I went to a Creationist Zoo for Darwin Day and this is what I found

The animals went in two by two, Hurrah! Hurrah!

On this day in 1809 Charles Darwin was born. Darwin, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory, established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors, and in a joint publication with Alfred Russel Wallace introduced his scientific theory that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process that he called natural selection. [source]

I personally gained a better understanding of evolutionary theory through the books of Professor Richard Dawkins, such as ‘The Ancestors Tale’, ‘The River Out of Eden’ and ‘The Blind Watchmaker’. I would recommend such books to anyone who is undecided on the subject, or who wants to grasp the subject and explore it as fully as possible. It can be confusing, especially with alternative ideas being presented as valid science. Creationism, for example. Continue reading I went to a Creationist Zoo for Darwin Day and this is what I found

S.P.U.C on Porn at school

A while ago I signed up for every email alert and e-newsletter that the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children send out because I want to know exactly what they’re doing and saying as I think they are an organisation that need to be confronted at every possible opportunity because of the way they lobby the government with their bigoted ideas behind the smokescreen of Christianity. They represent Christians just as much as I represent trees, just so we’re clear. Since mid-June I’ve noticed an increase in the number of emails I am getting from them about the evils of The Sex Education Forum… Continue reading S.P.U.C on Porn at school