Tag: evolution

Evolution: Education and Outreach

Wow! The journal Evolution: Education and Outreach will be free for all of 2008! From a press release: “Evolution: Education and Outreach promotes understanding and teaching of evolutionary theory for a wide audience. Targeting students […]

Beetles and Assassin bugs

Two cool papers out this week–one on the adaptive radiation of beetles, and the other on assassin bugs and their lovely habit of decorating themselves with the corpses of their prey. The Other 95% did […]

Tonight on PBS: Judgement day!

Don’t miss Nova’s Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial tonight, Tuesday, 11/13, from 8-10 pm. It’s a documentary on the Kitzmiller v Dover case. (It’ll also be available on the Nova website starting Friday, 11/16.) […]

Creationist earmark withdrawn

Good news! I mentioned last week a senator had put a little pork in the Education Bill for a right wing creationist group. The amendment was withdrawn! “Speaking on the Senate floor on October 17, […]

Legislative Action Alert

NCSE just alerted me to a bill in congress that has an earmark for a pro-creationist group: “The United States Senate is poised to fund the development of an antievolution “science education program” in Louisiana. […]

Why should your doctor study evolution?

The Alliance for Science (it Rhymes!) has announced their 2007 High School Essay Contest: Why would I want my doctor to have studied evolution. Entries must be in by March 31st, and there are also […]

Your Evolution “WTF?” of the day

Hey, I had no idea that evolution was just one of those crazy Kaballah ideas promoted by jews! “Indisputable evidence — long hidden but now available to everyone — demonstrates conclusively that so-called ‘secular evolution […]

Gah.

I just can’t think of anything else to title this . College teachers rally against bill The Arizona Republic Feb. 28, 2006 12:00 AM “Senate Bill 1331, introduced by Sen. Thayer Verschoor, R-Gilbert, would allow […]