Creationist contributions to science

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Creationist contributions to science include the biological work of Linnaeus (classification system), Pasteur (germ theory), and Mendel (genetics). Young-earth creationists who contributed to astronomy include Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Newton. Continental drift was first proposed in 1859 by the French geographer and creationist Antonio Snider-Pellegrini.

Creation science contrasted with evolutionary pseudoscience

Unlike evolutionists, creation scientists have a satisfactory overall model when it comes origins science. The evolutionary paradigm is rife with pseudoscience, deception, contradictory notions, doubletalk, empty promises, atheistic wishful thinking and hoaxes (see: Evolution, Liberalism, Atheism, and Irrationality).

In addition, evolutionism is often promoted by liberal cowards (see: Creation scientists tend to win the creation vs. evolution debates and Atheism and cowardice).

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