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Why are scientists refusing to take seriously a lawyer who wants his “non-religious” objections to evolutionary theory included in school science classes? What makes them think they know more about science than he does? WorldNetDaily has the story, while a teacher involved in the dispute gives his account here.

UPDATE: Pharyngula (third item) links to the Discovery Institute’s pdf of Caldwell’s complaint. Caldwell has enlisted Phil Skell, a Chemistry professor who recently sent lengthly emails to Pharyngula in which he proudly displayed his stupidity. See here and here.