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|Date: 2005/03/29 19:28:56, Link|
As I noted earlier to Mr. Brayton, of course this challenge has already been met.
No real judge would sit on such a case, as the challenge suggests -- the law requires that there be a genuine "case or controversy," with real stakes.
There was such a case, in Arkansas, in 1981. It's known as McLean vs. Arkansas in the annals of the law. Creationism was determined to be religion, evolution was determined to be science, and Judge William Overton ruled that it is unconstitutional to put creationism into science classes in public schools.
Why do these creationists think the result would be any different? The courts in Louisiana agreed with the Arkansas result, and that case was appealed to the Supreme Court. In 1987, in Edwards vs. Aguillard, the Supreme Court agreed with Judge Overton's ruling.
It's the law of the land. Who do they think they're kidding?
|Date: 2007/04/17 23:18:23, Link|
Well, yeah, it's hard to figure out where to put the J.D. The folks over at UD think I don't have it anyway.
But I did serious botany research for a few summers, and I had to sit through about eleventy jillion hearings on FDA, NCI, and every other health and science issue to come before Congress over a ten year period. That -- similar to waterboarding on a dull afternoon -- should count for something.