Young earth creationist Kent Hovind sure thinks so. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1410330225420430733 This is a "debate" between Michael Shermer, director of the skeptic society, and Kent Hovind, creationist extraordinaire. This was quite entertaining, not only because Hovind asserted that Shermer worked for Satan. Although debating creationists is just as much of a "debate" as hunting dairy cows with a high-powered rifle and scope is hunting, this is just sad. Some more glaring and quite amusing errors made by Hovind includes - Asserting that evolutionary biology implies moral nihilism. - Asserting that a world-wide flood can produce the geological column and fossils. - Asserting that flood geology is compatible with oil and coal deposits. - Asserting that the flood produced grand canyon and at the same time asserting that the strata layers seen is also produced by the flood, which is contradictory. - Asserting that a world-wide flood can produce petrified trees. - Asserting that evolution is a religion. - Asserting that abiogenesis is spontaneous generation in the Pasteur sense of the word. - Asserting that nuclear fusion has never been observed. - Asserting that evolution is the dumbest and most dangerous idea in the history of the world. - Asserting that the big bang and planetary formation leads to Hitler and Marxism, the rejection of logic and abortion (and hell if you do not trust Christ). - Asserting that evolution claims that a dog came from a rock. - Asserting that evolution is a dying religion surviving on your tax dollars. - Asserting that evolution is anti-science. I especially liked this line from Hovind. "Michael Shermer is the editor of skeptic magazine. He is absolutely correct to be skeptical of some of the dumb things people believe out there. There are some weirdos in this world folks".