Teachers still in discord over creationism vs. evolution
Many high school teachers are failing to teach their students evolution, widening the learning gap between high school and college biology, an Ohio State professor says.
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“What, me worry?”
Since: Mar 09
I'm a racist caricature!
#1 Feb 24, 2011
Holy crap. The stupid in the comments is mind-numbing.
“Leave That Thing Alone!”
Since: Nov 07
#2 Feb 24, 2011
No kidding. The first comment started right off with an "I'm a scientist" claim then went right into showing that claim to be misleading at best
“Pissing people off since 1949”
Since: Apr 08
#3 Feb 24, 2011
"As a Christian and a scientist, I believe that intelligent design and evolution need not be considered mutually exclusive theories. There are gaps in the theory of evolution, and it is reasonable to point them out. It should be made clear in science class that this theory is just one view of cosmogony. Intelligent design is another. I think it is fair for teachers to be able to mention both as long as they are presenting the scientific facts and theories without bias. It is unfair to say teachers can't even mention the theory of intelligent design, which is another valid world view based on different evidence than evolution."
What different evidence would that be? Made up bullshit?
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