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The Sciences

This will end well

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitFebruary 4, 2010 6:32 PM

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"Tennessee high schools will be getting guidelines from the state next fall on teaching the Bible as part of a secular curriculum". Yes, it's a comparative literature class. Yes, it's legal. Yes, I would even approve of this... in theory. In practice? Right. Read the title of this post again. Still, in better news, you may remember the Mississippi anti-evolution bill I wrote about, submitted to the legislature there as an obvious wedge for creationism. Well, it died in committee, so the Magnolia State gets itself a reprieve. I'm glad; I didn't have a "Mississippi: Doomed" graphic ready yet. But I'll keep the draft waiting just in case.

Tip o' the coming ACLU lawsuit to Fark.

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