Texas once again showing off it's awesome education system.


Nearly a third of Texans believe humans and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time, and more than half disagree with the theory that humans developed from earlier species of animals, according to the
University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll...

 

http://www.texastribune.org/texas-education/public-education/texans...

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Those numbers aren't much worse than the average for the US, are they?  I think it's right around 50% that believe in Creationism.

 

Ah, here we go:  http://www.religioustolerance.org/ev_public.htm.  40%; still not good, but not as bad.

really, i just feel sorry for them sometimes!
I feel sorry for the ignorant that were never given the opportunity to learn.  The ignorant by choice and those that take pride in their ignorance, I feel no sympathy for.
I feel sorry for the country. These morons vote, you know.
Yeah, unfortunately far more often than racial minorities and wishy-washy liberals who would vote Democrat.  It's freaking annoying.
Hate to break the news to them, but I don't think "When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth" was a documentary.

This is my home state so I headdesk whenever they say stuff like this.

 

Dear Country,

Read a science book.

-Sincerely, Wylie.

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