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LINK Ken Ham: The Perseverance Rover’s Budget Should Have Been Spent on Creationism | Hemant Mehta | Friendly Atheist | Patheos

It was absolutely incredible to watch the landing of the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover last week. The possibilities of what we may learn from the technology that’s now up there will enrich our understanding of the cosmos for generations to come.

And here to complain about all that is Creationist Ken Ham, who cannot believe we’re wasting any money on frivolous things like learning and exploration.

snytiger6 9 Feb 21
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I'm pretty sure beyond that amount has been spent over the years already trying to prove his BS is remotely accurate. Pretty sure that I have yet to hear it's factual, either.

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Aw, Tough Titties there Ken Ham, are you missing out on MORE Tax-Payer Fundings because people want to know about the Origins of Mars, the Solar System, etc, etc, and not putting THEIR money into your pockets?

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It not the money, its the fear that people may find real learning can be fun and beautiful, that has him worried.

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He is a moron, now look that up in a thesaurus and he is also all of the synonyms. 🙄😘

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Funny thing about it is that NASA couldn't give 2 shits what he thinks. Neither can Mars 2020 aka Perseverance or ANY of the other great missions sent and landed in the same week (UAE's Hope mission, China's first satellite/rover combo just to name a few.)

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In other words on him! The ego and self delusion of these crackpots knows no bounds.

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Fuck him and his ignorance.

Leelu Level 7 Feb 21, 2021
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