Monthly Archives: July 2009

Goodbye Dinosaur Adventure Land?

The Pensacola News Journal reports that Kent “Dr. Dino” Hovind’s Dinosaur Adventure Land might go extinct courtesy of the IRS. A ruling this week says the nine properties that make up Dinosaur Adventure Land, and two bank accounts associated with … Continue reading

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This n That

— First of all, anyone know what this site is saying about our Stick Science Contest? I ran it through Google translator, but still couldn’t figure it out. — Here’s a sad story about nature doing its thing, no matter … Continue reading

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Science Cafe, Orlando

Science Cafe, Orlando is hosting a meeting next week. Should be interesting. Climate Change: The Science and the Skeptics Presenter: Snow, Richard & Mary When: Wednesday, 5 August 2009 7:00pm – 9:30pm Where: 717 W. Smith Street, Orlando Since civilization … Continue reading

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Blast from the past

Things have been rather slow around here, thus the dearth of updated blog posts. So, I thought I would share with y’all some old documents I’ve been scanning in as part of my research into the history of creationism in … Continue reading

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“Controversial Issues Workshop” an Overview

There has already been several posts by Brandon regarding the Controversial Issues Workshop,however, I felt that a summery of all the events would be appropriate. First, I would like to thank Larry Plank who is the Hillsborough County Schools Science Supervisor, … Continue reading

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Interesting note about state university system chancellor finalist

This editorial in the Palm Beach Post discusses various qualities of some candidates being considered for the job of chancellor of the state university system. One of those folks is Florida Atlantic University President Frank Brogan. The articles says of … Continue reading

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Grossly misleading story

The Fox News station in Tampa probably meant well, but they went about doing this story about the Controversial Issues Workshop going on this week all wrong. I mean really wrong. Florida science teaching standards didn’t allow the word “evolution” … Continue reading

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Man set foot on the moon

At least that is what the New York Times wants you to believe. 😉 I love it when there is a Florida tie. Mark Fenster, a professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law who has written extensively … Continue reading

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