Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Wacky things on the radio

When I travel, like I was doing over the past weekend, I listen to the radio a lot. Sometimes, I listen to talk radio, which means listening to conservative and Christian talk radio. This past trip, I had the dubious pleasure of coming across a series of interviews done with people at the Creation Museum. The one that I managed to catch most of was with Jason Lisle, head astrophysicist at the Museum.

Wait a minute. An astrophysicist that thinks the universe is only a few thousand years old? Isn't that like going to the infectious disease department at a hospital to find a doctor that thinks viruses and bacteria can't make you sick?

2 comments:

Gamera said...

We almost planned a stop at the museum on the way back from Knoxville one time, but then we found out it's $20/head to get in.

It's not that funny....

moon-grrl said...

But, but, but . . . Gamera, you could have ridden the Jesus Horse!

Nothing like a museum that treats "The Flintstones" as a documentary rather than a stupid cartoon. I don't even want to know who their staff archaeologist is.