Jonathan Goode (grade 7) applied findings from many fields of science to support his conclusion that God designed women for homemaking: physics shows that women have a lower center of gravity than men, making them more suited to carrying groceries and laundry baskets; biology shows that women were designed to carry un-born babies in their wombs and to feed born babies milk, making them the natural choice for child rearing; social sciences show that the wages for women workers are lower than for normal workers, meaning that they are unable to work as well and thus earn equal pay; and exegetics shows that God created Eve as a companion for Adam, not as a co-worker.
Do you remember the passage in Genesis when Adam asks Eve whether she really paid for that basket of apples from the local Wisdom Tree Quickie Mart? Well now we have some empirical data to back the biblikal view of thangs! Brilliant research, covering all the humanities, whether it be biology, or exegetics! Of course, by showing our appreciation for the 2nd prize winner and these new creationist insights into the purposes of the female physique, we shouldn't belittle other ground-breaking research, such as the discovery of sweet little Patricia who proved that wet charcoal briquettes don't come to life in three weeks (I guess that pretty well disproves Aristotles theory of autogenesis!)
So all of ya, put down those old Darwinian tracts you keep readin' and head on over to the Creationist Science Fair! For those who can't squeeze time away from your pagan rituals, you might want to get the documentary of a team of scientists who demonstrate that dinosaurs are just a few thousand years old. (Come to think of it, I think I do remember an Old Testament passage talking about how Noah had one hell of a time trying to get that pair of Allosaurs and T-Rexes on the ark.)
Also check out the Xtian application of Game Theory to Pascal's Wager. If God doesn't exist, the Xtian get infinity minus 1 whereas the athiest gets 1 minus infinity. (Please don't ask me to explain this. If I think about this again, I think my head will explode.)