The Creation Museum in Kentucky is slated to open in late May 2007.
Welcome to the Creation Museum in Kentucky, where vegetarian dinosaurs play with human children and 60 million years in their evolutionary age just disappears.
On a rocky ledge, there is a pair of small theropods—young T. rexes we’re told. And near to them (“Hold onto your hat,” says Ken, anticipating our disbelief) there are two human children playing by a stream.
Most geologists would say humans and dinosaurs were separated by more than 60 million years.
And those dinosaurs have very sharp teeth!
“So do bears,” says Ken. “But they eat nuts and berries! Remember, before the sin of Adam, the world was perfect. All creatures were vegetarian.” One of the dinosaurs lets out a rather contradictory roar.