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Kids Will Now Take “Anti-Science” Classes


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Florida's legislature is sidelining scientific research in scientific research classes. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, provide you the judges thinking. Tell us exactly what you believe in the comment area listed below.

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" State as well as regional legislatures in the United States are experimenting with brand-new ways to target the subjects showed in science courses, and it seems to be paying returns. Florida's legislature authorized a costs on May 5 that would allow locals to challenge what teachers teach trainees. And two other states have currently accepted non-binding legislation this year advising teachers to accept 'scholastic freedom' and also provide the complete range of sights on advancement and environment change. This would certainly offer teachers permit to treat advancement as well as smart layout as just as valid theories, or to present climate modification as scientifically contentious.

" The methods of creationists have actually obtained much more advanced," claims Glenn Branch, replacement director of the National Facility for Scientific research Education( NCSE) in Oakland, The golden state. The first academic liberty bills appeared in the early 2000s, but up until this year just three had come to be law: one in Mississippi in 2006, one in Louisiana in 2008 and also one more in Tennessee in 2012.

Eleven bills designed to change science-education criteria have actually been proposed this year throughout the United States. A handful of those procedures have either abandoned the typical scholastic freedom design for even more roundabout methods, or are making use of watered-down variations of it." *.

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  1. Posted by Evolutionary Solitude, at Reply

    There is no argument for the supernatural, and christianity is logically incompatible with objective morality. Religious material should be banned form schools

    • Posted by Onza Vl, at Reply

      +Evolutionary Solitude nope close Bob Heick

    • Posted by Evolutionary Solitude, at Reply

      Yeah, you’re right. With American Front. Why do you have his picture?

    • Posted by Onza Vl, at Reply

      Haha yeah I watched the Geraldo epsiode and found it quite funny

    • Posted by Evolutionary Solitude, at Reply

      You watched a TV show with his picture on it?

    • Posted by Onza Vl, at Reply

      No the geraldo show with him as a guest,you should watch

  2. Posted by Raj Kapadia, at Reply

    Religion should be outlawed. It is largely a waste of human resources.

    • Posted by FlyBoyZay FlyBoyZay, at Reply

      Gays should be outlawed. They are a waste of human resources

    • Posted by bloody Scarlet-Uchiha, at Reply

      +FlyBoyZay FlyBoyZay you should be outlawed, you are a waste of human resources.

    • Posted by Ragnarok Sora, at Reply

      it’s when it get into state were it gets out of control.

  3. Posted by Driveway, at Reply

    Science is the study of the universe and life as it can be understood by the scientific method.

    Religion is the belief in an existence outside our comprehension.

    Religion has no place in science and vice versa.

    Can we then file complaints to a church that doesn’t include the teachings of Isaac newton? Its kind of the same – school teaches science, churches teach religion. Keep it that way

    • Posted by TheLogo26, at Reply

      Fluxquark, I don’t want you to believe me. I want you to see that believing in the government/big companies isn’t any better than believing in the church.
      Your argument isn’t based on supporting climate change, but in defending what the current authority wants you to believe, and this can be clearly seen when you use words like bullshit to discredit my view.

    • Posted by Benjamin Budworth, at Reply

      I don’t think you are adequately explaining why you think big companies have decided their best course of action is to pay off almost all scientists on earth to convince us the climate is changing. Carbon tax doesn’t really cut it as an explanation.

    • Posted by Benjamin Budworth, at Reply

      The church offers nothing to support it’s claims.

  4. Posted by ben h, at Reply

    So gender can be a spectrum, but science can’t? That makes no sense.

    • Posted by Troy Goldberg, at Reply

      there is only 2 genders male and female if you are born male you are a male if you are born female you are a female getting a sex change doesn’t make you a different sex….

    • Posted by Troy Goldberg, at Reply

      Charles Darwin your saying science is facts? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ 100 years ago they said we would never fly so. is that a fact? no we can fly science is just a educated guess

    • Posted by Elite 1984, at Reply

      +Troy Goldberg Sure, science is an educated guess but the religion and right wing propaganda these conservatives are trying to insert into the classroom are far from educated.

    • Posted by AiguilleVoodoo, at Reply

      Sex and gender are different

    • Posted by Charles Darwin, at Reply

      Science adapts(see what I did there) to new information. Something religious fundamentalism can not do.

  5. Posted by LUKE SKYWALKER, at Reply

    religion is the dumbing down of America so sad.

    • Posted by LUKE SKYWALKER, at Reply

      Morris Gordon ye you must be proud of that, thats ok we’ll sit back and watch your country implode should be fun

    • Posted by Morris Gordon, at Reply

      +LUKE SKYWALKER but but but Richard Spencer says when Trump builds the magnificant wall and deport all the Mexicans.Every thing will be wonderful like like a disney fairy tale ending

  6. Posted by benjamin mathon, at Reply

    You do that in France, be ready to see 3 millions students, nearly all teachers and a lot of angry parents protesting, blocking schools and slowing down the country until such a bullshit law is removed from minds.

    Seriously, in the 21th century, men riding dinosaurs, earth is 6000 years old, global warming is a myth or 99.9% of the world scientists are wrong.

    You really should be ashamed about the situation now. Start gathering and block the government building in DC if you have to, but FIGHT THIS!

    • Posted by David .Caley, at Reply

      My first. Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament wasn’t a popular position to support but in the end New Zealand became a nuclear free zone, second protest was all about the freedom of a man who was then described internationally as a terrorist but in the end Nelson Mandela was freed ,as you come from a rugby union playing nation you will understand it was difficult to convince people that the All Blacks shouldn’t play the Springboks .
      your English is fine i can hardly detect your accent.
      The biggest difficulty is that the opposition is now richer,more powerful,more consolidated and very manipulative—-but you gotta stand for your rights

  7. Posted by Conchita Mendez, at Reply

    I wonder how any person with a minimum of intellectual honesty can vote Republican.

    • Posted by IcePee, at Reply

      The Fruitcake Jill Stein. Garry Johnson

    • Posted by The Fruitcake, at Reply

      IcePee They weren’t even trying to win the election. They wanted 5% of the vote so they would get a tax bonus for the next election.

    • Posted by The Fruitcake, at Reply

      beansnrice321 More of that Russian conspiracy theory?

    • Posted by Conchita Mendez, at Reply

      +I am the one who flocks
      Unfortunately you hit the nail on the head.

    • Posted by Conchita Mendez, at Reply

      +The Fruitcake
      Check your facts. The most crime ridden parts of Central and Northern Europe (where most refugees found shelter from war, persecution and misery) are far safer places than the average US town.
      Whilst I agree that Clinton is a highly corrupt politician with a pretty unclear agenda and a dubious relationship with the truth, she is also a highly qualified professional and not a known lunatic.
      In either party there were also other candidates with long track records in politics. Trump was by no means a “shot in the dark”. You knew you were voting for the worst your (actually great) country had to offer.
      On another account: With my statement I didn’t have the presidential elections on mind but more also the other ones: from Congress, Senate, state and local authorities, school boards etc.
      My point is: if a party is promoting an agenda based (at least partially) on the denial of facts, a self respecting individual couldn’t even consider to endorse it – even if you agree with one or the other policy proposal.

  8. Posted by The Other, at Reply

    If they are going to teach creationism on a par with evolution then surely to maintain the 1st amendment they have to give equal time to all versions of creationism and not just the Abrahamic version? Having people hear the Hindu; Australian and North American first nation; ancient Egyptian; Wicca; Asertu; Mayan; Aztec; and Inca creation models alongside and equal to the Abrahamic model might be interesting.

    • Posted by Not an alien, at Reply

      Infinity Tribe Then why should Christianity be in science?

    • Posted by Infinity Tribe, at Reply

      …it shouldn’t be. It’s mythology…

    • Posted by Not an alien, at Reply

      Oh shoot, I interperted your comment wrong. Sorry about that.

    • Posted by The Other, at Reply

      Not an alien : Because Christianity is a value based system. Values cannot be disproven empirically​. That which cannot be disproven empirically lies out with the realm of science. Creationism is a model used to explain the physical world and therefore can be disproven empirically.

  9. Posted by Carol McKee, at Reply

    How about academic freedom in math class. 6X6= 66.

    • Posted by DLDHistory, at Reply

      nooo you are WRONG 6×6=666 heheheh…

  10. Posted by peter sodja, at Reply

    While in Iran people do live under a repressive theocratic regime, they teach normal science in school.
    Most of their neighboring Muslim countries dont.

    • Posted by May the Science be with You, at Reply

      peter sodja Yes, but your Regime forces your highly educated and brilliant scientists to study and scientfically prove faith based bs at your Universities. That’s why your scientist run away if they can. At least your schools are not Creatard level.

    • Posted by peter sodja, at Reply

      I’m not from Iran πŸ™‚
      I just thought iran was singeled out unfairly, considering…

  11. Posted by Blue Mosquitoes, at Reply

    By pornography, I’m sure they mean anatomical drawings. America is an embarrassment

    • Posted by KAELANIME, at Reply

      Blue Mosquitoes Agreed.

    • Posted by Barry, at Reply

      Blue Mosquitoes That’s not what pornography is…

  12. Posted by onpoc, at Reply

    We all believed that that crap of introducing creationism in schools was well buried years ago. This was “early years of Youtube” era stuff. But apparently, it has returned.

    Thank you Trump supporters.

    • Posted by Elektric Skeptic, at Reply

      onpoc I know… πŸ˜” This is as sad as it is baffling.

  13. Posted by Paul Delaney, at Reply

    THAT DOES IT — I’m changing to the Democratic Party, and signing up as a Justice Democrat; I was a lifelong Republican. The Republican Party does NOT represent me, does NOT care about my family, does NOT share a single value with me. Maybe it never did, and I was too late to notice.

    • Posted by J Bishop, at Reply

      Nevar: Sadly, we are forced into a 2-party system by the mathematics of a “One-paerson, One Vote” rule… we don’t have the option of picking “Best” , “Second-best”, “3rd Favorite” etc. It’s a logical result of our “First Past the Pole” voting system and whenever one more party pops up, one must die. It always ends up this way. (See CGPGrey’s excellent videos on Voting Systems!)

    • Posted by Uhmbe Rhellah, at Reply

      TYT is not a neutral source, so I hope you’re not basing that reaction entirely off of this video. Bare in mind that science is also not free from bias and group-think either, it’s risky business disagreeing with the consensus if you turn out to be wrong, it can end your career, especially when it’s highly politicised and polarised.

    • Posted by Paul Delaney, at Reply

      Uhmbe Rhellah – indeed; point well made.

    • Posted by Paul Delaney, at Reply

      Nevar StormDragon — well said, I really do appreciate your thoughtful response. Thank you.

  14. Posted by Mario Martinovic, at Reply

    What about anti-science leftist gender neutrality crap?

    • Posted by joshua johnson, at Reply

      Wow are you really worried about your feelings about your genitals? That is really sad dood. Like you have no self worth if that bugs you. Or you secretly are jelly of their freedom of gender. I get the feeling you have mental issues.

    • Posted by joshua johnson, at Reply

      bunch of really smart people making smart comments. but not here because this comment was about somebody who is worrying about another person’s PP parts. still feel sad for you dude , and still think you might have some mental issues

    • Posted by tony romabarian, at Reply

      sorry, I get it now.

  15. Posted by Eugene Sidebottom III, at Reply

    Anti science? Like teaching kids there’s 37 genders?

    • Posted by Anand Shridhar, at Reply

      Firstly gender studies is not science… anyone teaching that in science class should be thrown out… Gender is more related to sociology and anthropology

    • Posted by Mario Martinovic, at Reply

      Anand Shridhar The authoritarian left will go after scientists soon

    • Posted by Raven L, at Reply

      i take it you’re not a fan of the soft sciences

    • Posted by The Griffenn, at Reply

      Raven L soft science is an oxymoron. science is science.

    • Posted by Anand Shridhar, at Reply

      Science requires systematic analysis that have testable explanations and can then be used to predict future patterns.. You can neither test nor predict gender identity(related to abstract emotion) so NO they are not part of science, soft or otherwise

  16. Posted by Dreamcastknight, at Reply

    non science? like there are more than two genders? it would seem that non science is already there.

    • Posted by Reality Searcher, at Reply

      People who think the races and sexes are equal are science deniers.

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Gender identification, if it’s taught at all, would fall under sociology, not science. Origin stories should, if taught at all, be taught in a world religions or mythology course. Then there’d be no problem. The problem is the states with the already lowest IQs wanting to teach unscientific things as science.

    • Posted by AlbertaGeek, at Reply

      Ah, one of the “social sciences are not science” idiots that have become so noisy. It’s always so funny watching them cherry-pick and/or tailor-make a definition of ‘science’ to exclude that which they find ideologically inconvenient.

    • Posted by Greg Camp, at Reply

      Thanks for proving that you’re a moron.

  17. Posted by Matt, at Reply

    Science doesn’t have an agenda. Science only deals in facts (something that many
    Republicans are allergic to)

    • Posted by Mate397, at Reply

      *cough* *cough* far left identity politics *cough* *cough*

    • Posted by TheReasonMaster123, at Reply

      Mate397 *cough cough* Imbecile detected, essentially a troll *cough cough*

    • Posted by Cluckery Duckery, at Reply

      several people in this thread would benefit from some robitusin

  18. Posted by ST I, at Reply

    Just saying your country is the only one with this issue in the developed world. It simply is a non issue not even in Italy

    • Posted by TheReasonMaster123, at Reply

      James G This is false. Progressives did not support Hillary Clinton. independents overwhelmingly voted Bernie.

    • Posted by James G, at Reply

      I’m not sure where you got the idea that we don’t provide healthcare, income support or free education… we provide all three of those things in some form to those that need it…

    • Posted by ST I, at Reply

      So lets get this straight. As an Australian this is what healthcare means to me. From the cradle to the grave I pay zero, nothing – no matter what the procedure is. This is except for certain payments which are small and nominal and occasional. Blood tests and MRI etc are free. Doctors visits are free. Hospital stays and mental hospital stays are free

      If you are unemployed you receive around $400 per week cash into your bank account. This comes with some obligations to look for work but is a permanent payment . Students get a very similar amount when they go to University.

      University education is set up as the following. All Universities cost the same regardless of quality and those who get the best marks have the best spots. government pays for closeto 80% of the costs 20% is paid for by us in our HELP Scheme. This money is paid by the government and we repay it once we earn over $50000 at a low rate that gets progressively more. There is no interest. It is only adjusted with inflation.

      This system has $100,0000 allowed and can be used for post graduate. Me personally I have completed two degrees and working on my Masters and will complete a doctorate after that without paying a cent. Our payments back are based on taxable income so after deductions so it is easy to minimise.

      So +James G I cannot see how this is anywhere near what USA provides to their citizens… so either you come clean with yourselves and how poorly your nation treats it citizens or they will continue to do what they do to you. Hell certain European countries have even more generous welfare and University – this is the key to innovation – even playing fields and accessible to all based on merit for University. There is nothing less innovative than the children of wealthy parents.

  19. Posted by Robert Smith, at Reply

    The dumb rednecks of the south, go figure. No surprises here.

    • Posted by Owen Iverson, at Reply

      blistified umm, it’s called freedom to have sex with who you want! what, are you trying to take away our freedoms? you must hate America, you commie!!!

    • Posted by A Google User, at Reply

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    • Posted by blistified, at Reply

      I bet owen has sex with microwaved fruit

    • Posted by Owen Iverson, at Reply

      blistified it’s my freedom to have sex with microwaved fruit! are you trying to take away ALL my freedoms??? you must REALLY hate America. you know, on account of all the freedoms you hate!

      are you seeing how juvenile the freedom argument is? and yet the freedom argument is a staple of Republicans and conservatives. want to hate someone? claim religious freedom! wait, did Jesus hate gay people? why do Republicans say they’re Christian but they hate so many groups? shouldn’t they just love everyone equally?