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Misrepresentations of the scientific evidence on evolution are everywhere.
In origin-of-life theories the term “imagine” appears quite often.
Something is wrong when a university objects to any probing of the textbook view, on evolution or in any other field.
The “participatory model” is a worthy complement to Doug Axe’s “common science.”
Austin American Statesman reporter Madlin Mekelburg could take a lesson in neutrality in reporting.
It is concerning that such stubborn ignorance of how state boards of education work, and of the purview of science standards, persists in a national magazine.
Reading an article by astrophysicist Adam Frank, I found myself resonating with his story of hope in science.
With evolutionary theory holding sway in the media and academia, it’s little wonder we rarely hear about these connections.
Vox repeats the mistake of many media sources, mischaracterizing an academic freedom law as authorizing instructors to teach creationism.