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Feb 01, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 3)
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I don't know about you, but if this "Intelligent Design" thing gets any bigger, I may go move to a cave. No, I don't desire to live a Bin Laden lifestyle, but neither do I wish to live in a world where science is not at the center of it. The teaching of evolution is under attack by the religious right and the best way to win the battle is to fight back. Enter the National Academies of Science with an outstanding collection of "books, position statements, and additional resources on evolution education and research." Though I don't expect the hardcore believers in Intelligent Design to be swayed by scientific arguments, I hope the majority still can be.
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