pointedview (pointedview) wrote,

Whew: Evolution continues in Georgia after all ;)

Well, it appears that someone finally figured out that banning something would only make people more curious about it; too bad they didn't think about that before suggesting it. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it, as the saying goes. The assistance from Jimmy C. probably helped move the wheels along.

Kathy Cox backs down on evolution in Georgia schools

I posted on her attempt to remove the term from Georgia textbooks here.

7:47pm addendum: Carl Zimmer weighed in as well. I heard him on NPR tonight. Fascinating stuff on the way ancient philosophers and scientists viewed the brain's functions.

Tags: georgia, politics/government, religion, science

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