- "No one is ever going to convince me that the word of God is not true."
- — Ken Ham proves why creationism is for simpletons.
Ham's ideas have played a prominent role in shaping Western Civilization. Many scholars quite readily accept that he is the most influential man to have ever walked this planet so far, standing on the shoulders of giants and making contributions to the betterment of mankind. It has been predicted by many people that in the future cults will be made honoring this great man. While we fully understand why anyone would want to worship this great, infinite, genius of a man, we strongly recommend that you refrain from bowing down to him - after-all, worship does not justice to the man that is Ken Ham. No other man has been able to synthesize creationist thought with cosmology, physics and biology - and virtually every other sect of science the way he has. Indeed, without Ken, this world would not be the same - and most certainly would not be a world worth living in.
The Creation Museum is every Christian fundamentalist's banana fantasy come to life. Founded by Ken Ham to
poison the minds of children teach kids and adults the creation of Gawd and how to defend his word with amazing arguments. It features exhibits with humans living peacefully alongside carnivorous dinosaurs, though some people might not see eye-to-eye with it.
The museum is located in Kentucky, however there are 166 episodes of The Flintstones available through the internet which offer the same, if not more, amount of intellectual substance.
Ken Ham was first discussed in Episode 10 where the hosts dissected all of Ken Ham's arguments in the famous debate between him and Bill Nye.
More than one year later, the hosts covered a story regarding the building of his replica of Noah's Ark in Episode 109. Sargon of Akkad humorously remarked in shock that Ham is Australian, saying that he was expecting a Southern accent.