Clay Bennett
Chattanooga Times Free Press
April 3, 2012

Clay Bennett

Chattanooga Times Free Press

April 3, 2012

Scientific American: Okay Creationists, We Give Up

April 1, 2005

"[It’s] not about the need to separate church and state; it’s about the need to separate ignorant, scientifically illiterate people from the ranks of teachers."

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Dangers of Fracking

Very student-friendly

10 Biggest Puzzles of Human Evolution

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Teaching the Controversy

Although I myself am an academic and a humanist, I actually agree with Rick Santorum on this issue. The controversy should be taught and understood by all educated Americans because it lies at the very heart of the deepest ideological disagreements of our nation. An important point of difference I have with Santorum is that I think the controversy should be taught in social studies and political science classes, rather than biology. This is because the real controversy is in the domain of politics and the ideological direction of the country, not in biological science.

friendship necklace set - DNA and RNA base pairs

Dear BFF: just so you know, you are totally the cytosine to my guanine. And that’s the way it always will be.

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