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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
CC373. Jurassic shells from mud springs are remarkably preserved.
CC002. Nebraska man was a hoax.
CC216.2. Horse fossils do not show evolution.
CD010. Radiometric dating gives unreliable results.
CD241. Varves can form in less than a year.
CB904. No entirely new features have evolved.
CH101. The Bible is inerrant.
CF220. Short-lived isotopes Th-230 and U-236 exist on the moon.
CB601.4. An increased recapture rate suggests fraud in Kettlewell's data.
CI001.3. Intelligent design is mainstream.
CD015. Zircons retain too much helium for an old earth.
CB150. Functional genetic sequences are too rare to evolve from one to another.
References an antievolutionist as an authority
CD011.4. A freshly killed seal was C-14 dated at 1,300 years old.
CF001.1. Systems left to themselves invariably tend toward disorder.
CH514.1. Many animals do not require fresh or live food.
CH712. Dragons were dinosaurs.
CE261.1. Oort cloud and Kuiper belt are ad hoc fantasies of astronomers.
CA612. Evolution requires as much faith as creationism.
CD231. High pressures in oil fields would have bled off if earth were old.
CD202. Sandstone and shale layers are too extensive for normal deposition.
CB130. "Junk" DNA is not really junk.
CA111. Many current scientists reject evolution.
CA662. It is not true that the church used to teach a flat earth.
CB921.2. What use is half a wing?

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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