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Derek McMillan

Science v Fundamentalism

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I have shown a bit of "The Root of all Evil" to my class *in East Grinstead* so I wait to see if a Fundamentalist Jihad will descend upon me.

It is quite easy to download resources from the net and the whiteboard is a very good way to display them. I also think if people have a right to practice their religion then I have a right to practice my lack of religion. Dawkins' film is a useful contribution to the debate.

It is not as though I were showing them Bill Hicks.

"And on the seventh day, god stepped back and said "There is my creation, perfect in every way... oh, dammit I left pot all over the place. Now they'll think I want them to smoke it... Now I have to create republicans."

"You ever noticed how people who believe in Creationism look really unevolved? You ever noticed that? Eyes real close together, eyebrow ridges, big furry hands and feet. "I believe God created me in one day" Yeah, looks like He rushed it."

Although I have thought about it!

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