On 13/09/10 22:40, Mark Dennehy wrote:
> On 13 September 2010 22:30, Frank Murphy<frankly3d at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is the book about science?,
>> Yes. It's specific topic is the denouncement of evolution in favour of
> intelligent design.
There are people who have differnet viewpoints,
there are those who support and object to both.
I forgot the third, Aliens.
"At what point did the apes say 'Bugger this, we'll stay as apes'"
>>> Where first books are burned etc..
>> Noone is calling for books to be burnt, or even for books to be
> restricted from publication
Would that not be the logical next step, if tax money is being used also
to pulish it or indeed any other book someone may disagree with?
(even though we're one of the few nations
> where there's constitutional support for banning a book like this).
The Constitution was written in a diffrent age for a different age,
I also feel it needs to be badly updated.
> Just don't ask for my tax money to fund your book launch while
> simultaneously embarrassing us on a world-wide stage when we're
> supposed to be relying on our high-tech image to save our economy...
That is anyone's right, but why bring it to the soap box?
That is the real question!
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