- 2013 Kenneth Miller regresses in his explanation of science
- 2011 Testing evolution by experiments and observations
- 2009 — Kenneth Miller boasts of robustness of future Texas biology books coverage of evolution
- 2009 Editorial in the Austin American-Statesman the week before adopting new science standards
- Is this science?
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Miller and Levine’s Scientific Honesty? When it comes to explaining how science works, Kenneth Miller and Joe Levine are the Jekyll and Hyde of biology textbook authors. In their 2011 on-line textbook for Texas school children, they masterfully explain … Continue reading
Major Blow to Evolution In “The Emperor’s New Clothes” the deceivers’ spell is broken by a simple child’s cry. In science, evolution’s spell could be broken by some simple youth textbooks—new biology books in Texas that expose evolution’s … Continue reading
Science story June 2009
Austin American-Statesman Opinion COMMENTARY McLeroy: Enlisting in the culture war Don McLeroy, SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR Wednesday, March 25, 2009 What is the greatest challenge facing science education in Texas? The answer is simple: to make sure an excellent teacher is in … Continue reading
Comments on evolutionary convergence from Kenneth Miller’s Only a Theory, page 152-153 … Run the tape of life again, starting from the Cambrian or wherever one might choose, and it’s almost inconceivable that you’d get hairless bipedal primates with … Continue reading
HoustonChronicle.com — http://www.HoustonChronicle.com | Section: Viewpoints, Outlook Oct. 22, 2003, 6:40PM Keep good science in, dogma out of textbooks By DON McLEROY THE State Board of Education is required by law to adopt textbooks that are factually correct and adequately cover the … Continue reading
Historical Reality An analysis writteni n 2003 that uses logical argument to show the weakness of evolution.