Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Ken Ham on Jeopardy

Alex Trebek: And now the Final Jeopardy category, Geology.  Place your wagers contestants. We’ll be right back after this message.


Alex Trebek: Alright contestants, it’s time for your Final Jeopardy answer. [DING] This popular geological area located in the United States and extensively photographed by Ansel Adams began its formation 25 million years ago with the uplifting of lowlands and then began being carved out by glacial activity about 2 to 3 million years ago. Good luck players!

[Jeopardy Ditty Music]

Alex Trebek: The clue about Ansel Adams was a key to this one. Our contestant with the lowest total is Ken Ham. Ken, what did you say?

Ken Ham’s Answer Card: What is Nowhere?

Alex Trebek: No, I’m sorry. That’s incorrect. How much did you wager?

Ken Ham: Wait a minute. That was a trick question. The Earth was formed by God just 6000 years ago, so no such place exists that formed millions of years ago.

Alex Trebek: That’s not what our researchers concluded.

Ken Ham: Well, then, your researchers are trying to undermine the authority of Scripture. God was there when he created the Earth and he gives us eyewitness testimony that the Earth is only 6000 years old.

Alex Trebek: We have to base our answers on the prevailing scientific wisdom of the day. Sorry!

Ken Ham: But the Earth is only 6000 years old, I tell you. Repent. All of you!

Alex Trebek: Security! Can you escort this man out of the studio?

Ken Ham (while being escorting out): But you’re wrong! The scientists are all atheists! They don’t know what they are talking about!

Donald Trump (from the audience): That’s it! Throw the bum out in the cold. Don’t even give him his coat back.

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