Posts Tagged ‘creationism’

The Infield Fly Rule: Machiavellian Intelligence & Beyond!

I like a fresh banana in the morning with my breakfast. So do the Great Apes. Our kids like to be cuddled in mother’s arms. So do Great Ape and other Primate kids. When we take the time to provide our kids with early literacy training, they can learn the word-letter patterns of their “A-B-C’s” […]


Getting Our Kids Ready for the Competition: "Squaring" Reality with Pi

There are a lot of circles not only in our man-made world but also in the natural world, like the eye of the egret or the ball of the sun. When it’s important to compute the area of the circle, there’s the old Euclidean “Pi” formula, “Circle Area = Pi times the radius of the […]


Getting the Kids Ready for the Competition: STEM Education – When the Predator Becomes the Prey

Contagion isn’t on the Oscar list, but it’s a great movie. Bill Moyers discussed the movie in his February, 26, 2012 broadcast, Are Immunization Exemptions Fair to Us All?. The program explores the distrust many parents have for science, resulting in the expanding religious exemptions granted by states to parents who don’t want their children […]