Another creationist group plans on building tourist attraction in Kentucky
On August 27, 2012 At 1:07 am
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Mark Hansel of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the Creation Science Hall of Fame will be raising funds so that it can build a brick and mortar facility in northern Kentucky, between Ken Ham's Creation Museum and his fledgling Noah's Ark Theme Park. The Creation Science Hall of Fame is currently a blog and is not affiliated with Ken Ham's creationist enterprises — although it does name Ham as a "living inductee."
According to the donations page of New Jersey creationist group's website, "It is our intention to construct a brick-and-mortar museum between Answers in Genesis Ark Encounter and The Creation Museum for all to visit, so that the world can see that creation scientists are ready and able to give and answer for what they believe."
The Creation Science Hall of Fame site also carries a "Creation News" thread that contains stories such as how before the biblical flood, "Pre-Flood Water" shot up like a jet from the earth's crust and did not rain down as water does today; that NASA's Curiosity that landed on Mars proves intelligent design and that if evidence is found that life forms once existed on Mars, they actually came from Earth " in the same disaster that caused a Global Flood;" and that because of the theory of evolution, judges and public servants are rewriting the Constitution of the United States and sending the nation down a path of self-destruction.