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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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Latest Activity: Jan 28

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."

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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.

Why Being Human Makes Evolution Hard to Understand

Started by Neal. Last reply by Neal Feb 17, 2014. 4 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

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 archaeopteryx on December 22, 2015 at 8:52am

Sadly, Doone, those who most needed to hear Darren's message were likely lost as an audience as soon as he began using multisyllable words.

Comment by Chris on December 22, 2015 at 6:37am
Comment by Mrs.B on December 21, 2015 at 11:55pm

I talk good too, doone.

Comment by doone on December 21, 2015 at 11:48pm


Comment by Davy on November 18, 2014 at 1:07pm

Study offers first global picture of the evolutionary origins of proteins

Each cell contains thousands of proteins, each one of which bears a unique signature. All proteins, distinct in shape and function, are built from the same amino acid strings. Many proteins are vital, as evidenced by the plethora of diseases linked to their absence or malfunction. But how exactly did proteins first come to be? Do they all share a single common ancestor? Or did proteins evolve from many different origins?

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Comment by archaeopteryx on February 2, 2014 at 9:09am

"A substantial fraction of the Neanderthal genome persists in modern human populations."

I just KNEW there had to be an explanation for my son-in-law!

Comment by Neal on February 2, 2014 at 4:54am

You're up late or early. =)

Comment by doone on February 2, 2014 at 3:48am

Another interesting tidbit, we may get lighter color skin from Neanderthals

Neanderthal lineages excavated from modern human genomes

January 29, 2014
University of Washington
A substantial fraction of the Neanderthal genome persists in modern human populations. A new approach for analyzing whole-genome sequencing data from 665 people from Europe and East Asia shows that more than 20 percent of the Neanderthal genome survives in the DNA of this contemporary group. Significant amounts of population-level DNA sequences might be obtained from extinct groups even in the absence of fossilized remains, because these archaic sequences might have been inherited by other individuals from whom scientists can gather genomic data.
Comment by doone on February 2, 2014 at 3:41am

Humanity's most recent common male ancestor emerged earlier than thought: 209,000 years ago, study finds

January 22, 2014
University of Sheffield
Our most recent common male ancestor emerged some 209,000 years ago -- earlier than many scientists previously thought, according to new research.
Comment by doone on January 11, 2014 at 1:43pm

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