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[Dec. 20th, 2006|09:23 pm]
Albert
A judge on the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania rules in Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District that it is unconstitutional to teach intelligent design in public school science classes in the United States.

thank goodness...

any ideas?
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[User Picture]From: telecaster59
2005-12-21 11:25 pm (UTC)
To teach creationism in schools, gives creationism (or ID) to much credit.

The idea that there is a clear choice between evolution and creationism is a silly bible-centric opinion. If you choose to reject science you can, but that does not make your opinion scientifically correct.

There is one scientific theory to explain how life got the way it is, and thats evolution. Evolution is a law, and should be treated like all other laws such as "gravity" and "electromagnetism". We do not tell students "ok here is gravity but you don't have to believe that, it might be true that jesus pushes us to the earth.

Why learn creationism and not other religious beliefs about how the world was created. Norse Legends? Greek Legends? Sciencetology? Creationism is at the same level of mythology.
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