Those Wacky Creationists


The AP reports:

A one-eyed, noseless kitten that stirred debate last year over whether it was a hoax will be the centerpiece of a new museum intended to promote the theory of creationism.

John Adolfi plans to feature Cy's remains at The Lost World Museum when it opens later this year….He wrote on the museum's Web site that the theory of evolution states that "environmental pressures can lift species from the ape-like creature … to us today. My question is this. Are there really positive mutations?

"All I can see are neutral or negative," said Adolfi, a real estate agent from Granby, N.Y.

Give him credit. At least he's come up with a kooky argument of his own, rather than relying on the tried-and-true fallacies of the past. It's men like Adolfi who keep creationism interesting.

[Via Fortean Times]

Update: I take it back. Turns out this argument has been around for a while. Clearly I need to keep up on my crank literature.