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South Korea reverses its creationist-friendly course after consulting with scientists over the contents of its school textbooks.
Christian zealots in Missouri vote to create a right they've always had just to sneak in a way to stop teaching their kids about evolution, sex, and cosmology.
Why do creationists insist on demanding evidence that's been produced so many times over?
South Korea inexplicably allows its creationists to censor passages about evolution in science textbooks.
Pseudoscience on the left may not be as dangerous or pervasive as on the right. But it's still there and still a major problem.
Accommodationist philosopher Michael Ruse is now seriously defending the citizens of Tennessee voting on science and facts.
Intelligent Design was a compromise no one wanted and the wrong answer to a question no one even asked.
Egged on by cranks and quacks, the media seems obsessed with how nice someone is instead of whether what they're saying makes any sense.
Argument from a persecution complex is not a persuasive way to defend creationism. Or anything, for that matter...
Far too many commentators are way too eager to explain to scientists and science writers why creationism is still a thing. It would be nice if their explanations were actually rooted in the real world.