I taught 4-6th grade science for some years in private school. At the beginning of the text there was always a disclaimer in small print: "Some of the subject matter in this book is presented as theory and not fact." Nothing clearly indicated the imaginative nature of the theories I was introducing to my students but the small disclaimer.
When I saw my very young students, who had faith in me, accept the teaching as fact because there were no alternative theories to offer them I felt disturbed. At an age where they are very keen to know the truths about life, I sometimes felt like a puppet strung up for them by the suppressing forces of the dark age of modern science.
I was well entertained by Mr St Claire's rendering of a fierce courtroom battle with modern cosmology. It is both a delight to read and an out of the box education you can really chew on. He states, "The general public likes stories, with long brush strokes and bold figures." so whether it's Eve eating the forbidden apple or a gallery of unknown random chemicals exploding with a bang, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
And I'd really have to say a creator of any status deserves more credit than a wimp who shows up with molecules for show and tell.