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Saturday, July 16, 2005

Genetic Seeding Theory Being Taught in Pennsylvania 

ACLU fights 1-minute statement
A Pennsylvania school district sued by the ACLU for a controversial change to its biology curriculum sought judgment in its favor in federal court.

The Dover Area School District, represented by the Thomas More Law Center, became the first in the nation officially to inform biology students of the theory of intelligent design as an alternative to Darwin's theory of Evolution.

The new policy requires teachers to read a one-minute statement at the beginning of biology classes explaining evolution is a theory that continues to be tested and informing students of alternatives.
Alternatives, huh? Hmmmm?
This second group of extraterrestrials is primarily ‘human' and can easily integrate with human society in the manner described by Dean and others where they can be indistinguishable from the rest of humanity. These races are described to be from star systems such as Lyra, Pleiades, Sirius, Procyon, Tau Ceti, Ummo, Andromeda and Arcturus who have provided some of the genetic material for the seeding of humanity on Earth. According to Alex Collier, a total of 22 extraterrestrial races have provided genetic material for the ‘human experiment'. These include Reptilian, Gray and Anunnaki races described earlier as well as those races in this second group which Collier describes as ‘benevolent':
I wonder how much of this "alternative" theory of the origin of life on Earth is mentioned in the satement?

I would be willing to wager none. Not that I find this to be a credible alternative theory mind you. Although it is more based in science than the creationist theory. But those who want this statement are unlikely to insist that alien seeding be given any shrift in the statement they want. The question is, why not insist that ALL alternative theories be taught? Could it be because they don't really care as much about science as they do about proseletyzing?

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