New Mexico Scientists Fight Taxpayer-Funded Evolution Celebration
Two New Mexico scientists hope next yearâs Darwin Days celebration at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science may evolve into a more civilized affair. If their challenge to the stateâs use of its publicly funded institution and taxpayer money to denigrate religion and promote atheism can gain traction with state officials, media, and the public, the event could include talks on intelligent design and creation.
A flier promoting Darwin Days at the museum in February listed New Mexicans for Science & Reason, Humanist Society of New Mexico, and Freedom From Religion, Albuquerque as museum co-sponsors, stoking the anger of James Campbell and Michael Edenburn. âIt is my understanding that the religion clauses of the First Amendment require that states âpursue a course of complete neutrality toward religion,ââ Campbell wrote in a letter to the governor of New Mexico on Feb. 3.âIs it...
Darwinism/evolution is such an antiquated, provably false notion but still taught as gospel in the textbooks as being mans beginning. The textbooks are even littered with false information and outright hoaxes that have never been updated to reflect the new, or non-information. A person doesn't even need to be a Christian to see the gross error of evolutionary theory, knowing there must be something else. Many scientists have abandoned the theory in recent times but are so against anything God, that they have sided with panspermia, etc, instead of even considering the obvious.