“ Sometimes I think maybe I'll a little too militant in my #atheism. Then I read stuff like this. http://t.co/AIPjsdPZ ”0
I often read about creationism in the US, and its followers. I tend to find it amusing, and just a little worrying as their numbers are not insignificant. We have plenty of street preachers here in the UK, but until today I have never seen those US-style anti-science evolution deniers on the streets.
I watched for 10 minutes as I ate my sausage roll, and listened to the standard creationist spiel of how everything must have a beginning and an end, and how everything created must have a creator and how there are no transitional fossils. It was quite entertaining!
Amazing to have that right here in Oxford, a place of learning. There's a natural history museum just around the corner. I wonder if they had ever been?
Alright. Here is my second attempt at VBlogging. I'm getting better at talking to the camera, which I find difficult to do. Still can't do it in one cut though!
It's on the subject of Agnosticism and Atheism. It's probably old territory for most people interested in this subject matter, but hopefully somebody will find it interesting…