Kentucky To Get Creationist Theme Park, Complete With Dinosaurs On Noah’s Ark

Yes, this exists, or at least it will by 2014:

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Steve Beshear said Wednesday that a creationism theme park,  expected to open in Northern Kentucky in 2014,
would have a $250 million annual impact on the state’s economy.

Ark Encounter, which will feature a 500-foot-long wooden replica of Noah’s Ark containing live animals such as juvenile giraffes, is projected to cost $150 million and create 900 jobs, Beshear announced at a Capitol press conference.

“Make no mistake about it, this is a huge deal,” he said.

The park, to be located on 800 acres in Grant County off Interstate 75, also will include a Walled City, live animal shows, a replica of the Tower of Babel, a 500-seat special-effects theater, an aviary and a first-century Middle Eastern village.

It’s expected to draw 1.6 million visitors a year.

Park developers are seeking state tourism development incentives and could receive up to$37.5 million over a 10-year period.

Beshear was asked during the press conference about the Noah’s Ark exhibit specifically:

SONKA: Will there be dinosaurs on the Ark?

[Laughter]

ANSWERS IN GENESIS OFFICIAL: [off-mike] Well you know the position of Answers in Genesis so you can probably answer that yourself. We’ll have appropriate animals on the ark based on — [on mike] I’m sure we’ll have representative kinds of animals on the ark, to include dinosaurs.

The Louisville Courier-Journal is not at all pleased with the Governor:

Even if technically legal (in that the law allowing the tax breaks doesn’t discriminate against other religious or anti-religious views), a state role in a private facility that would be built by a group called Answers in Genesis and espouses a fundamentalist view resting on biblical inerrancy indirectly promotes a religious dogma. That should never be the role of government.

Moreover, in a state that already suffers from low educational attainment in science, one of the last things Kentucky officials should encourage, even if only implicitly, is for students and young people to regard creationism as scientifically valid. Creationism is a nonsensical notion that the Earth is less than 6,000 years old. No serious scientist upholds that view, and sophisticated analysis of the Earth’s minerals and meteorite deposits generally lead to an estimate
that the planet is about 4.5 billion years old. Furthermore, creationism teaches that the Earth (including humans) was created in six days, thus rejecting the well-established science of evolution.

But if the Beshear administration is determined that Kentucky should cash in on its stereotypes — and wants to fight Indiana to snare the theme park — why stop with creationism? How about a Flat-Earth Museum? Or one devoted to the notion that the sun revolves around the Earth? Why not a museum to celebrate the history pageantry of methamphetamines and Oxycontin? Surely a spot can be found for an Obesity Museum (with a snack bar).

Dudes, don’t give him any ideas.

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Comments

  1. mantis says:

    Hey, if I start a Muslim-themed park can I get state money for it?  Anyone got a problem with that?

  2. Alex Knapp says:

    I demand tax-breaks to fund my Museum of Geocentrism!

  3. Chadzilla says:

    What’s the difference between religious bigotry and racial bigotry?
    If you’re a racial bigot, your hatred is based on ignorance about skin color.
    If you’re a religious bigot, you look right into the core of a person’s being and cast judgment on it.  Bonus – it’s totally acceptable socially. You might even get a pat on the back for a witty slap shot on a message board.
     
     

  4. mantis says:

    What’s the difference between religious bigotry and racial bigotry?If you’re a racial bigot, your hatred is based on ignorance about skin color.If you’re a religious bigot, you look right into the core of a person’s being and cast judgment on it.  Bonus – it’s totally acceptable socially. You might even get a pat on the back for a witty slap shot on a message board.
    Actually, the difference is people can’t help how they are born, but we can choose what to believe.  Making fun of people for rejecting facts and science and instead believing absurd things like dinosaurs and people living together, that all life on Earth (except for sea life, I guess) exists because some dude with a boat saved two of each species (only two?  I guess genetic realities didn’t count then.  And what about all of this plant life we have on Earth?), and so on, is not religious bigotry.  It’s a natural response to abject stupidity and gullibility.  Plenty of Christians, Jews, and Muslims do not believe that evolution is a real phenomenon that led to the diversity of life on Earth.  Nobody’s making fun of them for their religion.  Only the stupid and the credulous, looking for government handouts for their anti-science museum.

  5. tom p says:

    I can’t wait….

  6. sam says:

    Maybe they’ll offer GA a job as curator.

  7. wr says:

    But remember, unemployment benefits are a waste of tax dollars that can be used to funnel money to the schnorrers behind this…

  8. G.A.Phillips says:

    ***Maybe they’ll offer GA a job as curator.***
    Ya, I do need a job at the moment, and have I good idea for a cave donkey exhibit. Oh wait that’s for my evolution freak show.
    ***It’s a natural response to abject stupidity and gullibility.***
    Lots of evidence for creation, lots for the flood. Evolution, zip.
     
     
     
     

  9. sam says:

    “Lots of evidence for creation, lots for the flood. Evolution, zip.”
     
    I think if you expanded your reading material beyond the back of milk cartons, you might change you, ahem, mind.

  10. Franklin says:

    Lots of evidence for creation, lots for the flood. Evolution, zip.
     
    GA, I sort of like you, I really do.  Especially your avatar.  But to say evolution has zero evidence is one of the stupidest things you’ve ever said.  I could show you evolution in a petri dish, RIGHT THIS MINUTE.  That would qualify as evidence, as would any natural history museum.  (But it is true, nobody can prove evolution is responsible for everything that exists.)
    I am curious, though, what evidence is there for creation?

  11. G.A.Phillips says:

    ***I could show you evolution in a petri dish, RIGHT THIS MINUTE.***lol.
    I used to believe in evolution, and then I saw it ALL disproved and that it’s origins had been fabricated and fond to be completly wrong. So to your point of what would would qualify as evidence, its mostly the same that you have looked at properly,
    Oh, and thanks, that’s me at age 11 in 1976.
     
     

  12. mantis says:

    Lots of evidence for creation, lots for the flood. Evolution, zip.
     
    Hahahahahaha.  Ok, buddy.  Whatever you say.

  13. Herb says:

    Weird…but then again, I’ve seen enough Big Butter Jesus type stuff in my time for this to be no big surprise.

    The big surprise is that they can’t even get their facts straight:

    “Ark Encounter, which will feature a 500-foot-long wooden replica of Noah’s Ark containing live animals such as juvenile giraffes,”

    A 500 foot long ark? Methinks they’re using the wrong “cubit to foot” conversion table. I wonder if the replica will be three stories high, like the “original.” Also, they better have more than just a pair of giraffes. Not sure if giraffes are considered clean or unclean –do they chew the cud and have a split hoof? I dunno!– but he took seven pairs of the clean animals. So if giraffes are clean…they should have 14 of them.

    I mean, if we’re going to be treating this as history…let’s treat it as history, right?

  14. Grewgills says:

    I used to believe in evolution, and then I saw it ALL disproved

    I saw the same Kirk Cameron video.  See how the banana fits perfectly in the hand, that proves that bananas and hands were created for each other so evolution is wrong and everything was created QED.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z-OLG0KyR4&feature=related

  15. Tano says:

    See how the banana fits perfectly in the hand, that proves that bananas and hands were created for each other

     
    I didn’t get away with that argument when I had need to use it back in junior high…..

  16. Peterh says:

    I seem to remember some yahoo conservative yearning for an “enlighten” republican to step forth in a previous topic……..well, hell Manning……your boat has arrived….with a dem to boot…..science is sacrilege and fairy tales is record……you critters are hell-bent to repeat the errors your ancestors and the mere use of the term “enlightenment” in a conservative sense…..is heresy…..

  17. Sgtgaffers says:

    Wow!  The arrogance of this thread is nothing short of overwhelming.  In a period where unemployment is through the roof, you are going to criticize state funding going into something that will create jobs and bring in millions in tourist dollars?  I guess it would be a better idea to just cut out the middleman and hand money out to the unemployed.  No questions asked.  You have a problem with creationism?  Fine, let that be your problem.  I, for one, believe in evolution but that doesn’t get in the way of letting other people believe in what they want.
    After attending both public and private schools in Kentucky, I can assure everyone out there that there is no danger of kids being exclusively exposed to creationism.  All these fears  of the children being brainwashed into Christianity are just tired arguments carried out by anti-Christian bigots and arrogant assholes.
     

  18. Chadzilla says:

    Well said SgtGaffers (except maybe the stinger at the end)  🙂
    This is where religion, philosophy, and science blur and mash together in ways that a simple separation of church and state can not address. Please read the rest in its entirety as it gets to the crux of the matter for many believers
    I am a Christian.  I believe that Jesus died for our sins.  He could do this because he was God on earth.  That’s why the crucifixion of Jesus can be believed on for the forgiveness of sins and the crucifixion of Spartacus is just common Roman death penalty.  For Jesus to have actually been God on earth, he can not have had sin or error in his life on earth (God is good, God is perfect).  Jesus referred to the Genesis account several times during his ministry.  Each time he referred to it he did so as fact.  He believed it and preached it.  For me to accept evolution as fact, I have to disregard the truth of the words of Christ.
    And there you have it.  No sinister agenda to brainwash children.  No Illuminati scheme to eliminate science and take us back to the dark ages.  No political agenda to set back progress and restart the Inquisition.  Just me and a few million other believers needing to know that we’re not alone.
    I hope this helps people on this message board to understand that Christians aren’t ‘willfully ignorant’ and we don’t chose to ‘disregard the facts’ of reality.  We have our beliefs and last time I checked, we have a right to share them.
     

  19. This is NOT an issue of government supporting a particular religion – its about JOBS, and the ECONOMY. I daresay Disney has enough nutjob adherents that would qualify it as a religion – should we cut off tax cuts to their theme parks until science proves that mice can talk and ducks wear sailor uniforms comfortably?
    As always, Kentucky, lead the way for AMERRY-CUH! #$% yeah!!

  20. Tano says:

    In a period where unemployment is through the roof, you are going to criticize state funding going into something that will create jobs and bring in millions in tourist dollars?
     
    Yes. Promoting ignorance and deadening the critical faculties of the citizenry, especially the youth, is a downright criminal act for any government to be undertaking. I am sure that the government can find other, more constructive investments to make for that money.

  21. Get real says:

    The day I witness defense of a mosque within view of the site of the WTC disaster coexisting with rejection of a Christian theme park in northern Kentucky, is a day my heart aches for this once great nation and her people!  Today is that day!
    As for the petri dish argument, that is not evolution, but rather growth, big, big difference!  One must laugh at the argument that creation is a joke, because we “know” that our ancestors were monkeys…!!!
    The “facts” of this article are extremely distorted and inaccurate.  At least the writer could have done some research.  The comparison of this attraction to a ” museum celebrating the history pageantry of methamphetamine and Oxycontin” is sickening, obnoxious, and way out of line!  Just for the record, the giraffe does have a split hoof and chews it’s cud.  It would be considered an unclean animal!
    Those who believe Christians to be uneducated, ignorant idiots who reject scientific fact are the worst type of misinformed bigots!

  22. Michael says:

    But to say evolution has zero evidence is one of the stupidest things you’ve ever said.

    Clearly you haven’t been reading his comments for very long.

  23. An Interested Party says:

    “We have our beliefs and last time I checked, we have a right to share them.”
    Do you have the right to have the government help you share them?
     
    “One must laugh at the argument that creation is a joke, because we ‘know’ that our ancestors were monkeys…!!!”
    Your heart should also ache for your own knowledge, as evolution does not argue that our ancestors were monkeys…

  24. Get real says:

    All things are formed according to their own specific DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid).  This my friends is a scientific fact!  DNA does not change and become something else!  Remember cloning?  How do you suppose that was achieved?  Some may suggest environmental factors which create mutations, these however generally do not have a positive result, such as making an animal smarter or turning it into another creature.   It does however often result in cancer and other numerous negative health conditions.  Apparently God knew what he was making and made each according to their own kind…
     
    People can talk all they want about the bible (“book of fairy tales”), but consider this…  The “simpletons” who recorded the events surrounding the ark and the flood used all of the correct data and according to the experts described a perfectly water tight vessel which could indeed withstand a flood of the magnitude described!  Those who wish to assume that Christians are uneducated idiots should probably do their homework before making statements!  If you want to believe that you evolved from monkeys I will not point out your foolishness.  But before you call me a fool, show me some real proof!  A serious study of Darwin and what fed his ambition is quite enlightening indeed!

  25. sam says:

    @GA
    “Oh, and thanks, that’s me at age 11 in 1976.”
     
    You looked smarter then.

  26. sam says:

    “Those who believe Christians to be uneducated, ignorant idiots who reject scientific fact are the worst type of misinformed bigots!”
     
    Well, only a certain kind of Christian.

  27. Get real says:

    Certain types of all kinds of people are idiots!  Mute point!  It is not because they are Christians, but rather perhaps they are just not extremely well educated or intelligent!  You will find people of this sort everywhere, you need not look far.  Let’s not pretend that it is okay in any situation to make blanket statements concerning any group of individuals.  By it’s very definition, that makes one a bigot!  So be it… (Amen).  Just for the record, Amen means – so be it!

  28. sam says:

    “Mute point!”
     
    If only.

  29. Neil Hudelson says:

    You know, as a resident of southern Indiana, near Kentucky, I support this completely.
     
    1.  It confirms all the Kentucky jokes I’ve made over the years, and instantly turns me from that Jackass making bad jokes at a bar to an astute observer.
    2.  I have a new destination to end my trip on the Bourbon Trail (It used to be the other creationist museum near Cincinatti.  Now I can make my sour-mash inspired pilgrimage in a different direction.)

  30. Get real says:

    It is more than a bit interesting that many individuals who like to be thought of as accepting of different life styles, feel that they may pick and choose whom they should accept!  All the while still patting themselves on the back for their good will etc…  “You can fool some of the people some of the time…”- Abraham Lincoln.

  31. Get real says:

    Wow Sam, the only comment you could come up with was to point out what was clearly a typo…  Pathetic indeed.  Moot*.  Grow up!

  32. Michael says:

    DNA does not change and become something else!

    When you are wrong on such a fundamental aspect of biology, it’s little wonder that you would be so terribly wrong on the theories that spring from them.

  33. mantis says:

    DNA does not change and become something else!
     
    Yes, in fact, <a href=”http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evosite/evo101/IIICGeneticvariation.shtml”>it does</a>.  And not in a vague theoretical sense, either, but before our very eyes, such as in the cases of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, via both vertical and horizontal gene transfer, mutation of viruses, and of course in the animal kingdom with species such as Darwin’s finches.
     
    Some may suggest environmental factors which create mutations, these however generally do not have a positive result, such as making an animal smarter or turning it into another creature.   It does however often result in cancer and other numerous negative health conditions.
     
    Actually, studies of Drosophila melanogaster have shown that approximately 70% of mutations (which are not always caused by environmental factors, btw) are negative, and about 30% are neutral or positive.
     
    The “simpletons” who recorded the events surrounding the ark and the flood used all of the correct data and according to the experts described a perfectly water tight vessel which could indeed withstand a flood of the magnitude described!
     
    So the people who wrote the bible knew how to make a boat?  That’s not proof of the flood or anything else.  And btw, a boat is a boat, it the “magnitude” of the flood wouldn’t matter.  Water is water.  A boat doesn’t float on some volume of water but sink on a greater volume.
     
    Those who wish to assume that Christians are uneducated idiots should probably do their homework before making statements!
     
    Pot, meet kettle.
     
    If you want to believe that you evolved from monkeys I will not point out your foolishness.
     
    You are actually trying, and failing miserably, at doing just that.  Also, we don’t think we evolved from monkeys.  Who’s the foolish one again?
     
    A serious study of Darwin and what fed his ambition is quite enlightening indeed!
     
    Yeah, desire for a greater understanding of the natural world is pretty evil.
     

  34. Get real says:

    Nice copy and paste Mantis.  Too bad you do not point out that this IS theory…  Unless of course you are suggesting species interbreeding, in which case any success would result in a sterile creation such as the liger for example!  The growth and evolution of bacteria does not prove the evolution of mankind.  To suggest that it does is ridiculous.  You make it all sound so simple.  So just what institution do you work for, because you have solved a riddle which has puzzled the masters since the dawn of man!  I am not sure why people are so concerned with what others believe.
     
    Darwin’s concern was not geared toward greater understanding as you suggest.  For starters the man was a failed theologian looking to make a name for himself.  Even his contemporaries knew that he was a hack!  Further, I have said nothing of evil.  Kindly do not imply that this is my thought pattern!
     
    As far as your idea on boats, quite frankly I captain a boat, and you are full of sh*t!  Have fun at sea in a row boat…Let me know how that works out!

  35. Alex Knapp says:

    Unless of course you are suggesting species interbreeding, in which case any success would result in a sterile creation such as the liger for example!

     
    Ligers are fertile, not sterile.

  36. Get real says:

    The male liger is infertile.  Last time I checked reproduction required two of the species…  Perhaps the female can reproduce, but not a pure liger!  Want to discuss the purpose of the x, y chromosomes?  I don’t!  If evolution has been proven (not in theory) with real proof, please explain why evolution has not taken care of Down’s syndrome etc…  Because, it is an accepted theory, just as the one that claimed for so long (unlike the bible) that the earth was flat!
    If you do not like my bible, that is fine, stay out of it.  I however have no intention of avoiding your science book.  What is true I will embrace.  What is speculation I will question…  This is my prerogative and yours.  As far as taxes being used, let’s get real, most people would be appalled if they had an inkling of what their tax dollars where being used for!  Live and let live.

  37. mantis says:

    Nice copy and paste Mantis
     
    The only thing I copied and pasted was your comments, so I could respond to them point by point.  Got a problem with that?
     
    Too bad you do not point out that this IS theory…
     
    I’m not hiding that.  My guess is you have no idea what the word means in science.
     
    Unless of course you are suggesting species interbreeding, in which case any success would result in a sterile creation such as the liger for example!
     
    I was talking about genetic mutations, not interspecies breeding, which was quite clear.  As far as interspecies breeding is concerned, there are indeed offspring that are fertile, such as the wholphin (killer whale + bottlenose dolphin), female yakalo (yak and buffalo), beefalo (buffalo and domesticated cow).  Of course, interspecies plant breeding is far more common, and so are fertile offspring from such breeding.  Interspecies breeding is not, however, a major driver of evolution.
     
    The growth and evolution of bacteria does not prove the evolution of mankind.  To suggest that it does is ridiculous.
     
    No one suggested that.
     
    You make it all sound so simple.  So just what institution do you work for, because you have solved a riddle which has puzzled the masters since the dawn of man!
     
    I didn’t solve it.  Far smarter men and women than I have led us to a far greater understanding of the evolution of life.
     
    I am not sure why people are so concerned with what others believe.
     
    Why are you so concerned with what I believe?
     
    Darwin’s concern was not geared toward greater understanding as you suggest.
     
    Sure it was.  Besides, his motivations are irrelevant to the evidence.
     
    As far as your idea on boats, quite frankly I captain a boat, and you are full of sh*t!  Have fun at sea in a row boat…Let me know how that works out!
     
    That has nothing to do with volume, but rather currents and weather.  You were talking about volume.
     
    I would suggest you stop embarrassing yourself, but clearly you have no shame.

  38. Michael says:

    Too bad you do not point out that this IS theory

    Gravitation is also a theory, but I don’t see many people claiming that they can fly (without assistance).
     

    The growth and evolution of bacteria does not prove the evolution of mankind.

    But it does prove the evolution of organisms.  However, studies of different human populations does prove the evolution of mankind.
     

    I am not sure why people are so concerned with what others believe.

    Because people keep trying to pass laws based on those beliefs that have a negative impact on all of us.
     

    As far as your idea on boats, quite frankly I captain a boat, and you are full of sh*t!  Have fun at sea in a row boat

    Are you saying that row boat’s buoyancy changes depending on the size of the body of water?

  39. Get real says:

    So much for intelligent dialogue.  Flying spaghetti monster forbid you admit that you are not having a conversation with an ignoramus!  Furthermore, I have said and done nothing to be embarrassed about.  I suggest that it is you and not I that seem to have the need to twist and turn my words to suggest otherwise.  Ainsi soit-il, Bonne journée

  40. Michael says:

    If evolution has been proven (not in theory) with real proof, please explain why evolution has not taken care of Down’s syndrome etc…

    Down Syndrome is caused by failure in the production of reproductive cells, it’s not inherent in the parent’s DNA.  Non-inherited features are outside the realm of evolution.
     

    Because, it is an accepted theory, just as the one that claimed for so long (unlike the bible) that the earth was flat!

    There was never a theory that claimed the earth was flat.  Indeed, people knew it was round, and had a very good estimate of it’s size, long before the Bible was compiled.

  41. Get real says:

    Last word…  Michael read a book!

  42. mantis says:

    Another grand creationist FAIL.

  43. Steve Verdon says:

    Anti-biotic resistant bacteria? Please it is the hand of God at work. See evolution disproven.

  44. sam says:

    Anybody else get the feeling Get Real is on speed?

  45. Michael says:

    I guess all of the books I’ve been reading don’t count, because they don’t conform to Get real’s world view.

  46. Tano says:

    “Down Syndrome is caused by failure in the production of reproductive cells, it’s not inherent in the parent’s DNA.”

    Huh? This makes no sense. The reproductive cells contain the parent’s DNA. The “failure of production” is a failure of the parent’s DNA to reproduce correctly.The aberration is most certainly inherent in the parents DNA.

    “There was never a theory that claimed the earth was flat”.

    Thats ridiculous.

    ” Indeed, people knew it was round, and had a very good estimate of it’s size, long before the Bible was compiled.”

    People??? Some very few people – a certain percentage of the learned elite in Greece. Probably about less that 1/10 of 1% of the population of Europe, let alone the world.

  47. sam says:

    You know, if they’re really serious about that Ark thing, they’d follow Mark Twain and make sure there’s space for malaria-carrying mosquitoes, along with the agents causing typhus, polio, the Spanish flu, small pox, bubonic plague, [add your own candidate]…

  48. Michael says:

    Huh? This makes no sense. The reproductive cells contain the parent’s DNA. The “failure of production” is a failure of the parent’s DNA to reproduce correctly.The aberration is most certainly inherent in the parents DNA.

    It’s caused by a random cell division error, the trisomy is caused by environmental factors, not genetic ones. This means that two parents without Down Syndrome still have a significant chance of having a child with Down Syndrome. In fact, most Down Syndrome children are born to non-Down parents. This means that the natural selection process of evolution will not have any affect on the number of children born with Down Syndrome.

    Thats ridiculous.

    Then please show me one. I suspect the problem is your misunderstanding of the difference between “theory” and “belief”.

    People??? Some very few people – a certain percentage of the learned elite in Greece.

    The Greeks were very good at writing down and spreading their knowledge. Certainly a number of early Christians, such as St. Paul, would have been aware of their work.

  49. Get real says:

    My “world view” is based on factual information! The fact is that there indeed is still today a theory claiming the world to be flat. Most people who have been paying attention realize that Christopher Columbus and others of his sort knew the earth was round. Paul would not have needed to be familiar with the works of Aristotle as Christians never held a belief that the earth is flat (the bible and keen observation says otherwise). The Babylonians on the other hand as well as the Chinese held this belief. In fact in parts of China there were many people who believed the earth to be flat not so very long ago…

    Facts will stand alone! They do not require the user to twist someone’s point in an attempt to make them look like an uniformed jerk. My point in joining this discussion was to point out that several people on this post and others like them would call me stupid because I believe in God, when clearly they may not be able to hold up their end of a conversation with me… There is no need for people to be treated rudely simply because we may disagree with them!

  50. Michael says:

    My point in joining this discussion was to point out that several people on this post and others like them would call me stupid because I believe in God

    You’re not stupid for believing in something that hasn’t been proven to be true. You’re stupid if you continue believing in something that has already been proven false.

  51. mantis says:

    They do not require the user to twist someone’s point in an attempt to make them look like an uniformed jerk.

    I didn’t know you were wearing a uniform.

  52. Brian says:

    Aside from the absurdity of it all, this park will create 900 jobs. Have any of you ever been on a Christian organization’s payroll? The work, and pay, are better at Wal-Mart. Part of your salary is the joy in spreading God’s word… that the T-Rex ate the other 12 clean giraffe for dinner… and ate all the black, brown and yellow people for dessert.

    Just read the book of Gensis and the “days” when stuff was created. Problem with all you scientists and Christians, is you are hung up on the world “day”. But if you look at the order in which God created the world, it kinda looks like a brief explanation of evolution. Its all right there, but you cant see for the “day of the week”.

    Being neither a scientist or christian, I do get amused watching both sides pick fly crap out of pepper.