The question posed to them was,
"Should evolution be taught in schools?''
It's a lot of "it's only a theory" and both should be thought and few trip themselves up but it is overwhelmingly in evolution's favor.
I counted it up at 32 Yeas, with 3 Nays and 15 saying both should be taught. But that was my own personal tally; you are welcome to your own.
However you can tell that most of these ladies don't understand the concept behind a scientific theory from how the rest of us use theory. That is a simple fix... if they chose to pick up a dictionary... so ya I kinda don't think that will happen but one can hope.
Here is the link;
Well, I think that it was really depressing. The problem is not that they don't know the meaning of the word "Theory".
The real problem is that even the ones who thought that evolution should be taught consider evolution and creationism as equal theories. They talk about evolution as if it was a religion you could or could not believe in.
Not good at all...