|Guess which one is Meher.|
Just watch it. It's insane, controlling and awkward like any cult.
The kittens are his heavily makeuped, botoxed, and allegedly plastic surgeried followers. He's written over 300 books on topics like creationism, which he strongly supports. His works include a monumental tome - Atlas of Creation. Although it takes an Atlas to be able to hold it up, but it can be placed at everyone's bedside and used as a deadly weapon to be hurled at anyone who attempts to break in and steal your stuff.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe - a lot who probably do not resemble the kittens very much and probably do not dance in their seats to dance music nearly enough (for shame!) - have a lot to say about his atlas.
In his numerous anti-Darwinist works, [Yahya] tries to prove the absurdity and unscientific nature of the theory of evolution, which is for him only one of Satan’s greatest deceptions. However, the pseudo-scientific method he uses in his work The Atlas of Creation cannot in any way be considered scientific. The author tries to prove the non-scientific nature of the theory of evolution by taking and challenging the evidence of evolution. He does not mention any prior questioning. Moreover, as he only compares photographs of fossils to photographs of current species he provides no scientific proof for these statements. Even better, ..., on page 60 of this work we see a superb photograph of a fossil of a perch with a claim in the caption that this fish has not evolved over millions of years. That, however, is wrong: a detailed study of the fossil and perches living today shows that, on the contrary, they have evolved a great deal. Unfortunately, Yahya’s book is full of this type of falsehood. None of the arguments in this work are based on any scientific evidence, and the book appears more like a primitive theological treatise than the scientific refutation of the theory of evolution. It may be noted that Yahya says he has the support of major scientists. They would also have to be specialists in the biology of evolution! ... By only presenting facts without any theory or proof, Harun Yahya abuses the credulity of individuals who listen to him or read his works. Moreover, as Jacques Arnoult emphasises, the BAV and Harun Yahya in Turkey, just like the American Institute for Creation Research, resort to partial, indeed erroneous, references to develop their creationist arguments. The authors do not hesitate to quote magazine articles that defend evolution but they succeed in turning the meaning round by shortening the quotations. This is nothing less than intellectual dishonesty, which is particularly harmful.This coming from the Committee of Science Education. But can they get properly jiggy? Do they move their booty quite as well on such luxurious chairs while their leader pipes cheesy dance music into the room from one of two permanently affixed Ipads on his podium? I think not.