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Originally posted by xxsomexpersonxx
If you ask the "True" Greatest Minds. Eminent Scientists who are well researched, studied, and applying the information you get that's relevant to Evolution and Intelligent Design, you'd get a different story.
95% of scientists believe in evolution.
99.995% of Eminent Scientists(The ones that should be giving the verdict) believe in evolution.
In a Science room, we should be teaching what science says. Not adding in unsupported religious beliefs as well. It'd make just as much sense to start teaching the "Controversy" over Germ Theory and the idea that "Sin causes sickness". Or, imagine giving equal time to the idea that the earth being flat as the earth being round gets.
People can, and do, believe what they want. They can accept that they're denying known science in their own matter. However, there is no reason to teach unscientific viewpoints as science. While it makes it easier for others to deny reality, it's unfair to those who want the truth and aren't getting a true story.