Devolution: While the rest of America moves on, Kentucky continues to ...
There are 4 comments on the The Louisville Cardinal story from Aug 28, 2012, titled Devolution: While the rest of America moves on, Kentucky continues to .... In it, The Louisville Cardinal reports that:
The Kentucky Grand Ole' Party made headlines a few weeks ago when they, particularly Representative Ben Waide and Senators David Givens and Mike Wilson, expressed outrage that high school biology exams would test Kentucky students' basic understanding of the theory of evolution.
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#1 Aug 28, 2012
As long as it is stressed that evolution is still only theory I dont see the probllem. Bigfoot is a theory too.
#2 Aug 28, 2012
They don't teach big foot in schools...just sayin'
#3 Aug 28, 2012
Outrage?? I think it would be crazy to not teach it!
#4 Aug 28, 2012
I think everyone needs a lesson in what a theory actually is. A theory is a scientific hypothesis that is substantiated by evidence. There are very few true facts. There is more evidence to support evolution than to support the theory of gravity, yet people don't float out into space. I think it's a lack of understanding that is driving this entire issue.
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