Thursday, July 27, 2006


A Ringling Endorsement

The American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Research Council, and the National Science Teachers Association call them "contrary to modern science."

The nonpartisan Thomas B. Fordham Institute gave them an "F" saying they make a "mockery of the very definition of science."

The Kansas Association of Teachers of Science say they violate the separation of church and state by teaching intelligent design in public school science classes.

Thirty-eight Nobel laureates lead by Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel reject them as an attempt to "politicize scientific inquiry."

The president of the National Academy of Science says "Kansas students will be both confused and ill-served by an explanation of science that allows for supernatural explanations of the natural world."

But, pay no attention to all that...

The Discovery Institute thinks "that the Kansas science standards are the best in the nation and we're committed to preserving them."


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