Wow. Just wow.
Every now and again Conservapedia, usually in the form of Andrew Schlafly, dishes up something so stupid and so monumentally insane, that I actually struggle to find words to comment on it.
Such is this example, from Conservapedia’s wacky article on “Biblical Scientific Foreknowledge,” in which Andy ventures forth to prove that the Bible knew all about quantum mechanics. It’s so stupid, I can’t even comment. I’ll just leave Andy to speak for himself:
The second chapter of the Gospel of John describes the conversion of water into wine by Jesus at a wedding reception. Intuitively one would expect the conversion to occur before anyone tasted the drink. But under quantum mechanics, it is not until observation that matter acquires a definite state. John 2:9 describes this precisely as required by quantum mechanics, and the KJV misses this subtle issue of timing in the conversion.