The latest creationist scam, though, oddly, the Discovery [sic] Institute doesn't seem to be directly involved.
UPDATE: A philosophy graduate student writes:
I actually showed the promotional video of that Creationist scheme to my logic students this week, because it was so densely packed with fallacies. By my count, in that segment, he employs at least these popular ones: guilt by association (Hitler, etc.), virtue by association (by appealing to renowned scientists as somehow on their side), ad hominem (twice), straw man, and some illustration of how a person loses credibility by so bizarrely characterizing the view opposed to his.
To do all that in 100 seconds or so is, in some perverse way, real talent.