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To think that only current knowledge can be proven by scientists, is as silly as believing that one never had a Great, Great, Grandfather,merely because the birth records of that time are inconclusive or because one has never personally shaken hands with that particular ancestors—is absurd and obviously untrue.
Bill Nye’s Take on the Nye-Ham Debate
Bill Nye (The Science Guy) is chief executive officer of The Planetary Society. He learned his love of astronomy from Carl Sagan while earning a mechanical engineering degree at Cornell University. He was the writer, producer, and on-air talent for the Emmy Award-winning Bill Nye the Science Guy TV series from 1992–1998. More recently his program 100 Greatest Discoveries aired on the Science Channel. He is a Committee for Skeptical Inquiry fellow and was the keynote speaker at the recent Center for Inquiry-CSI-CSH Summit Conference in Tacoma, Washington.
Bill Nye-Ken Ham Debate Still Making an Impact Four Years Later
In his VOX interview, Nye talked about a number of other issues, including climate change. The Planetary Society CEO said that at the moment, humans are "extinction-proof" and will live through the dangers, but soon rising sea levels will force people living in places like Holland or New Orleans to move.
Ham, a former science instructor who emigrated to the USA from Australia over 25-years ago, is joined by the popular children’s program personality Bill Nye “the science guy” for this first and only-scheduled debate. Each man delivers what he believes is the best information available, then has an opportunity for rebuttal, and then answers questions submitted by the audience.
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Even among Christians, Young Earth Creationism is not viable for millions, the vast majority. If you belong to the sect that made biblical literalism, young earth and anti-evolution part of your faith, you should know that you are in an minority worldwide. It may not feel that way in the social circle you live in, but that is just because you have not experienced the way most Christians in the world today believe.
Bill Nye: Science’s ‘dorkiest’ defender debates creationists in new documentary
The film cuts to now-President Donald Trump calling concern about global warming “ridiculous,” then to now-Vice President Mike Pence minimizing evolution as an unproven theory, then to fundamentalist Christian minister Ken Ham teaching an auditorium full of children the basics of young-Earth creationism, which holds that our planet and humans are just a touch over 4,000 years old.
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Tell that to the Kansas State Board of Education, which voted in 1999 to remove evolution from state standardized tests and left it up to local school districts whether or not to teach evolution at all. Voters later kicked the Kansas board members out of office who had voted against evolution and the new board, in the words of its chairman, Dr. Bill Wagnon, "returned its curriculum standards to mainstream science."
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While I have been on the West Coast this week, a lot of effort has been going on at AiG and the Creation Museum concerning a fantastic outreach opportunity that’s related to my February 4 debate with Bill Nye “the Science Guy.” We wanted to make sure as many people as possible can view the debate with TV’s Bill Nye, and I’m thrilled to announce that there will be a live stream of the event—and at no cost to you!