Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Can Fossils Be Unconstitutional?

If Greek philosophy can be banned in a California high school, we should ask again if 500 million year old fossils can be unconstitutional. I recently updated my My Favorite Posts post to include Unconstitutional Fossils, in which I discuss a Washington Post editorial. This post also happened to get a lot of comments.


At January 18, 2006 12:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mention the Cambrian fossils (Walcott) as an example of ignored paleontology, but there's a better one: Hans Reck's OH1. Louis Leakey, Richard's father, initially verified its authenticity, but he had to recant after almost 20 years of being treated as a pariah by evolutionary dogmatists.


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