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A suspicious delay in Michigan

At its September 12, 2006, meeting, the Michigan board of education voted to delay adoption of part of the state's science standards until October in order to give the legislature extra time to comment, according to a report [Link broken] from the Associated Press (September 13, 2006).

A Case against "Intelligent Design"

"Proponents of intelligent design, with great gnashing of teeth and colorful language, have created a great deal of smoke," Steven B. Case explains [Link broken] in the Kansas City Star (September 12, 2006).

Dworkin on "intelligent design"

In the opening section of his recent essay "Three Questions for America" (published in the September 21, 2006, issue of The New York Review of Books), the eminent legal scholar Ronald Dworkin answers the question "Should alternatives to evolution be taught in schools?" with a decisive no.

Concern over renewed antievolutionism in Ohio persists

There is concern again about the resurgence of attempts to undermine the treatment of evolution in the state science standards in Ohio.

Pallen and Matzke in Nature Reviews Microbiology

On September 5, 2006, Nature Reviews Microbiology, one of the leading journals in its field, released "From The Origin of Species to the origin of bacterial flagella" in advance online publication form (PDF; subscription required). The article, by Mark J. Pallen of the University of Birmingham and Nicholas J.


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