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Thursday July 17, 2003
10:15 PM

Hee hee hee

[ #13523 ]
Check it out! Creation Science Fair! :D It's good to know that "Women Were Designed For Homemaking" and "Dinosaur & Man Walked Together"! Finally, all this hoo-hah science put to rest by nice, simple, easy bullshit!

I thought the government was spinning an interesting fantasy ("Once upon a time, in a land filled with weapons of mass destruction..."), but this is easily much better. Apparently you can just look up any questions you have in the appropriate religious literature, and there's your answer! How simple!

Emphasis on the simple...

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  • You sure showed those third graders!

    • While the science fair displays of the younger ones were certainly, um, not up to par, it should be pointed out the the high school science fair experiments are a classic example of the pseudo-science that many point to in order to support certain points of view. Consider the winner: "Using Prayer To Microevolve Latent Antibiotic Resistance In Bacteria". This was not a blind study. There are so many ways that a non-blind study can be unconsciously skewed by the researchers that no one is going to take s

      • Does this mean I have to let my wife wear shoes and come out of the kitchen?
      • I'm just saying, it seems awfully dishonest to lump everyone who disagrees with you into a monolithic group and then mock them based on the work of elementary school students. I watched a fourth grader write a report on vampires, once. I certainly don't believe that every supernaturalist believes some of the things he wrote.p>

        • If it seems like that's what I'm doing, I apologize -- it's not the case. The effect that these "teachings" had on the result is the humorous part, even though I don't find it entirely humorous.

          I'm expressing amusement that someone can "teach" children such things, produce documents ascribing their belief in such things, etc., and believe it. I have absurd beliefs, but I recognize that they are absurd, and most people with absurd beliefs do not. (And yes, I think all beliefs are absurd. They almost ha


          You are what you think.
    • I only wish I were laughing at the third graders.

      I'm not.


      You are what you think.