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I wasn't born this way, Blue Fairy! It was in a public school that they told me that the earth was flat and I, the gullible fool, believed them.

You and your children don't have to suffer this travesty. All you need to do is print and stick these nifty disclaimer stickers for science books:

This book contains material about special relativity. Special Relativity is a scientific theory, and very few scientists fully understand it. This material should be approached with an open mind, studied carefully, and critically considered.
MY favorite still stays

This book discusses evolution. President George W. Bush said,"On the issue of evolution, the verdict is still out on how God created the Earth." Therefore, untill 2008, this material...
which public school did you go to ? an armed with such information u got accepted at .I.I.T ?too bad u were in the copernican age or was it copernicus who refuted this belief ?don't know why dont you check it out ?lemme know
ex-admirer of ur column in mid-day
by the way james norton rocks also love the monsters inc character on the blog
don't u think that we should have disclaimer stickers for history textbooks ?imagine the chaos it wud lead to?regarding who were shivaji's real parents to did shivaji really exist or is he just a figment of imagination?now tht be fun!too bad am not in school anymore *sulk*
well, I think they should have this disclaimer in all textbooks!
Only about a third of Americans believe that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution is a scientific theory that has been well supported by the evidence, while just as many say that it is just one of many theories and has not been supported by the evidence. The rest say they don't know enough to say. Forty-five percent of Americans also believe that God created human beings pretty much in their present form about 10,000 years ago. A third of Americans are biblical literalists who believe that the Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.
see ur were not alone when ur were this guillible public school boy who believed what he was taught in school!
Are all the anonymous' the same person? In school, there were some kids who thought that Anon. under a poem was the name of a poet.

Actually, I saw Anon so often that I thought he was someone famous. Then one day the English teacher confessed the truth. She had no idea who Anonymous was.

She was sexy, though.
well phal its me ?!!!!!!!!!!
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