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In the last two years, the NCSE has reached out to members, the public, and the press, via YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other digital tools. Keeping track of all these venues can be daunting. Fret no more!
NCSE shifts from .org to .com domain
NCSE is now using ncse.com—shorter and easier to remember than ncseweb.org—as its primary domain name. The change is already in effect on NCSE's web site and e-mail. But never fear: links and e-mail to ncseweb.org will be automatically forwarded to ncse.com.
The National Center for Science EducationWhen creationism flares up in the United States, the NCSE is there to help put out the fires.
Proving ID = CreationismNCSE staff worked behind the scenes, using NCSE archives and subpoenaed documents, to find the missing links tying "intelligent design" to its creationist roots.
Christine Comer was the Director of Science for the Texas Education Agency for nine years, until she was forced to resign for not remaining neutral on the subject of creationism.
Intelligent design proponents say the eye is too complex to have evolved. The scientists in this video say, "Look at the evidence."