Yes I did read the article, I found it to be one sided. I could write you an essay saying my opinions, about who is winning the debate of "evolution" vs "creationism" but I wont. Your article dismisses parents of autistic kids with alternative ideas as to what caused the autism, even though they have research and real science in the corner as well (Dr Andrew Wakefield). For every article saying one perspective, there can be many others stating and supporting the opposite side as well. Like Global warming, how does your articles author get off saying in broad terms that people still dispute climate change. That is broad and misleading, people do however debate the cause of global warming. And I don't think a cow passing gas is the culprit, nor is my pick-up truck. And just how do these carbon credits help the climate get stabile again. Oh, they dont!
The widening world of handpicked truths is a fitting title for this r-evolutionary.
[Edited by Brandy Allen (3/11/2016 7:30:34 PM)]