Re: Is it legal.....was: determining scientific facts
> > Pi:Tin: Why do you post irrelevant
> > No, Laurie. It was patriotic Americans who were greatly disturbed by the creationist violations of the United States Constitution who properly took legal action in order to keep creationists from trampling on the Constitution and forcing their religious beliefs to be taught, by law, in public school science classes.
> > Of course, we know Australia has no such constitutional restriction, so it would be completely legal (and proper) to teach creationism in Australian schools.
> > Is it?
> > Copy-Paste-and-Run Dan:
> > I don't know, but is completely legal in the USA:
> Tin: Creationism is nonscience. It is
> religion. Both courts and scientific
> consensus have consistenly failed to
> find any scientific merit in creationism
> or ID.
> "The overwhelming evidence at trial established that
> ID is a religious view, a mere re-labeling of
> creationism, and not a scientific theory. "
> - Legal Ruling at Dover, December 20, 2005.
> LA> 'Marjorie Grene,
Can't you think of anything
relevant to say about the humiliating
defeat of the Dover Creationists ?
Did you forget what the topic
was again Appleton ?