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December 22, 2005

South Caroline Senator pushes for real science education

From the Charlotte Observer...

A S.C. senator wants to change state science standards to ensure that public school students learn about evolution with a critical eye.

Sen. Mike Fair, R-Greenville has proposed legislation calling for curriculum to "help students to understand the full range of scientific views that exist" and this month led state Education Oversight Committee members in challenging the wording of four lines of biology standards....

... Encouraging students to question evolution doesn't translate to teaching creationism, the biblical story of how life originated, in schools, Fair said. Instead, he wants students to be aware that while facts support evolution in some instances, there are still gaps the theory can't explain.

"Children have been spoon-fed Darwinism without much criticism," Fair said. "Much of it is theoretical at best and is an unfounded hypothesis that can be through science shown that it is wrong. We're defining truth in the science class, and we run a great risk in science to call something truth that we can't observe or test."

Unfortunately the zealots in the religion of Evolution have absolutely no interest in truth or real science. They want their religion preach to government school children and free access to taxpayer money to spread their religion further.

Posted by Danny Carlton at December 22, 2005 05:29 AM

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By the way, are you the only nutbag who uses the phrase "religion of evolution" or are there others?

I assume you've never had an original thought, based on your posts, so I was wondering if you could give us some sites to where you picked up this up moronic phrase.

Posted by: grumpy old fart at December 22, 2005 09:40 AM

Haven't we already debunked this one Danny?

Posted by: Rich at December 22, 2005 12:53 PM

I'm the only one...and I'm not original. Thus is the logic of the typical Evolutionist zealot.

And Rich, you've debunked nothing.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at December 22, 2005 05:30 PM

Danny - another poster gave the definition of "religion" and it was cleary incongruent with "evolution". Please stop being dishonest. If you say something as fact, please be able to support it, or retract it.

Posted by: Rich at December 22, 2005 06:18 PM

That's good coming from an Evolutionist. You can never seem to bother with facts when spouting your religious dogma.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at December 23, 2005 07:33 AM

Its Pathetic how you keep trying to throw "religious dogma" around, because plainly it isn't - but you'd like it to be for teh sake of argument. If I've said anything you feel I haven't supported well enough, I'll try and find some references for you.

And you might want revist the definition of 'religion'.

All that being said, Happy Christmas to you and yours.

Posted by: Rich at December 23, 2005 09:45 AM

Part of the dogma of your religion is to adamantly and closed-mindedly deny it is a religion. The lengths you go to to maintain this are amazing. Your abandon logic and claim to embrace science. Yet what you call science is really blind faith in your religion.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at December 23, 2005 04:15 PM

No Danny, using the common definition of “religion” we’ve shown Neo-Darwinism doesn’t fulfill the criteria to be a religion and that you are a lair.

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Danny: “Hot Dogs are a Religion”

Rich, no they’re not, they’re food. They have no deity, places of worship, moral code, scripture, etc…

Danny “Part of the dogma of your religion is to adamantly and closed-mindedly deny it is a religion. The lengths you go to to maintain this are amazing. Your abandon logic and claim to embrace science. Yet what you call food is really blind faith in your religion.”

Rich: Uh-huh.

Posted by: Rich at December 23, 2005 05:59 PM

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