Evolution bills in House and Senate

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Article reads: Kern’s bill states “some scientific subjects, such as biological evolution, the chemical origins of life, global warming, and human cloning can cause controversy.” The bill would prohibit students from being penalized because they subscribe to a particular position on scientific theories.

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  • Monex  On February 11, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    Critics including well-known evolution supporters from the National Center for Science Education and Americans United for Separation of Church and State say the bills intention is to introduce creationism into the classroom…But just what exactly in the bills provisions irks these critics?..The bill states Louisiana recognizes that an important purpose of science education is to inform students about scientific evidence and to help students develop critical thinking skills that they need in order to become intelligent productive and scientifically informed citizens. Also that the teaching of some scientific subjects such as biological evolution the chemical origins of life global warming and human cloning can cause controversy and that some teachers may be unsure of the expectations concerning how they should present information on such subjects.1..Rather than promoting a specific religious agenda Section E of the bill protects the teaching of scientific information and this section shall not be construed to promote any religious doctrine promote discrimination for or against a particular set of religious beliefs or promote discrimination for or against religion or non-religion.1..There is no doubt that problems exist in Darwins evolutionary and natural selection theories but rather than inform students of these truths evolutionists would prefer to only have their brand of science presented to the impressionable minds of the next generation with no questions asked.

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