Monthly Archives: August 2010
Today is the LAST DAY to enter the Stick Science cartoon contest. Get moving, folks! Fame and fortune awaits … or something like that.
The Gainesville Sun has been running a series of guest opinion pieces concerning the evolution/creationism controversy. The newest one isn’t reasoned out too well. I was thinking about the controversy of whether or not the theory of intelligent creation should … Continue reading
For those of you who are curious about what happened to the known creationists running for school board seats across Florida, here’s what we know so far. I’ll let commenter Pierce Butler tell us about Alachua County: The good news … Continue reading
There is just one week left in our annual Stick Science cartoon contest! Don’t put off entering. Too many people did that last year and wound up missing the deadline. We want to see your lousy artwork and great ideas.
The Gainesville Sun has been running a series of guest opinion pieces concerning the evolution/creationism controversy. This one by Amanda McIntosh is a garbled mess of reasoning. On the other hand, the one by Gregory Mead had me cheering. In … Continue reading
Yes, we here at Florida Citizens for Science want your lousy artwork, but at the same time we want your great ideas. The Stick Science Cartoon Contest is a mere two weeks away from deadline. Last year we had folks … Continue reading
We learned earlier that some candidates for various Alachua County school board seats had no problem with teaching creationism in the public schools. However, that article was unclear who exactly thought what. A Gainesville Sun article today gives us a … Continue reading
Orlando Sentinel education reporter Dave Weber recently posted on the newspaper’s education blog about a variety of tips and juicy tidbits he’s been getting about Seminole County school board candidates. Not satisfied with just passing along the tips to his … Continue reading