Evolution Hall of Shame
A state legislator in Georgia has an interesting view:
A theory can be wrong. If it's wrong, or possibly could be wrong, don't teach it. Teach it with facts. If you've got facts to back it up, that's great,
That's Ben Bridges, a Republican from the Northern Georgia town of Cleveland. Dr. Sarah Pallas, a biology professor from Georgia State University has an intelligent and clear response:
The idea that matter is made of atoms is a theory. The idea that there is some kind of force that brings us back to earth if we jump up is a theory, it's called gravitational theory. If we're not allowed to talk about one theory, then we shouldn't be allowed to talk about all other theories.