In light of some recent creation/evolution sniping in the comments, I think it worth mentioning why I don’t spend much effort on creationism on this blog.
Creationism is boring.
Science is fascinating for its mysteries, and for how it resolves these mysteries by poking, prodding, and measuring the pokable, prodable, and measurable parts of the universe. Science is full of people being wrong about things, and being right about other things, and for not knowing which is which until the universe comes up and smacks them around for a bit.
That’s what I like about science. The constant, curious engagement with the world around and inside us.
Creationism is about overlaying that engagement with a simple declaration that God did it. And that’s fine, I’m not going to argue the belief. But “God Did It” doesn’t suggest any new experiments. It doesn’t explain why anything happens, or doesn’t happen. Creationism does not seek to explain how or why or where God did it, and as such it doesn’t leave those of us with an interest in nature anything of substance to talk about.