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Kent Hovind is a creation scientist. This theory about dirt and fossils was NOT his own. A professor was giving him a tour of a museum when he, the PROFESSOR, was teaching them about the fossil-dirt theory. Kent's daughter asked 'Isn't that circular thinking?'. The professor acnowledged the thought, and later that week, he came to one of his meetings. Did that help clear it up for you? Hope it did. I do understand you wanting to question my resources. I have seen allot of very outlandish things on this board that make you question where the poster got his or her information. I tried to give you a good, full explanation. I have seen many who just reply 'It was on the news'. That can be frustrating.

leilani, MSN Bushisms Slate 4 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Creation Scientist... well there's a new Oxymoron!

2/16/2009 2:23:51 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Kent is a crook.
Deal with it.

12/25/2010 1:55:24 AM


How on earth was that meant to 'clear it up' for anyone?

12/25/2010 8:48:15 AM


Almost none of Kents 'theories' are his own, most of them are 40 to 100 year old, already debunked creationist fables. Even his Ark on Mt. Ararat story is over 40 years old.

This "A professor was giving him a tour of a museum" reminds me of his "professor who I met on a plane" story. No specifics such as the professors name or institution and the Jack Chick happy conversion ending.

They tell these stories to make people think Kent can win science arguments with real intellects.

12/26/2010 8:09:55 AM

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