A CNN story laments that some teachers and students are skeptical of climate change.
Conservatives have not “always mistrusted science,” and do not now.
The reporter’s credibility really dissolves when she turns, inevitably, to the Dover case.
I’ve noticed that misrepresentations like these are often accompanied by citations of the Darwin-lobbying group National Center for Science Education.
From the headline of the piece you might think you were reading some online tabloid.
It’s all in the spin, isn’t it? Chirping chipmunks – sorry, prairie dogs – knock down the “the last bastion encircling human exceptionalism.”
The launch of the new Brazilian research center on ID is already bearing some welcome and very interesting fruit.
When establishment pillars like these finally get fed up and speak out against the weaponizing of science rhetoric, that’s a welcome and very healthy sign.
Earlier today, Dr. Axe made a telling point against Dr. Fox of Southampton University.
Nye is big on praising diversity. But when it comes to a diversity of viewpoints on evolution, the façade of broadmindedness drops.