Should the Theory of Evolution be Taught in Schools?

ABC News U.S. 2012/11/24 11:08:08
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  • Dan 2012/11/24 11:46:45
    It stopped being a theory years ago. Anyone who thinks otherwise is bad at science.
    It's been proven again and again yet bible thumpers refuse to open their eyes


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  • Xerxes 2013/01/18 18:52:10
    As a Christian, I believe evolution explains the how but not the why.
  • Dboy69 2013/01/03 06:50:34
    Of course Mississippi would be the only state with a majority NO ahahahhahahahahahahahahhhahah... I'm Jewish but also a liberal who doesn't believe in crap like this
  • HistoryBuff782 2012/12/29 15:44:44
    It scares me how many answered 'no'...

    The religious need to keep their damn fairy tales out of our science classrooms. Evolution has an enormous amount of irrefutable scientific evidence to back it up. The ancient myth of creationism is absurd. What is even more absurd, though, is that people continue to hold ignorant belief in the 21st century..
  • TooSweet History... 2013/01/07 18:57:48
    Tell me about it,the ignorance is mind boggling.
  • Zippcodey 2012/12/29 04:18:01
    It has been taught in schools for years, why do you think the Yes out does the No?
  • Stardust 2012/12/29 04:01:57
  • angelbaby 2012/12/29 02:12:56
    A great big NO
  • Stardust angelbaby 2012/12/29 04:01:13
  • History... angelbaby 2012/12/29 15:47:04
    And what would you replace it with? Ancient fairy tales written by desert primitives. Evolution is the core basis for practically all of biology, and we use it everyday in things like vaccines, etc.

    But CLEARLY you know more than the scientists.
  • Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel 2012/12/29 01:26:46
    Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel
    Bogas just like Climate Control, AKA: Global Warming.
  • Jeb Roberts 1 %'er - POTL -... 2012/12/29 01:00:09
  • CAROLYN NTARWNJBS 2012/12/09 19:10:38
    Lol, and yes.
  • iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~ 2012/12/02 18:11:19
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    Who said no what?
  • LittleScroll 2012/11/30 01:32:17
    sure why not? Lets also teach faith too. After all school is for learning.
  • ziad 2012/11/29 19:34:35
    I'm OK with that
  • abubincrazy 2012/11/29 05:39:01
    It is.
  • Ally 2012/11/29 05:21:27
    It is not the truth.
  • Seiryuu Ally 2012/11/29 05:37:38
    In what way?
  • Ally Seiryuu 2012/11/29 05:59:51 (edited)
    Things did not just "appear" out of nowhere. No we did not come from monkeys. God created the heavens and the earth. Look around you he left his fingerprints everywhere-animals, flowers, people, the sky. Would a tree really plant itself? Think of it this way...do things just appear in front of you? You think about it and BAM you have your decorations up. BAM you have food on the table? Did you automatically know how to drive/parallel park? You had to learn things or do them. They did not just happen. I rest my case. I don't have to see him to believe what I believe. By the way...yes I am bad at science. Do I care....no. I'm more into history.
  • Seiryuu Ally 2012/11/29 06:47:47
    No one ever said we came from monkeys. We came from a common ancestor that branched off into humans and other primates.

    Trees come from seeds which are transported in many ways: wind, water, animals.

    I can shuffle a deck of 52 cards and flip them over one by one. The permutation I got is extremely unlikely given the other possible permutations, but that just happened.

    Furthermore what if it were pagan gods that created the heavens and earth? There's no evidence suggesting the contrary.

    Do I care....no.
    Then please refrain from making opinions that decide our future generation's lives.
  • beernbugs Seiryuu 2012/11/29 20:15:38
    Members of the religious right often say we came from monkeys. That's because they do not, and will not, understand evolution.
  • Seiryuu beernbugs 2012/12/01 03:24:44
    How is it so hard to understand a concept that a community's individuals will eventually change and adapt to an ever-changing environment?
  • Jeb Rob... beernbugs 2012/12/29 00:59:01
  • Seiryuu Jeb Rob... 2012/12/29 01:18:59
    You did not just ask that.
  • Jeb Rob... Seiryuu 2012/12/29 01:36:18
  • Seiryuu Jeb Rob... 2012/12/30 13:26:07
    First off, abiogenesis is a whole different animal from evolution; yes, the former precedes the latter, but that's as far as it goes.

    Second, you should learn the problem of precision, especially when it comes to measuring quantities; there's bound to be a degree of error, so your measured 4 billion years may turn out to be actually 4.1 billion or 3.95 billion. It depends on how precise your instrument is.

    No one will ever know how it precisely happened; one can only formulate theories for abiogenesis and with new evidence being uncovered the theories will change. That's the wonderful thing about science.
  • Jeb Rob... Seiryuu 2012/12/30 14:39:40
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2012/12/30 22:23:25
  • Jeb Rob... 3003573 2012/12/31 01:17:10
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2012/12/31 06:34:15
  • Jeb Rob... 3003573 2012/12/31 13:44:08
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2013/01/05 02:26:40
  • Fanghur Jeb Rob... 2013/01/27 14:32:38
    Look up 'scientific theory' on Wikipedia.
  • Seiryuu Jeb Rob... 2012/12/31 00:11:21 (edited)
    It's a theory that has a lot of evidence to support it. I've no doubt it'll be revised in the future, but it'll add to our understanding of how nature works.

    What history books are you referring to?
  • Jeb Rob... Seiryuu 2012/12/31 01:17:53
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2012/12/31 06:35:14 (edited)
  • Fanghur Jeb Rob... 2013/01/27 14:33:55
    Evolution itself is a fact. The Theory of Evolution is the framework of knowledge that we use to explain the fact that populations of organisms change over time due to selective pressure.
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2012/12/30 22:27:02
  • Jeb Rob... 3003573 2012/12/31 01:19:31
  • 3003573 Jeb Rob... 2012/12/31 06:35:57
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