May 18, 2007
Dinosaurs on the Ark: the Creation Museum
"How many sheep," I carefully asked, "would a dinosaur need to eat per day while living on the ark?"
I had done my homework in order to interview Ken A. Ham, director of the new Creation Museum, in Kentucky. But in order to be up to date with "ark science," I had to go back to the 1660s. Here, particularly in John Wilkins's An Essay Towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language (1668), I learned that "atheistical scoffers" had been rolling their eyes of late at the notion that
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