Creationism (general)

Virginia 2014 HB207

State: Virginia State Date introduced: January 08, 2014 Main sponsor: Rep. Richard P. Bell Bill Number: HB 207 Bill Title: None, 'to encourage students to explore scientific questions' Current Status: Died in Committee

One bill introduced in Virginia in 2014, "to encourage students to explore scientific questions."

Offered January 8, 2014
Prefiled December 27, 2013
A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered 22.1-207.6, relating to instruction in science.
Patron-- Bell, Richard P.

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Virginia Academy of Science

Science is three-fold. It consists of a body of information, a theoretical structure for organizing that information, and a method for generating new information and testing new theories. An acceptable scientific theory must be consistent with the available data and be subject to experimental verification. Any theory that cannot be tested lies outside the domain of science.

The central organizing principle of biology is the theory of evolution. It is consistent with the data of systematics, comparative anatomy and biochemistry, genetics, embryology and paleontology. It has been

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