I was recently reading over the Louisiana science standards, adopted this past March.
“Researchers at MIT have found evidence confirming what many educators and science advocates have feared.” Oh, really?
Sarah Chaffee spoke to AF proponents in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Writing at the slick science magazine Nautilus, Brian Gallagher demonstrates yet again that there is no accountability when criticizing ID is on the agenda.
On the evolution controversy, Mike Klymkowsky would likely benefit from more study himself.
The reporter’s credibility really dissolves when she turns, inevitably, to the Dover case.
It’s strange to speak of “acceptance” of a scientific theory, as if it were something very different, like a religious doctrine.
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.
Shala Barczewska’s book is fair because it offers critiques of both evolution lobbyists and ID proponents and other Darwin-skeptics.