Bill Nye "The Science Guy" went to the Creation Museum to debate "is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern scientific era?" After the debate, Bill Nye came to the Last Word to discuss his faceoff with the founder of the Creation Museum, Ken Ham.
Nye said he accepted the debate challenge because the spread of creationism "frightens" him. "I don't think I'm going to win Mr. Ham over any more than Mr. Ham thinks he's going to win me over," Nye said. "Instead, I want to show people that this belief is still among us. It finds its way onto school boards in the United States."
Ham, on the other side, told TheBlaze why he challenged Nye to the debate. "I just think it's really healthy for the public to actually hear two people like this that are really polar opposites in many ways," he said, "because what you believe about who you are [and] where you came from affects your whole worldview."