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BBC promoting creationism?

Postby tubataxidriver » Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:07 am

The BBC News website has an item about the Portsmouth-based Genesis Expo creation museum as one of the "UK's Oddest Days Out", alongside Nessie spotting and a few museums and other activities of probably limited appeal.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24080506

Couldn't agree more. Very odd.
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Re: BBC promoting creationism?

Postby cathy » Mon Sep 16, 2013 12:55 am

Well I'd agree about limited appeal and oddness. Buuuut, the pencil and lawnmower museums are at least real and based and real, if a tad dull, things. To be precise they are actually museums. As for diggerland, I've a horrible feeling desperation, squawking small children and rain on one holiday drove us there where you can at least drive toy diggers.

So mixed feelings about creation 'museums' inclusion on a list. Mainly cos of the use of the word museum. Crap theme park with no rides perhaps more apt.

Though the t rex did look very jolly and smiley even tho his head seemed disportionate to his body and looked like it might fall off. Modelled more on Barney rather than fossils perhaps?
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