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Compiled by Wendy Cunningham
|I.||Sites describing and/or supporting evolution|
|II.||Sites describing and/or promoting creationism|
|III.||Position statements by scientific and educational groups|
|V.||Keep Kansas out of your back yard: What you can do|
|VI.||The Kansas Decision and other recent creationism vs. evolution school debates|
|VIII.||Articles, essays, books, reports, and press releases|
|IX.||GSA members speak out at GSA's 1999 Annual Meeting|
|X.||Participate in the debate by teaching a class Past GSA Treasurer David Dunn provides a syllabus and annotated bibliography for his University of Texas at Dallas course Geology Refutes Creationism|
Evolution and Creationism
If you are looking for a way to participate more actively in the creationism vs. evolution discussion, consider signing up for some of the following interactive forums:
Submit articles for inclusion in the Talk.Origins Archive. The Talk.Origins Archive resulted from a usernet newsgroup "devoted to the discussion and debate of biological and physical origins. Most discussions in the newsgroup center on the creation/evolution controversy...." This site provides a mechanism for submitting mainstream articles for potential (pending critique and revision) inclusion in the Talk.Origins archive. NOTE: There is also a way to join the talk.origins usernet newsgroup, although it may not be intuitive to those unfamiliar with the technology.
Participate in discussion forums. The Kansas Citizens for Science Web site offers discussion forums on the relationship between religion and science, science-related books, K12 issues, and Kansas Citizens for Science news and events.
Receive weekly e-mails. The Kansas Citizens for Science Web site also offers a weekly e-mail delivery service for more information on news stories, relevant URLs, and notices of upcoming (Kansas-based) events.
Receive an electronic newsletter. The World of Richard Dawkins (http://www.world-of-dawkins.com/) site offers an electronic newsletter with information on topics such as upcoming Richard Dawkins events and major news stories related to evolution.