But to date, within the last 10 years, I have not found one single point that shows just "what" makes Kent Hovind looney.
Are you saying you've examined what people point to as Hovind's most loony positions and you find them rational? If so, then I can believe that, and a discussion about whether these Hovind positions are actually loony or not is a topic for another thread.
But if you're instead saying you can't find the specific Hovind positions that people think are loony, well, then you're just not looking. Watch this debate between Hovind and Shermer. During the debate Hovind provides an excellent presentation of most of his most loony positions - almost everything he says is loony. He also clearly wins the debate, so enjoy!
Normally we close a thread after 300 posts, but it seems like this Hovind case is winding down, so rather than open another thread that might only have a few posts I'm reopening this one. If other moderators feel it important to instead open a new thread I'm okay with that. --Admin