There are approximately 250 people joining the horde of atheists at the Creation Museum next week.
Perhaps one of them would like to create a Secular Audio Tour Guide of the museum?
Mark makes a fantastic suggestion:
From this trip, it should be possible to make a well documented guide that corresponds to a map of the museum. At each display, each sign, the announcer can explain why (or not) an exhibit is wrong, and how we know it is wrong. Perhaps an expert could be interviewed to explain the reasoning. Perhaps the explanation of each exhibit could be the voice of a different expert that attended this trip.
Once compiled, and added to a map of the museum, the MP3 would be made available for download to anyone who planned a future Creation Museum trip. A future secular visitor could accompany religious family on the trip, listen to real science, and still enjoy him or herself while friends and family praise the Lord.
Surely, enough people in the group have the scientific knowledge needed to pull this off. Others will have the tech savvy. Is anyone willing to offer help on this project?
(via The Calladus Blog)