Double Helixes and Double Crosses (was: Favorite NON-fiction)

Gaertk at aol.com Gaertk at aol.com
Tue Jan 28 13:44:02 PST 2003

In a message dated 1/28/2003 12:56:59 PM Eastern Standard 
Time, Chris Olson - SunPS <Chrisf.Olson at Sun.COM> writes:

> It's a grey area, to me.  Telling a bunch of kids that 
> there is one way of doing something -- and they have to 
> follow that way -- when, in fact, there are multiple ways 
> of doing it may not be a lie *exactly*, but it comes pretty 
> close.

But telling the kids "there are other ways, but we don't have 
time to discuss them" leaves the door wide open for the 
nutcases.  I once sat through a sermon that "proved" that 
Creationism is "more scientific" than Evolution.