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This site is a source of pseudoscience (creationism), driven by a religious agenda. This site should also be avoided at all costs since it compiles browser history of any viewer, thus is very unsafe to view: See: ***** *****
Great site, it might be religious rubbish but its still interesting and that old book is called the bible nimwits.
The site provides no evidence for any of its claims. it is also extremely biased toward a religeon. Use the site if you want, but if you want the truth, don't look here.
Religious website, biblical literalism, stay away if you want facts.
On its homepage, this website states:"Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively."Makes you wonder why it then proceeds with bashing well-established science. Would have given it a better rating if it admitted being satirical.  This stuff is so ridiculous it's funny.
Can't tell whether this is real or some sort of parody.
Great resource! Many are downvoting this because it calls their beliefs into question. However, there is nothing malicious about this site
Homophobia, science denial and all-round money-grubbing stupidity. Excellent entertainment value as long as you don't pay for anything.Keep away from children, minorities, the psychologically fragile and people who get annoyed at unredeemable fuckwits.
I do have some issues with the totality of the site but I like and understand their views that are different from mine. They are honest and trustworthy.
This site should be banned. Contains false claims, hatespeech. Just a quote from the site about the age of dinosaurs: "According to evolutionists, the dinosaurs “ruled the Earth” for 140 million years, dying out about 65 million years ago. However, scientists do not dig up anything labeled with those ages. They only uncover dead dinosaurs (i.e., their bones), and their bones do not have labels attached telling how old they are." Source "When Did Dinosaurs Live?":
Gamed the SEO - Search Engine Optimization. This is a lying, cheating false answer to the question, 'What happened to the dinosaurs'. If you are using the technology to view this, you should be beholden to the scientifically demonstrated truth, not authoritarian religious doctrine.
Answers in genesis is a creationist thinktank which spreads misleading propaganda in favour of their ideology/religion. Teaches children that they are in danger of being sent to hell, which is gruesome and not appropriate for a young audience.
Site makes spurious and even incorrect claims about factual and science-based information. It purports to give evidence from the Christian Bible to show that the observations, facts and scientific inferences are wrong. For instance: "Dinosaurs are used more than almost anything else to indoctrinate children and adults in the idea of millions of years of earth history. However, the Bible gives us a framework for explaining dinosaurs in terms of thousands of years of history, including the mystery of when they lived and what happened to them." The ethics of claiming that observation and evidence are trumped by a vague interpretation of the Christian Bible are questionable. Clearly, this is not a site that young, impressionable children should be exposed to.
Not suitable for children, it fills their minds with fairy tales and superstitious nonsense.
This site presents religious answers to scientific questions. It is dangerous for children to read incorrect of fallacious information presented as fact or truth. For example, the vast preponderance of evidence is that dinosaurs became extinct around 100,000,000 years ago -- NOT in the past 6,000 years.
This site promotes misinformation. It would be irresponsible to let your children get any information here.
Search engine manipulation (cf. ***** Promotion of superstitious beliefs.
While the site itself is - to the best of my knowledge - safe for your computer, it is most certainly not safe for your brain. 98% of what they say is horsehockey trying to disguise the bible as science.
This site contains claims purely based off the reading of a book which is extremely debatable on its trustworthiness. They openly admit to denying evidence contradicting it. I do not trust this website, not because of risk of malware, but the content itself.
There are many haters who disbelieve what God said. Let the truth be known, for God can prove Himself in the end. The only controversy is caused by disbelieving men who are passionate about dismantling that which God has established. Not even those who say they belong to God agree on these matters. As for me and my house, I will serve the Lord and the Lord only. You may hate me or hate God, but you cannot disprove Him with valid arguments. Try as you may, you will fail.
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