Commentary on developments in the endless dispute between evolution and creationism.
posted by Jason @ 9:23 AM
A comment in frenglish just off the top of my head. Of course, as you can imagine, everybody abroad is flabbergasted by the willingness of the Kansas BOE to put up a debate between two "theories" which just don't belong to the same realm, science and catechism. To my opinion, the scientists were right to refuse.How did you get dragged into this in the first place? Does this has anything to do, politics and religion apart, with the worldwide tendency to replace actual research with textbook litteracy and education with testing, thus allowing the teaching of experiments results (theories) to become more important that teaching the process of research itself? Students don't develop scientific and critical thinking ability by comparing a number of theories "airdropped" each with its set of arguments, but by being led again through the road scientists walked to their conclusions. Only then can a pupil understand how hypothesis were built, and even possibly criticise those conclusions. In the end, I would add that knowledge and belief are two different things. From the standpoint of an educationnal institution, we must make sure that the student knows what are the valid scientific hypothesis and how they were built, but in the end of the day, believing or not in them is up to him.
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