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To enforce the law, Kansas state police will be trained to investigate and apprehend organisms who exhibit suspected signs of evolutionary behavior, such as natural selection or speciation. Plans are underway to track and monitor DNA strands in every Kansan life form for even the slightest change in allele frequencies.
"From now on, the streets, forests, plains, and rivers of Kansas will be safe from the godless practice of evolution, and species will be able to procreate without deviating from God's intended design," said Bob Bethell, a member of the state House of Representatives. "This is about protecting the integrity of all creation."
The Dead Parrot wrote:Just a small reminder to whomever said that, there is a small clause in the CONSTITUTION that has the slight intention of creating a separation of church and state. I don't know, maybe I'm crazy, but I kind of had the small idea that making a law to ban godless natural occurances kind of had the tiny similarity to a conjuction of church and state. I don't know, maybe these are the ramblings of an old man of 14, but that's what I always thought.
The Dead Parrot wrote:Oh, I didn't read the all of the first post. But still, the fact that I believed it really says something. You can ask Duke, he knows me IRL.
KidDirty wrote:Your association with Duke warrants forgiveness! But as pennance I think it is only fair that you be forced to read no-less than 10 back issues of the onion!