When America goes Intelligent

If that's not intelligent design, then what is?* The American education system is taking a fascinating direction, which surely heads towards more intelligent students. I only hope the whole country will take example on the Kansas School Board. This way, Europe won't have to increase too much its budgets for education and research to remain competitive with this new theocracy being so intelligently designed over there. I sure would feel better now, had I been taught intelligent things instead of stupid scientific theories at school. For example intelligent falling instead of gravity (what was Newton thinking smoking?).

Don't miss Boing Boing's $1M Intelligent Design challenge to whoever can produce empirical evidence which proves that Jesus is not the son of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Or their post on Pastafarianism. Or the Flying Spaghetti Monster entry on Wikipedia (if it's on Wikipedia, then it's a fact for sure, but hurry up, the article has been flagged for deletion).

Now where did I put my Lovecraft books? I need to check one or two things about Cthulu.

(*) Yes, that's Intelligent Google Juicing, you can play it too.

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