UPDATE/NOTE - Add your comment in the "occupation" box. There's a glitch with iPetitions regarding this issue. I've contacted them, but apparently this bug cannot be fixed.
The park is associated with Answers in Genesis, which runs the Creation Museum in Boone County. The basis of the Creation Museum is that the Earth is only 6,000 years old. The Ark Park will be an extension of this pseudoscience.
Please help us spread the word far and wide that the citizens of Kentucky do NOT approve of using state tax incentives to promote religious pseudoscience!
This will be delivered to state government officials once a significant number is reached.
Kentuckians for Science Education
Joe E. Winstead
Retired Professor of Biology (Emeritus) at Western Kentucky University, Former Chair of Biology and Environmental Science at Morehead State Univ. and Dean, College of Science and Technology at Southern Arkansas University.
Joe E. Winstead1 week ago Occupation : Retired Professor of Biology (Emeritus) at Western Kentucky University, Former Chair of Biology and Environmental Science at Morehead State Univ. and Dean, College of Science and Technology at Southern Arkansas University.
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Marc Beck3 weeks ago Occupation : student
Location : KY
Comments: Don't waste tax money on nonsense like this.
Brett Spear3 weeks ago Occupation : Scientist
Location : Lexington, KY
Comments: The state should not support religion-based initiatives that promote non-scientific views of science.