This is a 2-hour 45-minute Youtube video (watch the whole thing and it'll almost be time to leave for the day!) of the Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate on evolution vs young earth creation. Who won? Nobody -- nobody won. Zero opinions were changed, just as I expected. You have to indoctrinate the youth!
"Creation is the only viable model of historical science confirmed by observational science in today's modern scientific era," Ham said, according to the Associated Press. "I believe the word 'science' has been high-jacked by secularists."
"I just want to remind us all there are billions of people in the world who are deeply religious, who get enriched by the wonderful sense of community by their religion," Nye said. "But these same people do not embrace the extraordinary view that the Earth is somehow only 6,000 years old.
"If we continue to eschew science... we are not going to move forward," he added. "We will not embrace natural laws. We will not make discoveries. We will not invent and innovate and stay ahead."
Listen, all I want to know is why the person who edited the video left 15-minutes of countdown to the debate on the front end of the clip. I didn't even make it to the actual debate. Eight minutes of watching the countdown and I bailed. I might pick up where I left off tonight, but I don't know if I have another seven minutes in me. "Why don't you just skip ahead?" Huh? "Just skip to the debate." What do you mean? "YOU DON'T HAVE TO WATCH THE COUNTDOWN." You're not changing my opinion.
Keep going for the video.
Thanks to me, for remembering to do a follow-up because I have an impeccable memory and...something else I was going to say.