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Monday, 16 June 2014

Questions to Which the Answer is "No"

Should Creationism be taught in English schools?

3 comments :

  1. Teach no, but It's probably OK to mention it briefly alongside Finn MacCool, golden fleeces, slender men and the Wookey Hole Witch. (Although clearly there's a lot more evidence for the slender man, I mean they've got photo's and everything! :)

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  2. Creation should be mentioned. It's beautiful, poetic and contains a lot of deep truth. Creationism doesn't have the credibility of myths like Finn or Jason. It's bad science - not even just "wrong" science, like speed-of-light-exceeding neutrinos or phlogiston, which were corrected by more experiments. It belongs with phrenology, graphology and Myers-Briggs.

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  3. What's creationism? I went to an Approved school and we didn't have time for religious stuff, too busy learning lock picking, pick pocketing, safe breaking and cat burglaring and home tattooing?

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