Indiana: Creationism in Schools Passes Senate

Come for the article, stay for the comments.

“What part of “the Supreme Court ruled this unconstitutional in 1987″ don’t you understand?”

“I am from Denmark, in Europe and i just realized why you are loosing the battle to China and other asian countries, since you are going back to the stone age.

Best of Wishes from Copenhagen Denmark”

“Soooo glad I don’t live in the fly-over states… The people that live there seem to be nothing but fundies and kooks motivated by 2000 year old tactics of fear mongering. Time to advance and join the rest of the developed world and stop actions like this. Indiana, you’re doing it wrong.”

“The idea of putting the wholly unsubstantiated and utterly ludicrous religiously inspired fallacy of creationism on the same level as the undisputed scientific fact of evolution in schools, and suggesting that this is a reasonable method of educating kids about the difference between a proven scientific theory and a nonsensical religious myth, or that it provides them with a comprehensive backgroud regarding conflicting viewpoints, entirely mitigates the reality that creationism is based on nothing more than an adherence to Christian mythology.

Aim higher America.”

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