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Found in Creationism Museum

This all makes sense once you realize that this sign was found in a creationism museum. Summary: no reason shall be followed, follow God's word. I am not sure what I expected in such a place. Any love for this ridiculousness, or is this pretty much accepted here?
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No love at all for this blatant disregard for the scientific process and logic. They need to use these big words (radiometric dating and the like) because their patrons don't know what it means. If they just said, "Don't trust science," they'd be laughed out of business.
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