Neil deGrasse Tyson came out swinging when evangelical types complained that the TV show, Cosmos, which presents the evolution-based theory of how the universe came into being, ought have a few scenes explaining "an alternative theory," creationism. DeGrasse had a brilliant retort: “You don’t talk about the spherical Earth with NASA, and then say let’s give equal time to the flat Earthers."
Ask them who or what created him/her/it, or what she/he/it did on the 8th day.
I don't know why Mr. Bonaparte would post that fake photo of the moon walk stuff, which was shot in an Arizona desert at night and hooked up to a world TV link so the U.S. could fool people all over the world making them think the U.S. had landed on the moon. It was a government idea to counter the successes of the Soviets in such amazing feats as putting monkeys in capsules and having them orbit. They could have used expendable humans, but then humans can give interviews. I can just see Ronald Reagan from "Bedtime for Bonzo." He's asking the chimp, "Tell me about what the moon walk was like?"
There's a creationist response, "Creationist Cosmos"
(at Funny or Die)
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It's a joke. Right.
I guess I'm too far gone. I don't find POE funny, certainly not in a time when there are people out there who would take ol' Jared of the Creationist Baptist Church of Alabama as though he were speaking straight from the shoulder.
Stick in the mud. I gots it.
GC, I thought it was funny. Especially going through space in the church van.
Yes, the church van was definitely funny.
This is why I admire soooo much. What a great man.
Jessica, to whom are you directing your comments ... no I mean to whom do you refer.
"This is why I admire soooo much. What a great man."
Who do you admire? Who is a great man?