I found this video to be alternately hilarious and scarily ignorant. This young creationist manages to be both incredibly smug and ignorant at the same time. Funny to think that I was raised to believe in young-earth creationism, and was taught creationism in (Christian) school. What was Charles Darwin’s quote on this again? Oh yeah: “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge”. I’m not even going to bother debunking it because it’s such a train-wreck.
Not surprisingly, he filters all the comments and has shut off ratings after getting 5 positive ratings. Someone else reposted the same video under a slightly different name, and the comments are much more critical and score is much, much lower. It’s very obvious that he’s doing lots of manipulative games with comments and ratings.
Regarding the “giants” shown in the video (beginning around minute 7) that supposedly provide support for the Bible (or Koran): I looked up some information on these “giants”, simply because I’d never seen images like that before and was curious about them.
Another giant photograph is from 1895 and the “fossilized giant” disappeared shortly after the photograph was taken (and was probably a hoax like a similar “fossilized human” that was actually carved out of stone).
And another skull in the video was weirdly elongated, but was actually not much larger than a normal human skull, despite the “giant” claim. The unusual head shape was probably caused by head binding – which has been practiced in multiple places around the world.
The games he’s playing with these “giant human” fossils reminds me a lot of the creationist movement in general – there are lots of supposedly amazing “proofs” that immediately fall apart with a little bit of digging. It’s amazing how ridiculously poorly researched a lot of creationist material is. Most people never do any digging, though, and they end up getting caught up in these hoaxes.