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Originally posted by tezzajw
...an unnamed Midwest University, belief had fallen. That's a very small subset of the larger survey.
You sure know how to twist the headlines, mate. Please, get your facts straight.
Never believed in evolution..
well havnt taken time to really look into it...
More recent generations know more factual material about science, said Carol Susan Losh, an associate professor at Florida State University. But, she said, when it comes to pseudoscience, "the news is not good."
One problem, she said, is that pseudoscience can speak to the meaning of life in ways that science does not.
For example, for many women having a good life still depends on whom they marry, she said.
"What does astrology speak to? Love relationships," Losh said, noting that belief in horoscopes is much higher among women than men.
The disclosure that former first lady Nancy Reagan consulted an astrologer resulted in widespread derision in the media, but few younger people remember that episode today, she said.
Originally posted by Prote
Come on man... admit it... this is the worst article ever.. one of them anyway.
Did you know that 87% of all statistics are made up?