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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Kansas Secures its Position as a Backwater State

The never-ending struggle to spread ignorance and perpetuate the bastardization of science across America continues. A Kansas School Board approves the teaching of other "theories" that doubt the Darwinian Theory of Evolution. The new standards say high school students must understand major evolutionary concepts. I don't know what constitutes a "major" evolutionary concept. I can only assume that this implies "Creationism". But for all this religious bullshit, I wonder what people think of reincarnation. Surely that's a viable option for evolution -- people are simply reincarnated into a more advanced being. Oh but wait, that's not a Christian point of view, so it's not valid.

Is anyone else concerned that the "Christ-ification" of America is driving us back in time and down the evolutionary scale? Is the world still round, or have we decided that it's back to being flat again?


  • hah! if they're going to be teaching concepts with no scientific backbone, that is - mere hogwash - than i'd prefer if that particular class session were held in the mucky pig pens that dot the plains of western Kansas. Not in a school, where facts, figures and working theories are the basis for education.

    By Blogger mrSKINNY, at 11/10/2005 11:54 PM  

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