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Creationism in schools

Posted in improbable science by Skepdude on September 12, 2008

There has been something of a rumpus in the media today when the education secretary of the Royal Society, Michael Reiss, appeared to endorse the teaching of creationism on science classes,  The BBC’s report was only too typical.

“Call for creationism in science”

“Creationism should be discussed in school science lessons, rather than excluded, says the director  of education at the Royal Society.”

After lunch today the email below was sent out to Fellows

READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY AT “DC’S IMPROBABLE SCIENCE”

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  1. arthuriandaily said, on September 8, 2011 at 8:21 AM

    Virgin Birth taught as scientific fact in public schools:

    http://arthuriandaily.wordpress.com/2011/09/04/scientific-proof-of-the-virgin-birth/


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