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NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2016/06/17

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A reminder that you -- yes, you! -- can help NCSE's archives.


NCSE's archives house a unique trove of material on the
creationism/evolution controversy, and we regard it as part of our
mission to preserve it for posterity -- as well as for occasions such
as Kitzmiller v. Dover, where NCSE's archives helped to establish the
creationist antecedents of the "intelligent design" movement. And we
are beginning to amass a similar trove of material on disputes over
climate change education. We cordially invite you now to help NCSE's
archives keep up-to-date by purchasing books through our wish list at And it's not just books -- gifts of needed hardware,
software, and office equipment are welcome, too! All of these
donations are tax-deductible. We're pleased to report that over three
hundred items have been purchased already, and we thank the donors for
their generosity. You can view the catalogue of books in NCSE's
archives at LibraryThing.

For NCSE's wishlist at, visit: 

For NCSE's catalogue at LibraryThing, visit: 


Have you been visiting NCSE's blog, The Science League of America,
recently? If not, then you've missed:

* Steven Newton excoriating Rush Limbaugh for his ignorance of evolution basics: 

* Stephanie Keep discussing the discovery of the gene responsible for
the color of the peppered moth: 

* Josh Rosenau pondering science denial in the context of gun violence research: 

And much more besides!

For The Science League of America, visit: 

Thanks for reading. And don't forget to visit NCSE's website -- -- where you can always find the latest news on 
evolution and climate education and threats to them.


Glenn Branch
Deputy Director
National Center for Science Education, Inc.
1904 Franklin Street, Suite 600
Oakland CA 94612-2922
fax 510-788-7971 

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