Category Archives: On the Web
An online arm of Focus on the Family, CitizenLink, is advising readers to contact the Florida Department of Education to demand the inclusion of intelligent design alongside evolution in the new draft of the state science standards. Fortunately, their brief … Continue reading
The Alliance for Science is hosting its second annual National High School Essay Contest. Interested students can submit essays of up to 1,000 words on one of two topics — Climate and Evolution, or Agriculture and Evolution. Submission deadline is … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving, y’all! If you’re killing time until the Turkey is done, try your hand at this turkey quiz. I scored 6 out of 10.
The Lakeland Ledger has been filling their pages with news about the Polk County School Board’s evolution heartburn quite a bit lately. The newspaper also has a blog, which saw fit to post about Wesley Elsberry’s recent open letter to … Continue reading
Have you taken the science FCAT yet? You can take the eighth grade exam posted by the Fl Dept. of Education to get a feel for what it’s like. I took the 45-question test and only stumbled over one answer … Continue reading
Sorry for the cheesy title. The Panda’s Thumb blog gives FCS president Joe Wolf a pat on the back for his recent quotes in local newspapers about the science standards and evolution. On the other hand, Joe’s quotes attracted attention … Continue reading
No, not really. But that does seem to be the case for many people. Of course, there are plenty of areas where audiences can draw a clear line between entertainment and reality. Superman shooting heat rays from his eyes? I … Continue reading
Google Earth now includes a feature called Google Sky. This looks like a cool tool to play with and learn from!