His efforts, needless to say, have not gone unnoticed — particularly by his opponents. He's been called the Anti-Christ, a stooge of "godless liberal college professors," and was even accused of causing Hurricane Katrina. Kopplin coolly brushes these incidents aside, saying they're just silly distractions.
[quote]After an Alternet story came out about a school in the Louisiana voucher program teaching that the Loch Ness Monster was real and disproved evolution,
OMFG! Seriously? They have the nerve to equate their garbage with any type of science?
Reading the comments on that page is even more discouraging. People who think Galileo was a biologist? WTF!?!?! And the ones who speak out against evolution while at the same time displaying they have no idea what evolution actually covers.
Does he ever expose how terrifying some parts of the USA really are.
He has a great schnoz.
He gives me hope for the future. Reasonable, articulate and sane!
r4, watch the three tapes linked where Louisiana Senators question and challenge him - it's plenty terrifying.
Why don't scientists do more to oppose this creationist inanity?
He is gorgeous - and smart & poised & articulate too.
In his acceptance speech for the Hefner First Amendment Award at the Playboy Mansion in L.A., he mentions the LGBT community ...wonder if he is family? Lord i hope so... ;)