Evolution is philosophy, plain and simple, not science. Even if ALL scientists believed in evolution, that would NOT make it science or scientific. Science is not a democracy. You can't simply vote what you hope to be the case.
I certainly do not support teaching the Biblical version of creation in public schools, but neither do I believe that indoctrinating students with the same religious fervour regarding evolution is valuable or valid.
Most people haven't a clue about the weaknesses of the so-called "theory" of evolution. And have no clue about the possibilities of interpreting the natural world from a creation point of view. Both sides are extremely polarized.
It would be funny if it weren't so sad how easily swayed so-called "educated" people are by the court of opinion.
So many people wasting so much time trying to put square pegs in round holes, while our planet is full of the starving and dying.
Good luck in your search for the "truth", while ignoring the "obvious".
Greg Shea (Lake Cowichan, BC)
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