From the official ADL website: New York, NY, April 29, 2008 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today issued the following statement regarding the controversial film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. The film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed misappropriates the Holocaust and its imagery as a part of its political effort to discredit the scientific community which rejects … Continue reading
Expelled Exposed: Tomorrow, the NCSE will be posting its review of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Tomorrow, April 15, The National Center for Science Education will be posting its review of Ben Stein’s crocumentary, Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. The NCSE’s ExpelledExposed website currently contains a collection articles critical of the shock-croc.
www.ExpelledExposed.com: The National Center for Science Education’s official response to Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
The US-based National Center for Science Education has opened up a website for its response to the upcoming Ben Stein crocumentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, in which he and fellow Intelligent Design and traditional Creationists spread their delusional thinking about how science and secular governments are out to get them, science is dogmatically enamored with … Continue reading
Florida Republican Ronda Storms has introduced the positively named Academic Freedom Act in the Florida State Senate. The bill concerns the rights of teachers and students with regard to education on, you guessed it, evolution. The bill proposes that teachers be able to “objectively present scientific information relevant to the full range of scientific views … Continue reading
The Florida Creationist campaign for ignorance enters the home stretch: One more week to publicly misunderstand evolution.
The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) reports (emphasis mine): As the Florida state board of education prepared to consider a final draft of a new set of state science standards, Floridians offered their opinions at a last-minute meeting held in Orlando on February 11, 2008. Over eighty speakers addressed the state commissioner of education, … Continue reading