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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.

Location: #science
Members: 60
Latest Activity: May 16

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

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 Mrs.B on February 19, 2016 at 8:24pm

Reconstructing the face must be so interesting to see as it takes on a ''life''.

Comment by doone on February 19, 2016 at 8:17pm

Scientific reconstructions reveal that neanderthals were much more photogenic & better looking than you think.


Comment by Chris on February 8, 2016 at 12:59am

Why are we here - just because.

Zika and other mosquito born virus' will spread with global warming. 

The Mason Dixon line in the U.S. was a dividing line for mosquito virus'

The West Nile Virus has spread as far north as Alaska.

Comment by Mrs.B on February 8, 2016 at 12:45am

Such an interesting man!

Comment by Stephen on February 7, 2016 at 8:22pm

Comment by Chris on January 28, 2016 at 5:43am

Monsanto _ Glyophosphate.

What would would the world look like without it?

Comment by Chris on January 28, 2016 at 5:24am

State experts to study food safety of irrigation with oilfield wast...

January 12, 2016 5:20 pm  • 

RANCHO CORDOVA — More farmers in drought-stricken California are using oilfield wastewater to irrigate, and a new panel on Tuesday began taking one of the state’s deepest looks yet at the safety of using the chemical-laced water on food crops.

In the fourth year of California’s drought, at least five oilfields in the state are now passing along their leftover production fluid to water districts for irrigation, for recharging underground water supplies, and other uses, experts said.

Chevron and the California offshoot of Occidental Petroleum are among the oil companies supplying oilfield wastewater for irrigating tens of thousands of acres in California. Almond, pistachio and citrus growers are the main farmers already using such water.

California’s aging oilfields require intensive drilling methods and generate lots of wastewater. In Central California’s San Joaquin Valley, a center of the state’s agriculture and oil businesses, oil companies in 2013 produced 150 million barrels of oil — and nearly 2 billion barrels of wastewater.

Central California leads the country in food production. It’s also the main oil-producing base in California, the country’s No. 3 oil-and-gas producing state.

Comment by Chris on January 28, 2016 at 5:17am

Water, something to bathe in and occationally drink.

If one believes the world is only 6,600 years old then lead ,depleted uranium, or any other poisons don't matter. 

It's a young earth!

For fun in warfare Depleted Uranium is used to win a battle regardless of the long term consequences.

Didn't Dow write : Fresh, Safe, and Secure: The Whole Package?

Young earthers don't care, because after all yahew will provide.

Comment by doone on January 26, 2016 at 6:11pm

Judge Orders Kentucky To Give Millions In Subsidies To Creationist Amusement Park
The state of Kentucky must give millions of dollars in tax subsidies to a Noah’s Ark theme park owned by a creationist ministry, even though that ministry refuses to comply with the state’s request not to engage in hiring discrimination, according to an opinion by a George W. Bush appointee to the federal bench ...(read more)
Comment by Chris on January 25, 2016 at 10:12am

It seems there sould be a "Seperation of Church and State" group.

I just received an email about group that tracks Legislation in the U.S.

Legislation Tracker.

Worried About Legislation In Your State? Stay Informed Using AU’s New State Bill Tracker

As state legislatures convene across the country to start their 2016 legislative sessions, Americans United is gearing up our Protect Thy Neighbor (PTN) project to monitor and fight legislation that would allow individuals, businesses, and government employees to harm others in the name of religion.

Now, you can follow along too by using PTN’s new legislation tracking page. Keep up with the latest news, legislative information, and ways to take action in the states and on the federal level. We'll update the status of bills every Tuesday and Friday, and provide you with latest legislative news as it breaks.

The 5 Worst State Legislative Ideas of the Year . . . So Far.
Georgia Lawmakers Look to Pass "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" (RFRA) and "First Amendment Defense Act" (FADA) - Georgia could be ground zero in the fight over so-called “religious freedom” bills this session.

Indiana RFRA Redux - Last year, Indiana ignited a national firestorm when it adopted its state RFRA. Inexplicably, Indiana legislators are eager to relive that experience this year.

Florida RFRA on Steroids - Lawmakers want to add language to an existing RFRA to provide blanket religious exemptions to businesses, health care providers, and child placement agencies.

Kentucky Marriage Bills - In a reaction to Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis’s refusal to allow anyone in her office to provide a marriage certificate to same-sex couples, the Kentucky legislature has introduced four bills that would allow government employees and officials to deny marriage licenses or refuse to solemnize marriages if they object to the marriages on the basis of religion.

New Mexico RFRA Expansion – A new bill would make the state’s existing RFRA worse by allowing for-profit companies to use the legislation to obtain religious exemptions and permitting people and corporations to use RFRA against private parties rather than just the government.

It was hard to limit this list of terrible ideas to only five - we're tracking and fighting so many other bad bills, and we expect many more as state sessions get underway. Stay tuned and check the new PTN legislative tracker regularly for up-to-date information and news.

Maggie Garrett
AU Legislative Director

Americans United for Seperation of Church and State


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