A Nobelist Misrepresented in Texas
When the creationists on the Texas state board of
education trotted out a Nobel Prize winner as having
doubts about evolution, it turns out (of course) that
they were using erroneous, second-hand information.
"Ask Darwin": An Interactive Exhibit Two Pittsburgh-area professors have teamed with
a multimedia center to produce an interactive
exhibit, allowing visitors to hear Darwin in his
own words, and to hear from modern scientists
about how evolutionary science has grown.
Exporting Creationism: Dutch Creationist Leaflet
Now to be Distributed in Belgium
After a campaign that drew public and media
attention, creationists in the Netherlands are targeting
Dutch-speaking areas of Belgium with the remainder
of their leaflets — or are they?
News from Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa,
Kentucky, Ohio,Texas, the United Kingdom, and the
News from the Membership
What our members are doing to support evolution
and oppose pseudoscience wherever the need arises.
Credibility, Profitability, and Irrefutability: Why
Creationists are Building Museums
Why would creationist organizations invest so
much money and effort into museums when they
reject the basic scientific foundations of our
modern understanding of the history of life and
Missionary Lizards: What the Creation Museum
Reveals About Natural History Exhibits
Katherine E Schroer
Everybody loves dinosaurs. But the different ways
they are displayed in natural history museums and
the Creation Museum speaks volumes.
People & Places: Creation Evidence Museum
A close-up view of one of the best-known of the
Reflections on a Visit to the Creation Museum
Raymond A Eve
It is difficult not to be impressed by the sheer assault
on the senses and the carefully designed exhibits. But
a closer look reveals an anxiety about control of
cultural ideas and norms.
Edward Blyth: Creationist or Just Another
James K Willmot
Blyth is one scientist whose early dedication to cre
ationism is misrepresented to imply that he rejected
descent with modification by natural selection.
Yes, Noah's Flood May Have Happened, But Not
Over the Whole World
Lorence G Collins
In the type of major flood that almost certainly
occurred in the ancient Middle East, what would
make people think that it covered "the whole world"?
An adaptation of a recent NCSE brochure that
explores the basics of creation science.
For the Birds
These books explore the biology, ecology, and
evolution of birds.
NCSE On the Road
Check the calendar here for NCSE speakers.
Reframing Scopes: Journalists, Scientists, and Lost
Photographs from the Trial of the Century
by Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette
Reviewed by Charles A Israel
The Darwin Myth: The Life and Lies of Charles Darwin
by Benjamin Wiker
Reviewed by Sander Gliboff
Why the Universe Is the Way It Is
by Hugh Ross
Reviewed by David Koerner
The Bible, Rocks, and Time
by Davis A Young and Ralph F Stearley
Reviewed by Steven Newton
More Than a Theory: Revealing a Testable Model
by Hugh Ross
Reviewed by Graham Oppy