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Are You Anti-Science?

Are you a Creationist? Do you want your kids to grow up with Creationist beliefs?

Bill Nye, "The Science Guy" lays it on the line for parents.


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so now we are

Dicing up the movement even further on people's faith. People have the right to believe in their faith but are not allowed to impose their faith on the general Public. Maybe we should focus on the importance of Separation of Church and State.

His name is Edward Snowden

What is Capitalism?

I completely agree in the

I completely agree in the wall of separation between church and state, yet it is under constant barrage by a public that believes in absurd fairy tales and by the politicians who are ready, willing and able to exploit the public to advance their own power.

We need stronger walls and a no-fairy tale policy for lawmakers.

'We need stronger walls and a

'We need stronger walls and a no-fairy tale policy for lawmakers.'

and for you as well. You also don't seem to get what the 'separation of church and state means', read the rest of Jefferson's statement, it's always so conveniently truncated to suit people's own dogmatic purposes. I don't appreciate having your own dogma forced on me or anyone else, either. Evolution is multi-faceted. To say 'I believe in evolution' is like saying 'I believe in food'. It's such a general statement. WHICH aspects of evolution is what people disagree on. I don't much care for the fairy tale aspect of it myself. I don't need scientists dreaming up scenarios for me and teaching it in public schools as 'science', that just promotes lazy reasoning.

Science is not dogma.

Science is not dogma. To help explain this, let's first look at the dictionary definition:

dogma |ˈdôgmə|
a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true : the Christian dogma of the Trinity | the rejection of political dogma.
ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: via late Latin from Greek dogma ‘opinion,’ from dokein ‘seem good, think.’

See, the difference with science is that if a better model is introduced, the science is able to change to reflect new data. Religion doesn't change. It simply defers to a magical deity and explains things are what they are because "it's God's will."


You haven't talked with any global warmers or evolutionists. Just as dogmatic as any orthodox Catholic.


Has mentioned the medical industrial complex numerous times.