Creationism is not on a par with evolution
There never has been a better time to promote claptrap, because we are all afraid of offending someone, says Carol Hunt
IN 1922, US President Woodrow Wilson responded to a query: "Dear Professor Curtiss: May it suffice for me to say in reply to your letter of August 25th, that, of course, like every other man of intelligence and education, I do believe in organic evolution. It surprises me that at this late date such questions should still be raised. Sincerely yours,
But it seems President Wilson spoke too soon. Eighty-odd years later, and the President of the United States is not so sure that God didn't actually create the world in six days just over 7,000 years ago -- fossils and all.