Saturday, 8 January 2011

Humanist Society Seeks Tales of Scottish Creationism

From here;

The Humanist Society of Scotland are asking for the general public to provide them with any information, stories or anecdotes they have about creationism or “intelligent design” in Scottish schools.
They are particularly keen on learning of any examples of such ideologies being granted scientific credibility, not only in the science classroom but across the curriculum.  This could take many forms; for example, the insinuation that a controversy exists in the wider scientific community to the provision of creationist/religious answers to scientific questions.
Stories will help form part of a presentation to be made by HSS at April’s Edinburgh Science Festival.
Information will be treated in the strictest confidence and should be e-mailed to:

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