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EdSciFest: Creeping Creationism

Creeping Creationism – how much of an issue is it, and how much could it become? Continue reading

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FakeID: Common Sense or Utter Nonsense

Glasgow’s centre for intelligent design have been quoting Thomas Nagel’s assertion that evolution “defies common sense”. Professor Paul Braterman casts a critical eye over the quotation in question, and highlights some of the problems with the idea of “common sense”. Continue reading

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FakeID – Godcasting with Prof Paul Braterman and Glasgow Skeptics

Ian Scott from Glasgow Skeptics and Professor Paul Braterman from the British Centre for Science Education meet with the 21st floor to discuss the intelligent design movement. Continue reading

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Michael Behe in Glasgow

Intelligent Design stalwart Michael Behe is coming to Glasgow as the guest of our old pals, the Centre for Intelligent Design. Who is Michael Behe? And how can you challenge him? Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXIV – A FakeID Special

The Glasgow Centre for Intelligent Design argue that ID is not creationism. Facepalming ensues. Continue reading

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Fake ID – Response from Learning & Teaching Scotland

Learning and Teaching Scotland respond to the FakeID campaign… Continue reading

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FakeID Campaign

The 21st Floor is launching a campaign to challenge the pernicious influence of organisations like the “Centre for Intelligent Design” on Scottish science education.

FakeID – Wedge of Unreason Continue reading

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