The popular “Dinosaurs!” exhibit is coming back to the Louisville Zoo on March 31 and includes 12 animatronic beasts such as the T-Rex and Megalosaurus.
But a quick look at the Louisville Zoo’s website shows that kids will not be taught the Official Scientific Truth of Kentucky when it comes to dinosaurs. Unlike the Gov. Steve Beshear-endorsed beliefs of Ken Ham and his Answers in Genesis/Ark Encounter odes to Young Earth Creationism, kids at the zoo will learn that these dinosaurs did not wear saddles with humans atop them a few thousand years ago.
Check out this description of the T-Rex:
“70 million years ago?”
“Flesh-eating” land animal?
As anyone who has
been brainwashed by Ken Ham’s Grifter Cult learned from the brilliant “science” of Ken Ham will tell you, dinosaurs like the T-Rex were created a few thousand years ago and lived harmoniously with humans as vegetarians for many years.
To show you what
brainwashing the proper education of children looks like, let me share a book I recently received (possibly the greatest book ever made): “Dinosaurs of Eden,” by Ken Ham himself.
In this 2001 children’s book, a pair of kids in the future use a time machine (the “Bible Time-Gate”) to go back to the Garden of Eden, which of course was just 6,000 years ago. There, the kids watch a naked Adam and Eve feed coconuts to vegetarian T-Rexes, as there was no sin, no death, and certainly no meat-eating.
Here we see the carnivorous Ceratosaurus, Deinonychus and Carnotaurus munching on some lemons and bananas, as they were prone to do, leaving Adam and Eve free to get their naked frolic on without disruption:
Fair enough, those dinosaurs would eventually start ripping the heads off of God’s children, but that didn’t come until after The Fall. Before that time, nothing but coconut cracking.
But here’s where we come to another part of the “Dinosaurs!” zoo exhibit that is deficient. Absolutely none of the dinosaurs pictured have a saddle on it’s back, even though it’s well known
by brainwashed children and adults who prey on them that humans rode on their backs like horses.
Once again, from “Dinosaurs of Eden,” here is a common sight from the olden days, a camel and dinosaur caravan through the desert:
And here’s an Eskimo about to cross over the Arctic glaciers onto another continent, who couldn’t have done so without the help of his cold-blooded friend:
But eventually humans got tired of domesticating these beasts, and they were all wiped out by jungle people throwing spears:
Now THAT is history, my friends.
Unfortunately, as Ken Ham so eloquently puts it, these folks at the Louisville Zoo are only presenting their heathen view of history because they hate God, and this is their way of lashing out against him with their “millions of years” mumbo jumbo.
That’s not how we do it in Kentucky, where tourist attractions featuring saddled, tame dinosaurs crowding into a giant boat receive a full-throated endorsement by the governor, and up to $43 million in possible tax breaks.
We can only hope that the Louisville Zoo is flooded with calls and letters by outraged parents, demanding that they change their exhibits to omit “millions of years” and add a saddle to the T-Rex robot.
Kentucky deserves no less.
(P.S. — We’ll have much more to come from this book soon, including dragons — both the domesticated pet and menacing terror kind — and…. well, a lot. Stay tuned)