Isn't a contested patent that is found to be invalid "public domain" by definition?
And if the lawsuit failed because the company in question solved the problem in a different fashion, then why would the patent go into the public domain? It may still be valid.
Science is questionable when the science actually proves a young earth instead of an old one.
Science is questionable when political votes are taken to decide things like the death of the dinosaurs or the Oort Cloud, instead of additional evidence.
Science is questionable when people's repeatable experiments are excluded from the conversation because of who they are rather than the repeatability and quality of the experiments themselves.
Nice try. Thanks for playing. But instead of straw men that they don't actually believe in, here is their own statement of their top 10 beliefs about creation:
In that case, you should be happy that creationists are questioning everything. In fact, it sounds like you would favor any repeatable scientific experiments they can perform should be taught in school.