The Holyrood Dinosaur, John Mason MSP, has pooped again. Last month he told us that science can’t disprove the theory that the Earth was created in six days. He’s quite right, of course; according to his chosen standards, no one can ever disprove anything. This month, however, he is busy telling us what is or is not important for schools to teach. His exact words, according to the Sunday Herald, were
… you can argue science is all about theories, but there is enough to teach in science without having to go into how old the earth might or might not be.
Good idea. Let’s just take out of the science syllabus everything that requires having to go into how old the Earth might or might not be. Goodbye to:
Everything to do with the Big Bang, the initial formation of hydrogen and helium, the formation of gas clouds…
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