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Should Math Be Taught in Schools?



((Sad to say, this parody is hardly exaggerated at all. A few of the answers are almost verbatim to the actual answers of the Miss USA contestants to "Should Evolution Be Taught in Schools." Go watch that video on YouTube and see for yourself)).

(((There are days I think I am living in the world of Kornbluth's "Marching Morons." Just look at reality TV, and remember the hit show in his story)))

(((I am vastly pleased that the eventual Miss USA winner, and GAME OF THRONES fan, does "believe in evolution." And presuambly in math as well))).

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xmalanthax
Jul. 5th, 2011 12:36 pm (UTC)
Evolution hasn't proven Creation false. If anything, it makes a stronger account. The fossil chain has far too many holes to make Evolution into a LAw, hence the continuing "theory of evolution". While speculation points in that direction, scientists have not been able to form a solid path from man to ape. Evolution does occur, but on small scale (this bird beak is longer because it has to dig further into the tree to find the insects it chooses to eat).

As for science debunking "the stories of the holy books", the way I see things it seems to offer more proof than point out inaccuracies.
James T Delles
Jul. 6th, 2011 01:17 am (UTC)
wrong
Theories don't become laws when they proven, they stay theories. A Law is what happens, a theory explains how that happens. The Law of Gravity describes what happens, that things with mass pull towards each other with respect to their masses and inversely to the distance between them.

The theory of Relativity on the other hand explain how things happen the way they do, length contraction, time dilation and so on.

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