Honestly, I would visit this "museum" with friends just for a day of laughs xD But I can't shake the underlying feeling that this should be taken alot more seriously, and that this is wrong on so many levels.
The fuck is this. Around fifty kinds of dinosaurs? I am aware that there are numerous other counts of idiocy and ignorance in this photo album but as someone brought up on 'Walking with Dinosaurs' this just pushes me over the fucking edge.
It blows my mind that there were enough people who sat down together and said... "yea that makes sense", and wrote these "facts" on the wall of this "museum". Maybe one guy came to the table and said, "hey wait a sec, if we are interpreting this literally, then this couldn't be true, could it?" and then the other guys said, "Shut up steve! We're doing this so just shut up." Seriously though, that there were enough people willing to fund this building that essentially holds popular opinions and ideas, is simply staggering to me.
I think I died a little bit inside. It's not fair that thousands of scientists have gone through countless hours of research to prove and disprove each other to create a fair system and there are still people out there who ignore all of these conclusive findings and just say "it's in the Bible" or "I can't explain it, so God must have just made it that way"
What's really sad is that the one in Kentucky was funded by massive cuts to our education. On the upshot, if you convince children that the world absolutely has to be 6,000 years old or else the whole religion is false, then they're more likely to deconvert once they start learning real science.