Thursday, December 07, 2006


UK Plays Whack-a-Mole

The Guardian: The British government will write to schools telling them that controversial teaching materials promoting creationism should not be used in science lessons.

Now we know he can't speak as authoritatively to the science as Casey Luskin or DaveScot, but The Guardian reports John Sulston, a Nobel prizewinner and prime mover in the Human Genome Project, as saying at a lecture last week at the British Museum: "[Pupils] are somehow being told these agendas are alternative ways of looking at things. They are not at all. One is science - a rational thought process which will carry us forward into the indefinite future. The other is a cop-out and they should not be juxtaposed in science lessons."


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