Small win for Science in the UK

Published June 22nd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Clearly a result of the London Pirate Demonstration – A recent statement by the UK prime minister includes the following:

The Government is clear that creationism and intelligent design are not part of the science National Curriculum programmes of study and should not be taught as science.

The full statement can be found here

77 Responses to “Small win for Science in the UK”

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  1. ۞ says:

    Quick register the domain name.

  2. Jingles says:

    The sad thing is, as laid back as we are, we have one of the highest rates of unpaid overtime in any western country :(
    We do know how to drink though, which I suppose is something you might learn on holiday?
    Anyway, pie floaters are a sacrilege. Meat pies are awesome, peas are divine, but never shall the twain meet.

  3. Red Dutch Pasta Wench says:

    Mmmmm, I was thinking of going to Australia next year, but know…..

  4. wench octarine says:

    just goin through old threads to answer questions
    @ alchemist – yes i am a pratchett fan
    and it is infamous… terry got it right on the back of last continent about rincewind being the only person to eat a pie floater while sober…
    @ nikkee – technique involves lots of boose. a (mis)quote from john howard – “obviously thousands of gigalitres” lol.

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