Sunday, December 19, 2010
Cowardly Christians attack science education. This organization defends science education.
NCSE's coverage of surveys and polls
I appreciate what the NCSE is doing to defend science education from the Christian assholes who want to destroy it, but unfortunately NCSE is part of the religious insanity problem that makes the Christian war against science education possible. The NCSE sucks up to religious idiots. They think being dishonest is a good strategy to defend the teaching of biology.
For example here they ask good questions but they let professional idiots answer those questions.
"In public discussions of evolution and creationism, we are sometimes told by creationists and opponents of religion alike that we must choose between belief in creation and acceptance of the theory of evolution, between religion and science. Is this a fair demand? Is the choice that stark? Can one believe in God and accept evolution? Can one both accept what science teaches and engage in religious belief and practice?"
The problem with both accepting the facts of evolutionary biology and believing there's a magic god fairy watching over us, is these superstitious idiots need to stick their god somewhere, and virtually always they stick it into evolution, as if magic is one of its mechanisms.
That's not accepting evolution. It's polluting it. In Idiot America only 16% of Americans (recently up from 14%) accept evolution as a completely natural process. That's disgraceful and it shouldn't be tolerated. The NCSE thinks they are doing some good, but the way they defend science education, while always winning in court, is only making things worse in the long run. If America is ever going to get rid of its well deserved reputation of being infested with uneducated morons, we got to eradicate Christianity, so sucking up to Christians is not going to accomplish anything.