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| The divine comedy|
Explore Evolution is the latest propaganda piece put out by the Discovery Institute. It is part of their attempt to push the concept of teaching the "strengths and weaknesses" of teaching evolution in public schools. Of course, all the weaknesses it pushes comes from other previous works by Discovery Institute fellows like Michael Behe and Jonathan Wells both, of whom merely recycle old creationist claims and declare them to be new arguments. None of the weaknesses in the book are actually weaknesses, and it mostly presents warmed over creationism - which has been refuted countless times.