PZ Myers Atop Triceratops

Riding high in the saddle just like Adam did 6,000 years ago is shamed former-evolutionist PZ Myers after he learned the truth of creationism from his tour of Ken Ham’s museum today: Read more

RIP John Hughes

No one mixed the sentimental and the comic better than John Hughes.  Before there was Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen movies there was John Hughes, the king of teen comedies which treated like teens like human beings.  Many of his films are part of the firmament of my film imagination.  I cannot imagine a world wherein there had never been a Ferris Bueller or a Clark Griswald or a Kevin McCallister.   And what would have HBO have played ad nauseum… Read more

Religulous: Michael Sweet’s “Ain’t No Safe Way”

Another embarrassing favorite of mine from my teen years as a Jesus Freak.  This one from former Stryper lead singer Michael Sweet wins in the “Abstinence Only” category: Read more

A Written Tour Of The Creation “Museum”

Courtesy of tweets from the twitter feed set up for PZ Myers and the Secular Students Alliance tour of the Ken Ham’s Creation “Museum” comes the link to this article that explains the whole wacky museum. Your Thoughts? Read more

Religulous: Carman and Petra: It’s Our Turn Now

Alright, with all this celebration of religulous fundamentalist Evangelical thinking today (with PZ Myers and the Secular Student Alliance visiting Ken Ham’s Creation “Museum”) I am in the mood for dredging the lake of my teenage years for all the most hilarious brainwashing devices they got me to love back then. And this one ranks right up there near the top of the greatest hits list.  The ultimate cheesy theocratic propaganda for teens! Your Thoughts? Read more

Religulous: Evolution…”Redefined”

In honor of PZ Myers and the Secular Students Alliance’s historic trip to the Creation “Museum,” I ashamedly bring you this ridiculous song I loved back in my Evangelical days… Read more

Memory, Concentration, and Distraction

From MedicalNewsToday: Principal investigator Edward K. Vogel, a UO professor of psychology, compares working memory to a computer’s random-access memory (RAM) rather than the hard drive’s size — the higher the RAM, the better processing abilities. With more RAM, he said, students were better able to ignore distractions people who hold their focus more intensely tend to have higher fluid intelligence; they score higher on achievement tests, do better in math and learn second languages easier than peers who are… Read more

Liveblogging The Creation Museum Tour Twitter Feed Highlights

Camels With Hammers pares down the first 5 hours of the twitter feed of visitors to the Creation Museum and offers you the highlights.  Start reading from the bottom of the thread for chronological flow and then join the real time discussion at #cregozerg.  Once you’ve read this thread be sure to check out my follow up thread highlighting the many high quality photos and tweets from 1:30-6:30pm. And please stick around and check out my regular Camels With Hammers… Read more

Secularist Creation Museum Twitter Feed

Go here to read tweets from members of the Secular Student Alliance and from other atheist visitors to Ken Ham’s creationist museum today (and here for tweets by PZ Myers). Your Thoughts? Read more

Daily Hilarity: Test Your Faith Vision

Edward Current’s incisive brand new incisive video (via Pharyngula) Your Thoughts? Read more

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