Let's design an intelligent debate about science policy

Gifford, Ron
November 2005
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/14/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p16
The article comments on the need for science policies for the emerging technologies in intelligence designs in Indianapolis, Indiana. The state should embrace the side of the intelligent design debate that best promotes economic development in Indiana. If public schools are mandated to teach intelligent design alongside biology, geology, anthropology and zoology, it will increase the number of technically trained workers in the state.


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