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Date: Sun Feb 16 02:33:51 MST 2014
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Feb. 4, 2014: Creation Museum head Ken Ham, right, speaks during a debate on evolution with TV's "Science Guy" Bill Nye, at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.AP Photo/The Courier-Journal, Matt StoneFeb. 4, 2014: TV's "Science Guy" Bill Nye stand speaks during a debate on evolution with Creation Museum head Ken Ham at the Petersburg, Ky. museum.AP Photo/Dylan LovanFeb. 4, 2014: Creation Museum head Ken Ham speaks during a debate on evolution with TV's "Science Guy" Bill Nye, not shown, at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.AP Photo/The Courier-Journal, Matt StonePETERSBURG, Ky. True to his passionate and animated TV persona, "Science Guy" Bill Nye tapped on the podium, threw up his hands and noted that science shows the Earth is "billions and billions" of years old in a debate at a Kentucky museum known for teaching that the planet's age is only 6,000.Nye was debating Creation Museum founder Ken Ham and promoting science in the snappy way that made him a pop culture staple as host of "Bill Nye The Science Guy" in the 1990s.The event was meant to explore the age old question, "How did we get here?" from the perspectives of faith and science.Ham, an Australian native who has built a thriving ministry in Kentucky, said he trusts the story of creation presented by the Bible."The Bible is the word of God," Ham said. "I admit that's where I start from."- Ken Ham, founder of the Creation MuseumNye delivered a passionate speech on scie BUENOS AIRES, Argentina Argentina's security secretary says seven first-responders were killed battling a fire that destroyed an archive of bank documents.The fire at the Iron Mountain warehouse took hours to control and the sprawling building appears to be ruined despite the arrival of at least 10 squads of firefighters Wednesday.Security Secretary Sergio Berni says the dead include five firefighters and two civil defense workers who were killed when a wall of the building collapsed on top of them.National civil defense director Alberto Crescienti says nine others were hospitalized with serious injuries.Buenos Aires civil defense director Guillermo Montenegro says the archives contained banking documents.The cause of the blaze isn't immediately clear. Iron Mountain advertises that its facilities have multiple protections against fire.