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Creationists Eric Hovind Jr. and Bryan Melugin visit the Arizona Museum of Natural History.

In this four-minute video, the two grown men act like middle-schoolers for the first minute as they gawk at dinosaur skeletons and pictures of distant galaxies.

But they're not there to learn more about our amazing universe. No, they're there to sift through the "turds in the cookie dough," explaining what in the museum is true and what is not true. They do this by pointing at most placards shouting 'Not true.' Scientific rigor at its finest.

Watch them have no problem with galaxies located billions of light-years away, but turn their nose up at fossils dated millions of years old. Melugin thinks he's caught the museum in an egregious lie when he reads that Mt. Rushmore is 1.6 billion years old, and he thinks the museum is claiming that it's the presidential carvings that are that old, not the granite into which they're carved.

So two Creationists walk into a museum. I'm sure we can all figure out the punchline of that joke.
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