Teaching evolution in South African schools

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Mefiante (April 28, 2008, 12:28:52 PM):
(I wonder who did all the work to create the universe)
Good point. Myself, I wonder who did all the work to create the creator. And the creator’s creator. And the creator’s creator’s creator. And the…

'Luthon64
Centre (April 30, 2008, 00:09:19 AM):
"leaving no net creation of mass or energy". My point exactly.
Mefiante (April 30, 2008, 09:55:02 AM):
"leaving no net creation of mass or energy". My point exactly.
The universe might have a zero nett energy content, including that “locked up” in the form of mass. If true, the universe, in the words of Alan Guth, is “the Ultimate Free Lunch.”

'Luthon64
Armando (April 09, 2009, 19:03:01 PM):
I have seen the warning and my post will probably come to nothing. But if not, what the person said there about "the energy of a closed system being equal to the amount of energy supplied to it plus the word done on it" is bunk. That's only the one side of the equation: the other side naturally substracts any "energy" or "work" (which come down to the same thing). So: The energy of a closed system is equal to the energy (or work) supplied to it MINUS the energy (or work) done by it.
Armando.
beLIEf (May 16, 2011, 18:48:31 PM):
I know this topic is old but there is no mention in the threads of the research/ book by the Human Science Research Council about Evolution and Education in South Africa entitle "The Architect and the Scaffold" It is free to download on pdf http://www.hsrcpress.ac.za/product.php?productid=1923&freedownload=1

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