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CRSC Correction


NCSE is pleased to see that the Center for Renewal of Science and Culture (CRSC) has begun taking steps to correct the error in the article posted on its web site concerning the March 11, 2002 Ohio Board of Education meeting.

Fred Hutchison claims that the papers in the CRSC bibliography delivered to the Ohio BOE were written by “intelligent design scientists.” This is incorrect.

The CRSC has posted an editor’s comment above the article highlighting the error, but did not correct the error in the text of the article itself.

NCSE Member Honored for Kansas Activism

Congratulations to NCSE member Adrian Melott, who has won the 2002 Joseph A. Burton Forum Award of the American Physical Society. This award is given annually by the leading professional physics society "(t)o recognize outstanding contributions to the public understanding or resolution of issues involving the interface of physics and society." Dr. Melott, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas, was cited "(f)or his outstanding efforts in helping to restore evolution and cosmology to their proper place in the K-12 scientific curriculum.

NCSE asks Discovery Institute: Where's the Shrimp?


by Alan Gishlick

In a Discovery Institute press release dated Feb. 6, Jonathan Wells accuses three developmental biologists of making "exaggerated claims" in a recent paper in Nature (advance online publication, Feb. 6, 2002). But it is Wells, in his zeal to criticize any research supporting evolution, whose claims are "exaggerated."

NCSE's "Setting the Record Straight" Now Available

Creationists began attacking the PBS series Evolution even before it began to air. A steady stream of misinformation and bad science came from such organizations as Answers in Genesis, the Discovery Institute, and the Institute for Creation Research.

NCSE responded to many of the claims made by these groups, often consulting with leading scientists in various fields.

 

 

 

A Blueprint for an Evolution Education Workshop

NCSE in cooperation with the University of California Museum of Paleontology has prepared a "Blueprint for an Evolution Education Workshop." This "how to" guide is a project arising from discussions held at the National Conference on the Teaching of Evolution, held in October, 2000 in Berkeley (http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/ncte/).

AiG Cries Wolf Over Study Guide

NOTE: Since this was posted on November 12, 2001, Answers in Genesis, responding to our citations of their errors, has rewritten the piece we were commenting upon. The quotes in our article were cut and pasted directly from the AiG site to ensure one hundred percent accuracy; they are exactly as they appeared in the original article.

NCSE Announces News List

Join the NCSE News List today to begin receiving the latest news and events in the creation/evolution controversy via e-mail.

This list is not a discussion list, but a mechanism for NCSE to make announcements to members and interested parties about developments relevant to protecting the teaching of evolution in public schools.


ICR Compares Terrorist Attacks to PBS Series Evolution

by Skip Evans

After the events of September 11th, many things in life that held so much significance paled against the loss in New York City, Washington D.C., and in a field in Pennsylvania. All Americans felt they had come face to face with an incomprehensible evil, and indeed it seem to have struck at the very heart of each of us.

Press Release: Creationists Wrong Again

CREATIONISTS WRONG AGAIN

Once again, the creationists have blundered when it comes to science, this time presenting misinformation about the universality of the genetic code.

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