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Teaching evolution

I agree with teaching creationism in science classes wholeheartedly, as it is important for students to hear multiple viewpoints so they can choose for themselves the theory that makes the most sense to them. I am concerned, however, that students will only hear one alternative theory regarding the origin of species. Let us remember that there are multiple theories of how species developed. I and millions other around the world strongly believe that the universe was created by a Flying Spaghetti Monster, who created all that we see and we feel around us. The overwhelming evidence resulting from centuries of systematic and methodical research that show new species are a consequence of evolutionary processes is nothing more than coincidence, put in place by Him, and the reams of scientific results proving the existence of Evolution are a result of the Flying Spaghetti Monster changing the evidence with His Noodly Appendages. If we are to start teaching our children supernatural alternatives to long established scientific fact, then it is only fair that ALL of the alternatives given equal time. Perhaps one day we can look forward to the time when all three theories are given equal time in our science class rooms: one third of the time for Creationism, one third of the time devoted to Flying Spaghetti Monsterism, and one third of the time for the teaching of logical conjecture based on overwhelming observable evidence.

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