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Review: The Privileged Planet | NCSE
Jan 4, 2005 ... The Privileged Planet is based upon the odd notion that the more unsuitable our universe is for producing intelligent life, the more likely ...
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The Bombardier Beetle Myth Exploded | NCSE
How does Mr. B. B. make the chemical solution explode just at the right time, in spite of the fact that it contains an inhibitor? Dr. Schildknecht found out ...
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Explore Evolution: Notes from the Field | NCSE
Wells also presented evidence for "intelligent design", which is not to be found in the Explore Evolution textbook. He claimed that ID does not rely on ...
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Explore Evolution as creationist nostalgia | NCSE
Jan 24, 2009 ... Reviewing Explore Evolution for Evolution & Development (2009; 11 [1]: 124-125), Brian D. Metscher of the University of Vienna described it ...
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Explore Evolution: Notes from the Field | NCSE
Wells's talk might have been taken from the chapters of Explore Evolution , but included only the "reply" sections, which outline the weaknesses of ...
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The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose | NCSE
Reports of the National Center for Science Education. Title:. The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose. Author(s):. Eugenie C. Scott, NCSE Executive Director ...
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The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose | NCSE
Intelligent Design Creationism · Printer-friendly version. Reports of the National Center for Science Education. Title:. The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose ...
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Over the Hump — Taking the AIG Camel Challenge! | NCSE
I think you will see how we can use even a camel skull to show that our ... The first AIG overhead is a line drawing of the skull of a camel (see Figure 1). ...
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The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose | NCSE
Intelligent Design Creationism · Printer-friendly version. Reports of the National Center for Science Education. Title:. The Big Tent and the Camel's Nose ...
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The University of Queensland Board of the Faculty of Science | NCSE
American Association of Physics Teachers · American Association of University Professors ... The University of Queensland Board of the Faculty of Science ...
 
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