Monthly Archives: October 2010
It must be hard to work at the Discovery Institute. They’re constantly losing and so have a tendency to be quite whiny. Casey Luskin noticed the minor issue we had with the Life on an Ocean Planet textbook here in … Continue reading
I know how important science is. You know how important science is (I assume). I mean, this is Florida Citizens for Science after all. But when it comes filling all of those important science jobs of the future, it’s going … Continue reading
An Orlando Sentinel article headlined Sandy Adams dismisses evolution in favor of ‘the Biblical teachings’ seems to me a bit overblown. Adams is running against incumbent U.S. Rep. Suzanne Kosmas in Florida’s 24th District. The reporter latched onto Adams’ attempts … Continue reading
November 6, 2010, 2nd Annual Carl Sagan Day An all-day celebration featuring guest speakers James “The Amazing” Randi, Dr. Dawn (Elliott) Martin, Dr. Jeffrey Bennett, Jeff Wagg, Nicole Gugliucci, Lt. Col. Hal Bidlack, and including teacher workshops, science displays, children’s … Continue reading
The Gradebook education blog notes that the Florida School Boards Association wants to change Florida math and science graduation requirements in favor of a “career ready curriculum.” What do you think, bad idea or good idea?
Yes, your calendar still says 2010. But you are probably going to think you’re in a time warp, though, as you read this article in the Florida Baptist Witness: HOW OLD? Age of Earth debated among SBC scholars. Why do … Continue reading
Very cool song “The Sound of Science“. Some sample lyrics: And on the internet i saw A billion people, maybe more People clinging to old delusions People jumping to conclusions People holding superstitions that are obviously quite absurd Who’d never … Continue reading