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The Creationist Museum Is Failing


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The Creationist Museum in Kentucky is shedding money daily, and Ken Ham, the owner and owner, states he recognizes who is responsible– it's those darn atheists. The big concern below is why Pork hasn't already asked God in order to help him out. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this. Subscribe to the Ring of Fire for more:

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  1. Posted by Alan W, at Reply

    Maybe Ken can rent it out to a Marijuana dispensary.

    • Posted by Alan W, at Reply

      Alex Perez It sure as hell will make a profit. : )

    • Posted by John Holt, at Reply

      You may have a point there, would a Pre-Op Transgender transitional living safe space be more appealing? Or scrap the combo and go full-on hourly rate hotel? (HBO and Free Porn!!!)

    • Posted by rahowhero X, at Reply

      for the lord blessed us by blessing all herb that beareth seed …

    • Posted by rahowhero X, at Reply

      and hes a.o.k with abortion too. dont confuse the reality of the fairytale, with the ignorance of said fairytale shown by christians

    • Posted by John Holt, at Reply

      rahowhero X — That sounds familiar, is it Old Testament Ganja 4-20?

  2. Posted by Jordacar, at Reply

    Atheists were the ones trying to help. They either tried to warn Ken that this was a terrible, terrible idea, or they were checking out the museum in droves to be ironic.

    • Posted by Seeking It, at Reply

      That was the Catholics and Lutherans

    • Posted by freedombase, at Reply

      that is your opinion Anti Semite

    • Posted by freedombase, at Reply

      i do not troll i speak the truth

    • Posted by Angel Fox, at Reply

      +freedombase Wow….is this how nazi shits like yourself imagine Jews? Rather pathetic.

  3. Posted by Adrian Lee Magill, at Reply

    I am an atheist and I take full responsibility for this project failing. I did it with my mind… from Canada… while Ham slept I used astral projection…

    • Posted by TheDajamster, at Reply

      Thank You!

    • Posted by Adrian Lee Magill, at Reply

      Sure thing! Now, where is Mecca, anyway?

    • Posted by Kitty S, at Reply

      Hehehe very funny! Try some yogurt for ur brain. ūüĆö

  4. Posted by Mephistahpheles, at Reply

    Creationist museum is getting Darwin’d.

    • Posted by Bobbius Shadow, at Reply

      hahhahhahahahhaha……laws of nature

  5. Posted by David Ortiz, at Reply

    Religion has failed the world.

    • Posted by Rick Slyke, at Reply

      Esteban Velarde: Sounds like you fail for religion

    • Posted by David Ortiz, at Reply

      Rick Slyke me? I’m an atheist ex Catholic

    • Posted by Rick Slyke, at Reply

      David Ortiz: Not you, Esteban Velarde

    • Posted by Apprentice b8 r8r, at Reply

      I failed my world religion courses

  6. Posted by shahid kalimur, at Reply

    ALL religion should be outlawed as it only leads to backward thinking and eventually fundamentalism.

    • Posted by mario miranda, at Reply

      its very difficult, its like in the Matrix, people will fight and die to protect the system (their beliefs), no matter how wrong they are, in Mexico after the Revolution in 1910, the Mexican Government tried to limit the Influence the Church had on its people, because they knew the country would never have real progress if people were wasting so much time with this mumbo jumbo, the people fought the Government, the catholic church is still powerful, Mexicans are more Religious and therefor more Backwards than ever.

    • Posted by Tony C., at Reply

      Can’t really outlaw this stuff. It has to die out on its own.

  7. Posted by DrMacintosh, at Reply

    No you don’t get it TYT, all that evidence is the work of the Devil to trick us!!!!

    • Posted by Prime Technophilia, at Reply

      Clearly, in saying that there is also evidence that some species of dinosaurs still existed only a few thousand years ago and they didn’t all die at the same time. But its a outliner bit of data and doesn’t prove any delusional 3000 year old Earth theories. (but they do ‘try’ to make it into evidence, somehow)

    • Posted by Tony C., at Reply

      Can’t tell if you’re serious.

    • Posted by DrMacintosh, at Reply

      Tony C. You lack internet skills

    • Posted by Tony C., at Reply


  8. Posted by LittleRock Clydesdale, at Reply

    Not feeling very bright today?

    If so, just smile and remember there are adults who actually believe that two penguins and kangaroos walked and hoped all the way to the Middle East to get aboard a giant boat built by a 500 year old man.

    • Posted by Simon Giles, at Reply

      HELENO HENZO How did the wombats get back to Australia?

    • Posted by LittleRock Clydesdale, at Reply

      HELENO HENZO…. Yup it’s common knowledge that Polar Bears, Elephant Seals, Tasmanian Devils, and Capybaras are all native to the deserts of the Middle East.

    • Posted by HELENO HENZO, at Reply

      there were no ocean in between, tectonic plates started moving during the flood and after. u r using present geography state to judge past geography state

    • Posted by HELENO HENZO, at Reply

      desert? u r using present geography state to judge past geography state, desert was created by the flood. flood killed all the vegetation… thats why middle east is rich in fossil fuel

    • Posted by Paul Beney, at Reply

      HELENO HENZO Erm, you do know what fossil fuel is, right?

  9. Posted by DA 329, at Reply

    Also, u can be a Christian and believe in science

    • Posted by shayne g, at Reply

      Nah, you are deluded!

    • Posted by Stone Chen, at Reply

      You can but it’s hard. To quote Galileo, “The Bible tells you how to go to heaven, but not how heaven goes”.

    • Posted by Gezelligman, at Reply

      religion and scientific method are incompatible. hence the words belief and faith. as long as you understand religion’s only a form of speculation, you can be interested by science and be a believer. you’ll have to cherrypick with the religious part, but yes you can.

  10. Posted by Brandon Jaspy, at Reply

    I am an Atheist and people like you give us a bad name.

    • Posted by Gezelligman, at Reply

      certainly not worse than ISIS, but spreading just as much disinformation. if they got their way it could easily end up as an organisation like that.
      yes, all abrahamic religions have the same potential.

    • Posted by Ex Animus, at Reply

      +Brandon Jaspy
      would you treat someone with respect or deference that believes hobbits are real? jedi’s? little cartoon ponies? talking sponges? no, you’d call them insane or children depending on their age. you’re a hypocrite and THAT gives any ideology, religion, ethos, or stand a bad name.

    • Posted by Cuck a Doodle Doo, at Reply

      Jesus, there are a¬†lot of atheists here who are¬†still in the “angry phase”. You’ll grow out of it.

  11. Posted by Neil Price, at Reply

    Funny that¬†Creationists say that the Earth is only 6000 years old, they then say that carbon dating is false because there is no way we can check it’s true, but we have between 8 to 10 thousand years of RECORDED history so by their own degree of evidence they are wrong.

    • Posted by Edward Moran, at Reply

      Agnostic here but have to laugh at your reasoning, so lets say we have 8 to 10 thousands years of recorded history, That’s a lot closer to 6000 than the Billions that are generally accepted.

    • Posted by Jens Nygren, at Reply

      Close yes but still much more then 6000 years, if we have more recorded history then what young earthers belive there is time then the world can not be 6000 years old.

      And the generally accepted theory is that the earth is billions of years old.

    • Posted by Neil Price, at Reply

      I am also an Agnostic, but I¬†was going by Creationist’s reasoning not my own. I know that the Earth is around 4.5 billion years old and Homo-Sapiens (Our current genus not humanity, as the earliest human remains found are 4 million years old) are believed, with current evidence, to be¬†between 100k and 150k years old. There are also the remains of several cities found at the bottom of the sea and one was only above sea level around 50 thousand years ago. Ken Ham has repeatedly said that Carbon dating is false as we can’t be sure that the isotope’s decay, that we use to date things, cannot be proved to decay at a steady rate. In his words,¬†it could have periods where it decays slower or faster. This is scientifically unlikely as it is¬†almost impossible¬†for something to spontaneously speed up or slow down a natural process without some sort of external stimuli. Carbon Dating has never been said to be an exact science anyway as any date is gives us is an estimate anyway, within a few years or decades of the actual age of the item and we can’t date anything past 1950 as we messed our atmosphere up too badly with all the nuclear testing.

  12. Posted by Dream Walker, at Reply

    To add insult to injury, it received substantial subsidies from taxpayer money, and it still failed.

    • Posted by loki2240, at Reply

      Dream Walker – Of course it did. It was marketed to the local and state governments as being able to bring in Disney World attendance (to be able to pay back the tax abatement, bring in a lot more businesses and jobs, etc.). Obviously, that was BS. But the “fiscally conservative” politicians gave them the benefits anyway because it played well with the Christian Right.

  13. Posted by Emil Rosén, at Reply

    In a couple of years creationists are going to excavate the site and claim that they found Noah’s ark.

    • Posted by Mike Mullinix, at Reply

      Emil Rosén lmao, best comment ever!

    • Posted by Diatonic5th, at Reply


  14. Posted by bill stankowski, at Reply

    Ken spent 10 million on the ark….what a Ham

    • Posted by loki2240, at Reply

      bill stankowski – You can bet he’s making a considerable amount of money, despite the businesses failing.

    • Posted by Trisha Dwyer, at Reply

      bill stankowski 100 million. Most was tax money giving by the state..

    • Posted by Cassandra Morrison, at Reply

      No, Ham’s dad built the ark so he got a free ride.
      Lucky for HIM, too. Because when the earth plowed through that cloud of water vapor left over from the Big Bang it rained like hell!

  15. Posted by Vote Classic Liberal and Save America, at Reply

    In a few years it’s going to be a paint-ball areana….that’d I’d pay for!

    • Posted by Green Reaper, at Reply

      Vote Classic Liberal and Save America Or a Trampoline Park

    • Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

      Paintball park that has trampolines for awesome jump shots.

  16. Posted by alreid09, at Reply

    It is failing because it is lame, not necessarily because of religion.

    • Posted by alreid09, at Reply

      Meinfuhrerhoffman lmao

    • Posted by Andrew Mildenberg, at Reply

      alreid09 sure, it COULD be that, but I think my assertion is closer to the truth. Case in point Madame Tussaud’s wax museum. That’s popular in its own right and that has nothing but wax statues.

      So my original claim is true. Religion is lame, and only lame wads like religion.

      Three points!

    • Posted by alreid09, at Reply

      Andrew Mildenberg lmao, you are the type of person who likes their own youtube and fb posts don’t you?

    • Posted by Cassandra Morrison, at Reply

      Well, AM, at least you’re a legend in your own mind ūüėĀ

    • Posted by Andrew Mildenberg, at Reply

      alreid09 I don’t use FB or post things on this YT page, so I can’t say if I am “that type of person” (whatever that means)
      I do have conviction in what I say though. Do you not?

      I can certainly be wrong but I’m confident in what I bring towards a discussion. Even if that is being a cheeky bastard.

      It’s true though. Everything religious is lame. Religion based music is terrible and bland, religious movies are boring and preachy and religious games are basically useless.
      Ask anyone that doesn’t wrap their identity around religion and they’ll tell you the same.

  17. Posted by mark guest, at Reply

    Can’t believe this exists in the 21st century.

    • Posted by InfectedByEli, at Reply


  18. Posted by Tyler Mauldin, at Reply

    I’m a Christian, and I agree. The Creation Museum is a plague. It is a tragedy that so many people have fallen for their misinformation and anti-scientific nonsense.

    • Posted by SpurnOfHumanity, at Reply

      How can you say that and still be a christian!?

    • Posted by Tyler Mauldin, at Reply

      Just because I don’t accept Ken Ham’s interpretation of Genesis does not mean I am not a Christian.

    • Posted by Cassandra Morrison, at Reply

      Continental DRIFT ūüėā

      My eyes are well over half a century and this Kindle Fire THING!!!