July 30, 2005

Creationists' Periodic Table of the Elements

Filed under: Random Stuff — Bob Gifford @ 7:45 am

This jpeg was emailed to me by a friend absent any information on the originator other than the reference at the bottom to “Loren Williams Georgia Tech 2005”. After googling for a couple minutes, I tracked it down to the back cover of the latest issue of Skeptical Inquirer magazine. Loren Williams is a professor of biology and chemistry at Georgia Tech, and has published a prior version of the table on the reDiscovery Institute‘s website.

Enjoy!

creationist periodic table of the elements

15 Comments

  1. Brilliant!

    Comment by Richard Hall — July 30, 2005 @ 12:37 pm

  2. This is a great find. Thanks for posting it!

    Comment by Ann — July 30, 2005 @ 7:54 pm

  3. As a christian with a training in physics I can only say that this was fun.

    Comment by Kristofer — July 31, 2005 @ 7:30 am

  4. What does it say in the red circle with the line through it on the
    Cobb County table?

    Comment by wildwest — August 1, 2005 @ 4:48 am

  5. “Evolution
    Plate Tectonics
    Big Bang
    Reason”

    (Sorry for the low resolution.)

    Comment by Bob — August 1, 2005 @ 9:48 am

  6. Well, look at it this way; it’ll make things easier on the Cobb County kids when exam time comes along…

    Oh, and even though I’ve seen this before, I just caught the symbol for the state of Georgia with “SAT Scores 49th in the Nation”. Ouch…

    Comment by rampancy — August 1, 2005 @ 2:59 pm

  7. I love that image — but the article you had a link for was well worth reading.

    Comment by ApostleJohn — August 1, 2005 @ 5:09 pm

  8. The reDiscovery Institute is a hoot too. I particularly enjoyed this line from their mission statement: “The reDiscovery Institute fosters integration of science education with traditional Judeo-Christian principles of free market, limited government, morality, faith, property, obedience and anti-intellectualism.”

    Comment by Mel — August 3, 2005 @ 1:02 pm

  9. I know. I love that site. I wish I understood science better.
    I’d probably be laughing much harder at the humor on that site!

    Comment by wildwest — August 9, 2005 @ 7:48 am

  10. […] civil is one thing. Figuring out where to draw the line is another. I absolutely love the Periodic Chart I am a Christian Too has posted to his blog. I’m almost as jealous of that as I am of the […]

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  11. Elements of Creationism

    I am a Christian Too has posted a very funny version of the Periodic Table, as amended by Creationists. Allegedly 🙂

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  13. Actually I find the table to be only as humorous as it is disturbing. The fact that we are arguing evolution again in 17 states in the current political enviroment should bring every “moderate” Christian to sharp attention. Just my 2 cents.

    Comment by Edward Bundgireg — August 15, 2005 @ 4:21 pm

  14. Program on the emergence of civilization.

    “14 species of large animals capable of domesitcation in the history of mankind.
    13 from Europe, Asia and northern Africa.
    None from the sub-Saharan African continent. ”
    Favor.
    And disfavor.

    They point out Africans’ failed attempts to domesticate the elephant and zebra, the latter being an animal they illustrate that had utmost importance for it’s applicability in transformation from a hunting/gathering to agrarian-based civilization.

    The roots of racism are not of this earth.

    Austrailia, aboriginals:::No domesticable animals.

    The North American continent had none. Now 99% of that population is gone.

    AIDS in Africa.

    Organizational Heirarchy
    Heirarchical order, from top to bottom:

    1. MUCK – perhaps have experienced multiple universal contractions (have seen multiple big bangs), creator of the artificial intelligence humans ignorantly refer to as “god”
    2. Perhaps some mid-level alien management
    3. Mafia (evil) aliens – runs day-to-day operations here and perhaps elsewhere (“On planets where they approved evil.”)

    Terrestrial management:

    4. Chinese/egyptians – this may be separated into the eastern and western worlds
    5. Romans – they answer to the egyptians
    6. Mafia – the real-world interface that constantly turns over generationally so as to reinforce the widely-held notion of mortality
    7. Jews, corporation, women, politician – Evidence exisits to suggest mafia management over all these groups.

    Survival of the favored.

    Movies foreshadowing catastrophy
    1986 James Bond View to a Kill 1989 San Fransisco Loma Prieta earthquake.

    They can affect the weather and Hurricane Katrina was accomplished for many reasons and involves many interests, as anything this historical is::
    1. Take heat off Sheenhan/Iraq, protecting profitable war machine/private war contracts
    2. Gentrification. New Orleans median home price of $84k is among the lowest in major American cities, certainly among desirable cities.

    Journal: 10 composition books + 39 megs of text files

    Comment by Exploited — September 7, 2005 @ 5:12 pm

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