In recent posts, I’ve considered some of the misinformation directed at students from Darwin-lobbying groups like the National Center for Science Education.
Supporters of Darwin’s theory often seek to portray those who doubt evolution as being moved by strictly religious or political motivations.
When scientists use the word “theory,” they don’t always mean a well-established idea that is supported by a broad range of evidence.
A public school science instructor recently contacted Discovery Institute about an inaccurate article from the National Center for Science Education.
Die-hard defenders of Darwin claim that there are no valid criticisms of their viewpoint and cannot publicly admit that there is any credible dissent from neo-Darwinism. At times, the NCSE has even been forced to argue that it is “possible to discredit” the Scientific Dissent from Darwinism list by referring people to a YouTube video titled, “Evaluating an antievolution petition,” created by some would-be internet critic. That’s right — in their desperation to attack the Dissent from Darwinism list, the NCSE cites to some random YouTube video. That video has some major misunderstandings about the Dissent from Darwinism list. Its creator seems to be following what Michael Behe has called the “principle of malicious reading,” which “ignores (or doesn’t comprehend) Read More ›