Thursday, May 24, 2007

Only in Kentucky

A new $27 million Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, finally resolves the problem that evolution and dinosaur fossils pose for some Bible believers ... it puts fully grown Stegosauruses smack dab in the Garden of Eden. We promise we're not making this up. The NYTimes has the story.
...inside the museum the Earth is barely 6,000 years old, dinosaurs were created on the sixth day, and Jesus is the savior who will one day repair the trauma of man's fall.
And turns out, according to the people who put together this museum, dinosaurs were on Noah's ark! Had their own stateroom.

Fossils are actually relics of Noah's flood.

The "history" this museum celebrates may be ancient, but the pitch is distinctly post-modern: lots of jazzy videos, seats that vibrate to simulate an earthquake, animatronic dinosaurs. No wonder: the place was designed by Patrick Marsh, the man who also designed the "Jaws" and "King Kong" attractions at Universal Studios in Florida.

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