When the Gallup Poll asked people about their views on the subject in March, 47 percent of Americans polled said that God created humans pretty much in their present form some time in the last 10,000 years. That belief was strongest among those with less education, regular churchgoers, people 65 and older, and Republicans.
4:30 — IED Construction Dos and Don’ts with the Chemistry Department (Baker 101 E) What has some bang? What fizzles? Don’t embarrass yourself—come to this instructional seminar!
7:30 — Make your own kidnapping video with the Film Department (Schwartz SB23) Ropes, victims, masks, and large blades provided.
“Of course, they fight with all of those languages and cultures. I mean, look at us, all we have is English and we get along, while the Iraqis with their Shiites and Sunnis can’t stop fighting one another.”
Are we ensconsed in a sociopolitical era where individuality, logic and objectivity don’t matter any more and hive-mind anecdotes prevail? Such egregiously fallacious outlooks are increasingly reinforced to the extent that they are taken as fact. Considering the wellbeing of America’s educational and legislative future, this is very troublesome.