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, May 26, 2013
This review is from: The Revisionaries (DVD)
Finally the questioning of the evolutionary theory is being brought to the public school. Finally kids will not be indoctrinated into thinking that all that is known is that we think that we are sure that we evolved from 'soup'. But movie isn't totally neutral; it tries to show Christians as bullies. Also it shows their belief-driven behavior (praying, quoting Bible) which surely looks weird to an atheist. I think that the movie should've shown evolution-driven behavior as well (eugenics, racism, euthanasia, abortions, etc) to level the perception. A couple of quotes I liked:
Texas Citizens for `Science': "High school students don't have expertise or the abilities to discuss and critique scientific theories and hypothesis..."
Riiiight... so they should be exposed to one theory only, so their undeveloped brains wouldn't get all confused, and start malfunctioning all over the place.
National Center for `Science' Education: "Texas choose 3 local evolution scientists vs 2 non local ID scientists... that is strange..." Really? It's never enouth for you... now it isn't just "majority rules" but the "origin of scientist" should determine truth?
- "I want to see evidence for evolution".
- "There is no evidence to dis-prove evolution".
Well... there is no evidence to disprove flying spaghetti monster. Should it be in textbooks as well?
- "We shouldn't allow critiquing the theory of evolution".
- "Have there been examples of fraud in the promoting of the theory of evolution"?
- "Should that be discussed"?
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