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