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John Kierein
2005-Feb-23, 07:46 PM
Got this email from the AGU:
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ASLA 05-07: Kansas Board of Education Considers Allowing Intelligent
Design in Classrooms
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Once again creationists are challenging proposed science teaching
standards for Kansas public schools. A draft set of science standards
submitted by the 26-person Science Standards Writing Committee to the
Kansas state school board is being challenged by eight dissidents within the
committee. The dissidents wrote a minority report that would allow the
definition of science to include non-natural, or supernatural, explanations
for natural events and phenomena.

THIS LINK MOVED TO BABBling here (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=19894)

R.A.F.
2005-Feb-23, 07:58 PM
Shouldn't this have been posted in BABBling??

beskeptical
2005-Feb-23, 08:00 PM
Shouldn't this have been posted in BABBling??Yes, how about moving it there John so everyone can see it. It is a good post. Repost it then delete the above and add "moved" and post the link.

JHotz
2005-Mar-11, 05:16 AM
Got this email from the AGU:
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ASLA 05-07: Kansas Board of Education Considers Allowing Intelligent
Design in Classrooms
************************************************** **
Once again creationists are challenging proposed science teaching
standards for Kansas public schools. A draft set of science standards
submitted by the 26-person Science Standards Writing Committee to the
Kansas state school board is being challenged by eight dissidents within the
committee. The dissidents wrote a minority report that would allow the
definition of science to include non-natural, or supernatural, explanations
for natural events and phenomena.

THIS LINK MOVED TO BABBling here (http://www.
badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=19894)


Yes Kansas is in the news for one lunatic movement after another. It is no wonder the population of the state is declining. I will probable be moving out myself before to long.