Yesterday's Google Doodle apparently annoyed at least some Creationists. The Doodle celebrated 'Lucy' and had a picture similar to a common evolution image showing the progression from early apes to modern man. Here's an article on it, "Creationists Are Slamming the Google Doodle for Celebrating Lucy the Australopithecus" Creationists can get pretty foul-mouthed on the Internet, can't they?
What I did find funny is just before I saw this article, I saw this on Facebook:
For example one poster keeps using the "Law of Biogenesis' as an anti-evolution argument. When pressed he falls back on his religious beliefs and Sunday School teachings, but if you push even more he digs in his heels and repeats his personal mantra about the Law of Biogenesis . . . which doesn't even apply to the conversation. Here is his latest post:
"Well, human from non-human evolution is still unobserved, no one still knows what biologically occurred to make a non-human now human, no one currently has an observation showing the origin of the genders, no ones still has an observation showing a naturalistic origin of life, still no violation to the law of biogenesis which is demanded if GOD doesn't exist, and no one has ever shown that if there is no GOD and the Universe has no meaning, then how are we able to know it has no meaning?....and still no explanation to a naturalistic origin to human consciousness....etc...etc...e tc...The Topix conversation started in 2009 and has over 148,000 comments. This particular poster has been posting the same sort of comments for years! He will never change because he is convinced evolution violates his religious beliefs! You almost feel sorry for him. I don't! It's one thing to be ignorant of science, it's another thing to be willfully ignorant! He made his choice and I rarely offer pity for people who refuse to become educated on the subject.
Human from non-human evolution....what liberal bull shit. " (Topix conversion 'It's the Darwin crowd that lacks the facts in evolution debate')