To provide a fun, educational environment where all people can experience the truth in scientific and historical information. This information is expressed without the common evolutionary presuppositions found in most museums, school text books, and scientific journals. The evidence is presented and theories proposed based on the evidence. If a theory contradicts the evidence the theory is discarded, not the evidence.
What is the truth? Is there a truth that is always correct, never changes, is not relative? According to evolutionary science the age of the earth and the universe has changed many times. Currently it is estimated around 15 billions years, plus or minus 2 billion. The timeframe when dinosaurs roamed the earth likewise has changed many times. Dating techniques of rocks and carbon based materials (dead things) change and are refined, attempting to provide improved estimates. Truth is claimed but not actual as the understanding of the evidence changes. Nevertheless, it is claimed to be truth.
The natural world, the universe and biological life contain a wealth of scientific and historical data. The problem with any data is that the data needs to be interpreted. What theories can be extracted from this data? Do the theories correspond to the data? Is there additoinal data which the theories contradict? Are the theories told for what they truly are? Different experts from various fields of science interpret the data based on their own presuppositions (not truth but a held belief). Believers of evolution interpret data based on uniformitarianism. This means they believe the universe has come to the state it is currently by a long series of very slowly working random events. Others interpret the data based on a creation about 6,000 years ago followed by global, catastrophic flood about 4,500 years ago.
This museum presents and explores the data, the raw evidence, the truth, in such a way that visitors can see the evidence clearly, understand differing interpretations, and draw their own conclusions from the evidence and theories.