Essay: PZ Myers embarrasses himself at the Creation Museum

From Conservapedia

Jump to: navigation, search
Perhaps if the atheist PZ Myers drank more Slimfast and less beer, he would have had a trimmer figure in this picture.

PZ Myers appears to have a problem with intellectual slothfulness[1] and perhaps his slothfulness applies to his "exercise habits" as well. As of December 26, 2010, Conservapedia is not aware of PZ Myers endorsing any exercise equipment.

(photo obtained from Flickr, see license agreement)

The overweight atheist and evolutionist PZ Myers being assisted on and off the triceratops at the Creation Museum can be seen HERE

If PZ Myers were thinner and sprier, he would have needed no assistance! Evidently, the atheist and evolutionist community is quite aware that PZ Myers is fat and out of shape!

The creationist Ken Ham, who is a big believer in medical science and exercise science and is much thinner than PZ Myers, climbs up and down the triceratops at the Creation Museum all by himself!

On the other hand, PZ Myers' laborious ascent and descent of the triceratops at the Creation Museum did scientifically prove once and for all that modern pigs cannot fly!

Question: What is the difference between PZ Myers and a cephalopod?

Answer: Cephalopods are able to move fast. They are able to fly distances of up to 50 meters.

Contents

PZ Myers and health issues

A 2009 picture of a significantly overweight PZ Myers can be found HERE. A 2010 picture taken in Australia shows PZ Myers drinking ale/beer and he had excess weight in his abdominal area.[2] In 2010, PZ Myers had health problems related to his heart.[3] In addition, medical science research indicates that excess weight impairs brain function.[4][5] Given PZ Myers' biological training and the wide dissemination of the health effects of being overweight in terms of cardiovascular health and brain function, it is unfortunate that preventative medicine was not used in greater measure in terms of his health.[6][7][8] PZ Myers' inattention to diligently implementing the recommendations of nutritional science, exercise science, and medical science is not entirely surprising given his vehement advocacy of evolutionary pseudoscience. There have been a number of notable evolutionists who have been overweight.

PZ Myers, supper is on the table! Sooie!

Christian apologist Vox Day commentary on a picture of PZ Myers with his fans

In 2011, Christian apologist Vox Day had an individual complain about the notion that the atheist community has a problem with obesity (please see Atheism and obesity). As a result, on May 19, 2011, Vox Day released a blog post entitled Mailvox: now, who said atheists are fat? where 80% of the people taking a picture with PZ Myers were overweight and PZ Myers was overweight in the picture as well as can be seen HERE. The picture was originally posted on PZ Myer's blog Pharyngula by Myers on May 16, 2011 and an online argument quickly ensued concerning the appearance of the photograph's participants.[9] Please also see: Atheism and obesity

Humorous question of the day

How does PZ Myers know its dinner time?

Answer: His wife yells out Sooie!

Myers and the Obese Olympics triceratops climbing event

PZ Myers believes the Olympics unfairly discriminates against obese people. As a result, he has started the "Obese Olympics". Myers plans on representing America in the triceratops climbing event.

Many believe Myers launched the Obese Olympics because he kept on being bested by Ken Ham in triceratops climbing and Ham refused to give allow handicap scoring or allow team triceratops climbing which allows team members to give obese contestants assistance.

YouTube comments at video of PZ Myers climbing on top of the triceratops at the Creation Museum

"My grandfather could climb that, and he's 70. Perhaps it's just because PZ doesn't work out and is a bit chubby. Maybe he just doesn't work out because he is so busy indoctrinating little children with that 'evolution' theory. Yes, that must be it." - SpeX7X, 2011 [10]

"From Conservapedia: "The creationist Ken Ham, who is a big believer in medical science and exercise science and is much thinner than PZ Myers, climbs up and down the triceratops at the Creation Museum all by himself!" LOL! Who says creationists don't have a sense of humor?" - Terry Morris, 2010[11]

"PZ looks so ungainly on the dinosaur....lol - theunraveler, 2010[12]

"Nice PZ. You're making atheists look bad by ignoring the sign for 12 and under only and doing what you want to poke at an opposing view. Atheists are supposed to compromise their morality just to make a point. There's other ways to make a point." - MusicMonk84, 2009 [13]

Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

See also: Atheism and obesity and Atheism and Mental and Physical Health

Since World War II a majority of the most prominent and vocal defenders of the evolutionary position which employs methodological naturalism have been atheists.[14]

A list of evolutionists who who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese can be found here:

Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

PZ Myers evolved into a pig - Part II


PZ Myers evolved into a pig - Part II - satire

The transitional animal the flying pig?

Flying pig.gif


Please notice the large wing span which according to evolutionary scientists is said to have evolved over time in order to keep the flying pig aloft. Evolutionary "scientists" are not exactly sure what the flying pig looked like and the above animated picture is believed by evolutionists to be a close facsimile.

Please see: The transitional animal the flying pig?

Do flying pigs really exist? Any evolutionist imagination involved?

Concerning pictures of the supposed ancestors of man featured in science journals and the news media, Boyce Rensberger wrote in the journal Science:

Unfortunately, the vast majority of artist's conceptions are based more on imagination than on evidence. But a handful of expert natural-history artists begin with the fossil bones of a hominid and work from there…. Much of the reconstruction, however, is guesswork. Bones say nothing about the fleshy parts of the nose, lips, or ears. Artists must create something between an ape and a human being; the older the specimen is said to be, the more apelike they make it.... Hairiness is a matter of pure conjecture.[15][16]

Pictures with captions

Ken Ham often yodels when climbing up and down the triceratops at the Creation Museum and he also yodels when engaging in mountain climbing. To the best of Conservapedia's knowledge, the corpulent PZ Myers does not engage in mountain climbing.

(photo obtained from Flickr, see license agreement)
Did PZ Myers' ascent and descent of the triceratops at the Creation Museum really prove that pigs cannot fly?

(photo obtained from Flickr, see license agreement)
The current scientific consensus is that before his recent weight loss PZ Myers ate more food per day than the ancient triceratops commonly did. That is one of the reasons why PZ Myers had some difficulty climbing up and down the triceratops at the Creation Museum. [17]

(photo obtained from Flickr, see license agreement)
Realizing the PZ Myers would probably someday visit the Creation Museum, the southern architectural team extended southern hospitality and designed the Creation Museum with extra wide doors.
machismo
If atheist Richard Dawkins finally agreed to debate Dr. William Lane Craig and a scientist at Creation Ministries International instead of making pitiful excuses, would Hispanic ladies finally believe Señor Dawkins has machismo? [18][19][20][21] Olé! Olé! Olé!

Please see: Does Richard Dawkins have machismo?

(photo obtained from Flickr, see: license agreement)
The svelte Bible believing young earth creationist Chuck Norris endorses the Total Gym exercise system and not liposuction.[22]

Physical and mental health related problems associated with being overweight and/or obese

See also: Atheism and obesity and Atheism and Mental and Physical Health

Some of the medical conditions associated with obesity include: type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and triglycerides, coronary artery disease (CAD), stroke, arthritis, cancer, sleep apnea, reproductive problems in women and varicose veins.[23][24][25][26] In addition, medical science research indicates that excess weight impairs brain function.[27]

Medical science research indicates that excess weight impairs brain function.[28]

According to the Mayo Clinic some of the symptoms associated with obesity can include:

  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Snoring
  • Sleep apnea
  • Pain in your back or joints
  • Excessive sweating
  • Always feeling hot
  • Rashes or infection in folds of your skin
  • Feeling out of breath with minor exertion
  • Daytime sleepiness or fatigue

Concerning the issue of depression, atheists do have higher rates of suicide than the general population.

See also:

Body-mass index and mortality among 1.46 million white adults

See also

External Links

Notes

  1. http://www.conservapedia.com/PZ_Myers#Militant_atheism_and_intellectual_slothfulness_of_PZ_Myers
  2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/reuvenim/4426093513/
  3. http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2010/08/thats_not_a_heart_its_a_flaili.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+scienceblogs%2Fpharyngula+%28Pharyngula%29&utm_content=Google+Reader
  4. http://pn.psychiatryonline.org/content/41/18/25.1.full
  5. http://health.usnews.com/health-news/family-health/brain-and-behavior/articles/2009/08/25/as-waistlines-widen-brains-shrink.html
  6. http://pn.psychiatryonline.org/content/41/18/25.1.full
  7. http://health.usnews.com/health-news/family-health/brain-and-behavior/articles/2009/08/25/as-waistlines-widen-brains-shrink.html
  8. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21121834
  9. http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2011/05/at_least_you_can_see_a_hint_of.php
  10. PZ Myers riding the triceratops at The Creation Museum
  11. PZ Myers riding the triceratops at The Creation Museum
  12. PZ Myers riding the triceratops at The Creation Museum
  13. PZ Myers riding the triceratops at The Creation Museum
  14. Frank Sherwin, M.A., "Human Evolution" An Update
  15. Bert Thompson, P.H.D. and Brad Harrub, P.H.D., 15 Answers to John Rennie and Scientific American's Nonsense
  16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQQl2TMrgbM
  17. http://www.quantcast.com/richarddawkins.net#demographics
  18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlnVe934u38&feature=related
  19. http://dangerousidea.blogspot.com/2007/01/dawkins-ducks-craig.html
  20. http://www.truefreethinker.com/articles/richard-dawkins-cowardly-clown
  21. http://www.totalgymdirect.com/
  22. http://www.webmd.com/diet/tc/obesity-health-risks-of-obesity
  23. http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/calltoaction/fact_consequences.htm
  24. http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/obesity
  25. http://stanfordhospital.org/clinicsmedServices/COE/surgicalServices/vascularSurgery/patientEducation/varicose.html
  26. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/obesity/DS00314/DSECTION=symptoms
Personal tools