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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
CB050. Abiogenesis is speculative without evidence.
CB150. Functional genetic sequences are too rare to evolve from one to another.
CB015. DNA needs proteins to form; proteins need DNA.
CB311.1. Evolution can't explain butterfly evolving from caterpillar.
CH521. Animals' exacting needs could have evolved after the Flood.
CG201. There are flood myths from all over the world.
CC352. Archaeoraptor was a fake.
CB200.4. The immune system is irreducibly complex.
CH301. There was no death or decay before the Fall.
CD102.1. Out-of-order strata occur at the Lewis Overthrust.
CH133. The Bible got the water cycle right.
CA602. Evolution is atheistic.
References an antievolutionist as an authority
CB801. Science cannot define "species."
CB501. Dendrochronology is suspect because two or more rings can grow per year.
CB401. Instincts are too complex to have evolved.
CB821. Phylogenetic analyses are inconsistent.
CA002.1. Evolution leads to social Darwinism.
CA005. Evolution is racist.
CE310.1. Helmholtz's contraction theory says the sun is young.
CF001. The second law of thermodynamics prohibits evolution.
CE011.1. The frequency of leap seconds indicates a young earth.
CH200. The universe is 6,000-10,000 years old.
CB710. Genes with major effects on development are conserved across phyla.
CF003. How could information, such as in DNA, assemble itself?

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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