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    Sarah Palin Homeschooled Children for Intellectual Diversity Comparative Modeling Academic Integrity by Critical Thinking Approach to Earth and Human History Darwinism far from Proven Geology Portrays Sediment Stacking Rapid Fossil Entombments Sarah Palin Thinks Alternative Analysis is Intellectually Productive in the Classroom for Liberal Education

    I read a reference to an Anchorage, Alaska, news article, an interview back in 2006 with republican vp selection Sarah Palin, about her belief that the earth and universe were created.  The article said that she picked up a rock with a fossil clam in it, and said “my grandfather used to show me these, and ask, how old do you think this is?”  The article didn’t report what her response would now be, but the inference is that she does not believe that the earth and universe are billions of years of age, that primordial ooze morphed into bugs, then fish, then dinosaurs, then rats, then tree shrews, then monkeys, then humans, over hundreds of millions of years, and so, feels that there are possibly other explanations about our origins, with much evidence actually for such, to be compared to the secular darwinist’s arguably false interpretations of the same evidence.

    Sarah Palin may or may not be a young earth creationist, I suppose we’ll soon find out, and if she is, it’s because there are a plethora of evidences, also in the global geologic record, revealing catastrophic sedimentation in most of the geologic column, worldwide destruction indicated, not so long ago, with the mountain ranges having risen at the close of the Deluge, detailed in the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!, so check-it-out, and consider the absurdity of the notion that goo supposedly morphed into you.

    So when it’s all said and done, most rational folks will admit there is more than one way to look at ancient history, which Sarah Palin would allow for teaching, to compare the merits of the various models vis-a-vis the known evidences; that’s intellectual honesty and open inquiry, good to hone kids’ critical thinking skills, but certainly a threat to the monopoly of darwinistic teachings in the schools.

    And if you’d like to know how the ancient Egyptians surveyed the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza by the rate of the apparent movement of the stars because of the wobble of the earth’s axis, then checkout article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, deduced by a creationist, from open and honest intellectual inquiry, springboarding off the work of Ralph Ellis, Graham Hancock, and Crichton Miller.

    And somebody show Palin http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, good fodder to defend her belief in biblical young earth creationism, sure to be a campaign issue, easily diffused with this material.

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