Talk:Evolution and science
Ed, I just wanted to know if you were going to put supporting evidence for the claims for both sides? I will be willing to help you with this article.--Able806 11:12, 17 April 2008 (EDT)
- Just to be clear: the two sides are not liberals and conservatives but "Liberal claims about evolution" and "Science itself".
- This requires careful winnowing out of real science from liberal claims about science.
- The the following things are not science;
- A statement by a prominent, influential organization endorsing or condemning a particular theory (this is politics or PR)
- A public announcement of a refusal to address a critique of a scientific theory, on the grounds that the author of the critique holds offensive views (e.g., is a Christian)
- I'm willing to collaborate, but only if this means working together. ;-) --Ed Poor Talk 12:06, 17 April 2008 (EDT)
- I would agree. I am not a supporter of all talk and no proof. I would be willing to do the science part, considering background and all. Personaly, I believe there is a misconception caused by all of the talking without evidence that has caused a divergence of what is truly science and what is not. Science is a difficult area to understand but yet we have so many people making statements without the background or training to fully understand what they are speaking of.--Able806 12:11, 17 April 2008 (EDT)
I do not doubt your scores:) Sometimes though a person can be a little rusty when the topic is not used day to day. My example would be that I had a fairly high number of history courses, with high grades, in my time but I would not want to debate anyone in history. I know I have forgotten much of the history I learned.--Able806 14:31, 17 April 2008 (EDT)