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Concerns mount about South Dakota's antiscience bill

"Parents and educators worry that legislation advancing in the South Dakota Legislature would open the floodgates for teachers to present nearly any topic as science," according to the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader (January 27, 2017), referring to South Dakota's Senate Bill 55, which passed the Senate on January 25, 2017.

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South Dakota's antiscience bill passes the Senate

South Dakota's Senate Bill 55 passed the Senate on a 23-12 vote on January 25, 2017, "despite guidance from the State Department of Education, state school boards, school administrators, teachers and scientists," according to the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader (January 25, 2017).

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Compare Nature's Sublime Art to Man's

Which is superior? The answer isn't obvious, a fact that should stump honest Darwinists. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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In Cabinet Confirmation Hearings, Science Is a Tool of Political Harassment

Intending to taint HHS pick Tom Price, a respected orthopedic surgeon, Senator Menendez threw out a series of oddball science claims. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Evolution as Carpenter: Scientist Concludes Repetitive Elements "Are an Important Toolkit"

According to a UCL molecular neuroscientist, a complicated process allows evolution to experiment and evolve more complicated species. Cornelius Hunter
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From Genome to Body Plan: A Mystery

How do you get from a one-dimensional code to a three-dimensional, hierarchical structure that can operate in the fourth dimension of time? Evolution News & Views
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Darwin's Doubt Is Now in a New Chinese Edition!

ID's march around the globe continues. Evolution News & Views
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Machine Intimacy Would Take the Evolutionary Mindset to Its Logical Outcome

There are some inflection points, cultural and life bends, that, when you encounter them, should make you pause and reassess the landscape. Brendan Dixon http://www.biologicinstitute.org/people
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"Happy Salmon" and Other Wonders of the Fish World's Migrating Marvel

Salmon may not be happy when we eat them, but we're happy learning about them. Evolution News & Views
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Listen: Brian Miller on Letting Alien Feet in the Door to Keep a Divine Foot Out

Harvard geneticist Richard Lewontin famously insisted that science must never let a "divine foot in the door." Evolution News & Views
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Irony Alert: Michael Shermer on "When Facts Fail"

An evolutionist warns readers that people don't change their minds even when presented with the facts. Cornelius Hunter
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Review: In Mars Miniseries, Life Is Discovered on the Red Planet...in 2037!

Last month, the National Geographic Channel completed its heavily promoted six-part miniseries. Walter Myers III
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Whatever You Do, Don't Say "Irreducible Complexity"

For God's sake, you just did say it! Evolution News & Views
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The World's Ideal Storage Medium Is "Beyond Silicon"

The best storage medium needs no introduction. You're already using it. Evolution News & Views
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Shutting Down the Evolution Debate, the "Mainstream Science" Way

At a discussion with theistic evolutionists, Washington University's Joshua Swamidass seeks to call a halt to the proceedings. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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University of Alabama "Space Archaeologist" Seeks Evidence of Intelligent Design

Here's a chance to take your design detection to the next level. Sarah Chaffee
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Book Stumps Decoders: Design Filter, Please?

A mysterious manuscript has baffled historians for centuries. Nobody, though, thinks it wasn't designed for a purpose. Evolution News & Views
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Update from South Dakota

South Dakota's Senate Bill 55 passed the Senate Education Committee on a 4-3 vote on January 24, 2017, despite the opposition of the state's educational communities, according to the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader (January 24, 2017).

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Antiscience resolution in Indiana

Indiana's Senate Resolution 17, introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Education and Career Development as of January 23, 2017, would, if adopted, ostensibly urge the state department of education "to reinforce support of teachers who choose to teach a diverse curriculum." But the teaching of evolution is the specific target of the bill.

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Evolution education under attack in Turkey

A draft of a new national curriculum in Turkey omits evolution, according to soL international (January 15, 2017).

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