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Scientists Tell Texas: Time to Evolve

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posted on Mar, 24 2009 @ 07:21 PM
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Scientists Tell Texas: Time to Evolve

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Among other things the pending amendment says students should "analyze and evaluate the sufficiency and insufficiency of common ancestry." But scientists say there is no real argument about common ancestry, one of the foundational concepts of evolution. "The scientific consensus is that evolution is the backbone of modern biology and many other fields of science, underlying advances in areas such as agriculture and medicine," the scientists write.


While I am all for enteraining every angle when searching for an unobjective truth, I would be curious to hear what "insufficiency", in regards to common ancestry they are refering to? Or at the very least what alternative they are suggesting better tackles the questions of human origin and biology.

I'm not saying they are wrong, I would just like to hear their version of events.




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