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Evolution Defenders

A group for Secularists, Agnostics, Atheists, etc... who believe we should keep the poison of creationism and Intelligent Design OUT of public school science classrooms.

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Members: 62
Latest Activity: Aug 29

ID conspiracy proof... written by the proponents of ID themselves!!!

The Formerly-Secret "Wedge Document" written by the Intelligent Designers themselves. Proof that ID is creationism in disguise.
The Wedge Document.pdf
Also find this document at

This document was key evidence in the Dover, PA trial featured in "Judgement Day: Intelligent Design on Trial."

Discussion Forum

Why Being Human Makes Evolution Hard to Understand

Started by Neal. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Apr 1. 6 Replies

Being human makes for foolishness.Cameron M. SmithVolume 37.6, November/December 2013Our difficulty accepting evolution isn’t just because some religions oppose it or that it is complicated—it isn’t.…Continue

Tags: to, understand, atheist, universe, hard

Homo erectus may have doodled on shellfish

Started by Davy. Last reply by Doone Dec 6, 2014. 1 Reply

Early humans from Java used shells for tools and engraving long before Homo sapiens did, new research suggests.The findings, published today in the journal …Continue

Tags: University, National, Museum, of, Australia.

Evolution Notes and News

Started by Doone. Last reply by archaeopteryx Jan 8, 2014. 74 Replies

Date of earliest animal life reset by 30 million years…Continue

Tags: News, and, Notes, Evolution

Promoting Evolution Through Cartoons.....

Started by Neo Jul 8, 2013. 0 Replies

I have been watching Cartoon Network lately. Mainly because adult TV has gotten really boring, but I also still love cartoons. One day I was watching this one show called "The World of Gumball" and…Continue

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Comment by Stephen on August 29, 2017 at 3:20pm

Heath D. Watts I agree totally

Comment by Heath D. Watts on August 29, 2017 at 3:03pm

Hi Stephen, A creation myth is not a testable hypothesis. We can't replicate or observe a god creating a universe or creating a man from mud, etc. Creationism has nothing to do with the scientific method.

Comment by Stephen on August 29, 2017 at 2:46pm


Comment by Stephen on August 17, 2017 at 5:40pm

The Earth was once covered almost entirely by ice and the massive glaciers are believed to have played a key role in the emergence of complex life Stephen Hudson/Wikipedia

The Earth was once covered almost entirely by ice and the massive glaciers are believed to have played a key role in the emergence of complex life Stephen Hudson/Wikipedia

Mystery of how first animals appeared on Earth 'solved' by scientists

Giant glaciers that ground mountains to powder during the 'Snowball Earth' period and then dramatic global warming are believed to have helped complex life overthrow once-dominant bacteria

Comment by Stephen on July 13, 2017 at 7:35pm

                             I'm going to miss Dippy

Stand and gaze up in awe. A blue whale skeleton has replaced Dippy the diplodocus at the

Comment by Mrs.B on June 29, 2017 at 8:09pm

There ya go!

Comment by Stephen on June 29, 2017 at 7:52pm


Comment by Stephen on May 25, 2017 at 4:09pm

Creationism and evolution tackled head-on in science lessons | Guardian Investigations

Are some science teachers failing their pupils by not confronting creationist arguments when they come up during lessons on evolution? In this film presented by science journalist Dr Adam Rutherford made to mark the 150th anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species in 2009 Prof Michael Reiss from the Institute of Education, University of London, said many science teachers felt uncomfortable talking about religion, but that refusing to engage with pupils who had creationist views would be counterproductive (a viewpoint that would later get him into trouble). Dr Jeremy Pritchard at the University of Birmingham, and London's Natural History Museum, explain how they are trying to redress the balance

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Comment by Tom Sarbeck on May 19, 2017 at 8:06pm

"...if religion is considered an instinct, and intelligence the ability to rise above one's instincts,....

Ergo, it's so because we say it's so.

Comment by Stephen on May 19, 2017 at 7:59pm

Atheists are more intelligent than religious people, say researchers

New paper sets out to explain negative correlation between faith and intellect found in dozens of past studies

A woman holds a rosary during a rally AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Religious people are less intelligent on average than atheists because faith is an instinct and clever people are better at rising above their instincts, researchers have claimed. 

The theory — called the 'Intelligence-Mismatch Association Model' — was proposed by a pair of authors who set out to explain why numerous studies over past decades have found religious people to have lower average intelligence than people who do not believe in a god.

A 2013 analysis by University of Rochester found “a reliable negative relation between intelligence and religiosity” in 53 out of 63 historic studies.

negative correlation between intelligence and religion makes sense if religion is considered an instinct, and intelligence the ability to rise above one's instincts, say researchers Edward Dutton and Dimitri van der Linden in their new paper published today.

Writing for Springer’s journal of Evolutionary Psychological Science, the authors – who are based at the Ulster Institute for Social Research and Rotterdam University respectively – explained their model is based on the ideas of evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa.

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