It never stops in Texas. Now Wednesday April 17th, the Texas state legislature will hold a hearing “relating to prohibiting discrimination by public institutions of higher education against faculty members and students based on their conduct of research relating to intelligent design.” What’s that mean? Well, I’m not sure, but I would guess that it means that we can’t prosecute teachers for lying to their students with regard to evolution vs creationist pseudoscience. It can’t work the other way though. It wouldn’t unleash strong science advocates against creationism because that would be an attack on religion. It’s yet another double-standard allowing pseudoscience to skirt accountability by binding science by its own credence.
Another bill to protect creationism
April 17, 2013 by 7 Comments