- The creationists and climate change deniers are winning in Florida
- Constitution Revision Commission Update II
- Constitution Revision Commission Update
- Alert: Bad Instructional Materials bill on the move!
- Clay County superintendent: “In no way, shape or form do our textbooks or will our textbooks ever reflect evolution as a fact …”
- Clay County superintendent: “In no way, shape or form do our textbooks or will our textbooks ever reflect evolution as a fact …” on
Monthly Archives: May 2009
I don’t have near the influence that PZ does, but I’m sure that since this item is of concern to us here in Florida, we can sure pitch in! Sign the petition. The Johnson-Sea-Link I & II submersibles are owned … Continue reading
Bad Astronomer, Phil Plait, is helping to promote a cool science gadget: the Galileoscope! It’s an inexensive telescope being offered in conjunction with the Year of Astronomy. But Phil says that in order for production to continue, folks need to … Continue reading
… their creationist board of education chairman was essentially fired. Yeah, Texas! But some of those arguments used by Don McLeroy’s supporters sure do sound familiard, don’t they? “A theory is just a theory. They are not irrefutable facts of … Continue reading
The Discovery Institute – the Seattle-based headquarters of the intelligent design movement – has just launched a new website, Faith and Evolution, which asks, can one be a Christian and accept evolution? The answer, as far as the Discovery Institute … Continue reading
Science FCAT scores are out. The bottom line: fifth and eighth graders had gains, but they’re small; whereas 11th-graders dropped a bit. Fifth graders have been slowly making gains over the years, which is, of course, what everyone wants to … Continue reading
Dr. Alan I. Leshner, chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will be in Pensacola today to present a public lecture about the relationships between science and the community it serves. Relationship issues to be … Continue reading
The Stick Science cartoon contest is winding down. This is the final week for entries. You can’t win the great prizes if you don’t submit your creative idea!
The Stephen Jay Gould Prize is awarded annually by the Society for the Study of Evolution to recognize individuals whose sustained and exemplary efforts have advanced public understanding of evolutionary science and its importance in biology, education, and everyday life … Continue reading