Michael Zimmerman introduced me to the word mumpsimus when he used it in his recent Huffington Post piece to describe Ray Comfort. Michael refers to Anu Garg, who defines the word as “a view stubbornly held in spite of clear evidence that it's wrong; and a person who holds such a view.”
Ray Comfort is misrepresenting scientists he interviewed for an upcoming movie. The video trailer below was shared by P. Z. Myers, who appears in the film and is appalled by the spin that one can already assume will be placed on his words within the movie itself. Because, as someone thoroughly persuaded by the evidence for evolution, there is no way that Ray Comfort could quote him honestly and accurately that would make the opposite case.
How often we find young-earth creationists mocking evolution in ways that they show that they don't even understand what biological evolution is, never mind what the evidence for it is. I have no expectation whatsoever that Ray Comfort's forthcoming movie will be anything other than one mumpsimus after another, offered by a mumpsimus.