Professor Dendy's favorite quote:

"If it dies, it's biology; if it blows up, it's chemistry;

if it doesn't work, it's physics!" - John Wilkes

As quoted from grafitti on a bathroom wall.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Out of the mouths of atheists and evolutionists…



Of course the atheists/evolutionists will deny that they said this, but this is a direct quote from an atheist/evolutionist forum about science education.

“This is one of those great stories that should be taught in science class as a demonstration of how scientific ideas change over time, based on new data and experimentation. You start with the "plum pudding" model of an atom, in which positively charged protons sit in a negatively charged goo. Then Rutherford's gold foil experiment shows that atoms in fact have a solid nucleus surrounded mostly by empty space, etc. Somehow someone figured out that mass doesn't correspond to atomic number, and neutrons are hypothesized as the reason for this... I've forgotten the whole story now, but this is the sort of thing that's useful to teach students. First off, it can be told as a narrative, which is always more interesting than lists of facts. Secondly, its a demonstration of the fact that scientific ideas do change over time, and shows what sort of evidence is necessary to create that change.”

Sign him/her/or it up… after all there is a shortage of teachers…

And they want to teach our children all about science… need I say more?

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