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An Atheist Responds to Creationist Ken Ham’s Silly Tweets

YouTuber Alex J. O'Connor (a.k.a. CosmicSkeptic) responded to a variety of tweets by Creationist Ken Ham.It takes him more than 140 characters each... but I'll let it slide.
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