"The fourth foundational falsehood of Creationism" was uploaded on December 25, 2007 by AronRa to YouTube, because he wanted to explain empirical inquiry as a rational alternative to the false propaganda propagated by faith.
Every religion claims to believe as they do because of reason, education, or intelligence given by their god in revelation. But whether they admit it or not, all of them are assuming their preferred conclusions on faith, and this would still be true even if all of their gods exist. Believe as hard as you want to. But convincing yourself however firmly still can’t change the reality of things. Seeing is believing. But seeing isn’t knowing. Believing isn’t knowing. Subjective convictions are meaningless in science, and eyewitness testimony is the least reliable form of evidence.
AronRa, a popular atheist and evolutionist on the Internet, gave a speech in Tulsa, Oklahoma on July 30, 2011 at the Oklahoma Freethought Convention known as FreeOK 2011.
AronRaoften speaks at Freethought conventions, and warns of the dangers caused by religious extremism.
He is an advocate for rationalism in science classrooms who learned the fundamentals of Evolution, and became an activist opposed to the regressive efforts of the Religious Right.