When: Thu. January 1, 1970 12:00 AM

Darwin Day, Events this week!
Young Charles Darwin
199 years ago today was the birth of Charles Darwin.
It is also 149 years ago that On The Origin Of Species was published. Read it at: (link...)
Also in audio at (link...)

Local Darwin Day events have been organized by the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. A schedule of events can be found here at the UT Evolutionary biology web site: (link...)

A big evening event occurs tonight Feb. 12, 2008 at UTK. A lecture by Dr. Eugenie Scott of the National Center for Science Education,
INTELLIGENT DESIGN, IS IT SCIENCE? IS IT VALID?
Tomorrow evening, Feb. 13, 2008 will be the film, WAR ON SCIENCE,INTELLIGENT DESIGN IN THE CLASS ROOM


Forrest Erickson

Please don't feed the..

Can we all agree not to

Can we all agree not to continue this "debate". I think all have stated their cases as best we can - time to let the "debate" end. At least here.

If not, we will all remain in a "trolling" holding pattern. Time to land.

Yes

After all, since there is a “scientific consensus” regarding evolution, there is no debate. There is no point in entertaining any notion that evolution did not occur since clear thinking “scientists” believe that it did. All intelligent people already accept evolution, right? Was that the point you were trying to make?

I know when I’m beat.

Lester

Evolution: Fair and Balanced?

Dr. Scott favors keeping evolution in the science classroom and creationism out. That’s how you when debate, don’t bother responding to your critics, simply outlaw criticisms.

Perhaps one of my liberal friends can explain how this is progressive.

You know that the lecture on evolution will not point to any discrepancies with the theory. You know that the lecture is going to ridicule intelligent design without any rebuttal. So I ask, what is the point? Dr. Scott will be preaching to the choir (pun intended).

Lester

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