Saturday, August 11, 2007

Unicorn Museum

In appropriate support of Ken Ham's Creationism Museum, I give you, via Pharyngula, The Unicorn Museum!

3 comments:

Lim Leng Hiong said...

Heh, they certainly had that coming.

You have a sharply written and hard-hitting blog.

I especially enjoyed your "little girl in the airport" article.

I once overheard a little girl asking her mom: "Mummy how do angels fly?"

And her mom goes: "Oh they have magical dust on their wings dear."

I don't know why that answer annoyed me so much, but I'm sure glad my mother never taught me about angels or magical dust.

Instead I spent my childhood learning and building the "magic curve" - the aerofoil that allows real things to really fly.

I write a science blog called Fresh Brainz mainly about evolutionary biology and some astronomy.

Would you like to exchange blog links?

Best regards!

ScienceAvenger said...

Thank you for the kind words, and the aerofoil story. I'm pretty physics phobic, so that was never part of my world, but it's nice to hear of parents filling their kids minds with knowledge instead of fantasies and religious myths.

As for the blog link swap, consider it done.

Lim Leng Hiong said...

Thanks. Much appreciated!