There is a group of Christians (maybe — could be a stupid Poe) who disagree with Ken Ham. Ham argues that dinosaurs were real, that they were created 6000 years ago, and the they were on Noah’s Ark, but were killed by dragon-slaying knights in the Middle Ages. Stop laughing. It’s what he actually believes.
This other group, Christians Against Dinosaurs, argues instead that dinosaurs never existed, they’re totally fake, and that paleontologists just assembled random rock fragments into phony assemblages, inventing dinosaurs.
So here’s one of their people trying to make the case that you can smash up anything and assemble it into a dinosaur skeleton, if you use enough spackle.
When I first saw this, I thought it had to be a hoax. Nobody could be that idiotic, could they?
But then I thought…if somebody suddenly sprang Ken Ham and his wacky ideas on me, I’d be thinking exactly the same thing. This guy is just a bad actor, right, trying to make religious people look like nitwits? Nobody’s going to fall for that goofy routine. You’re pulling my leg.
If you think it’s satire, tell me how you’d know…and sorry, but the argument that it’s too ridiculous to be credible is not valid in a world of Hams and Hovinds and Trumps and Bergmans.