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As President Obama reversed Bush's policy against public funding for the destruction of human embryos to create new stem cell lines, he said the following in celebration:
My sister, who works at a university, received an invitation from a group "dedicated to the promotion of evolutionary theory, science and reason" to discuss "the continued significance of Darwin's ideas" on Darwin Day (today).
In a response to the segment in Ben Stein's Expelled that makes a connection between Darwinist thinking and the Holocaust, Richard Dawkins said the following:
After viewing this video of Dawkins apparently being "stumped by creationists' question," I did some digging to find his response, giving him the benefit of the doubt that he was likely just trying to frame his answer in a succinct way, or that he was flustered for some reason other than a lack of an answer.
The Discovery Institute posted a response to Nova's Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial, noting ten of its errors. For example:
A common objection was proposed in the comment section of Tuesday's intelligent design post:
Tonight, PBS will air a documentary about a Pennsylvania court case dealing with the teaching of intelligent design in the schools. And, as a Variety review reminds us, "the insidious campaign to discredit science and elevate religion as a legitimate academic alternative shouldn't escape notice."
From Science Daily: Competing theories on the origins of anatomically modern humans claim that either humans originated from a single point in Africa and migrated across the world, or different populations independently evolved from homo erectus to home sapiens in different areas.