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Intelligent Design Theory: Is It Science? Reading Assignment: Evolution as Fact, Theory and Path This article is posted on UW-Ace
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Intelligent Design Theory: An alternative “scientific theory” to explain biological origins and complexity ID “theory” holds that the biological complexity apparent in nature cannot be explained by Darwinian evolution, and is consistent with “intelligent design” Heavily promoted by the Discovery Institute and Center for Cultural Renewal as a “scientific” alternative to Darwinian Evolution
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Kitzmiller et al. versus The Dover PA District School Board A recent Pennsylvania court case pitting religious school board members who ordered that ‘Intelligent Design Theory’ be included in science classes, against parents who argued that the order violated the establishment clause of the first amendment of the US constitution: Separation of Church and State .
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The School Board Position: A Disclaimer must be read in science class: Darwin’s Theory of Evolution is “ not a fact ” and has inexplicable “ gaps ”…… Students were also directed to the book: Of Pandas and People, copies of which were placed in school libraries
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Of Pandas And People : The Central Question of Biological Origins -An Intelligent Design Theory (creationist) document promoted by United States religious groups for School Board adoption as a “Supplemental Biology Text”
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I think part of education is to expose people to different schools of thought George W. Bush, August 2005
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Is Intelligent Design Theory a Scientific Theory? Does Intelligent Design Theory belong in Science Class Curriculum?
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From the National Academy of Sciences: A Fact In science , an observation that has been repeatedly confirmed and for all practical purposes is accepted as “true.” Truth in science, however, is never final , and what is accepted as a fact today may be modified or even discarded tomorrow.
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From the National Academy of Sciences: A Scientific Hypothesis A tentative statement about the natural world leading to deductions or predictions that can be tested . If the deductions are verified, it becomes more probable that the hypothesis is correct. If the deductions are incorrect, the original hypothesis is abandoned or modified.
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Sciences: A Law In Science , a descriptive generalization about how some aspect of the natural world behaves under specified circumstances . eg the second law of thermodynamics
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