I watched the whole thing live and I have to say it fell flat. I figured Ken Ham would be unable to make a coherent argument, and he didn’t disappoint. Nye did make a good argument, but not a terribly persuasive one. You could tell Nye was a little out of his element (I’m an engineer, not a politician Jim!). The highlight of the whole thing came from a audience questionnaire card. It asked Ken Ham what, if anything, would ever change his mind. Ham nervously tried to dance around the question and then in a round-about way admitted that nothing would ever change his mind. And therein lies the biggest problem with debating someone like Ham. The only way you can remedy a person so closed minded is to pop their skull like a soda can. This goes for atheists as well as theists. If you aren’t willing to entertain other possibilities, then you aren’t worth my time, consideration, or humanity.