Presumably, if you are reading this, you have a bit of a bias towards America. No one can divorce himself from who they are and what their belief system is.(If there are those who hail from other countries, presumably you have a bias towards your home country. Therefore, creationists gladly admit that they begin with the existing framework of the Bible.Incidentally, Coyote, the last time I posted this, you merely attacked the source and did not answer the objections at all, and then tried to bury me under a big "tons of evidence" claim.(When I have reiterated over and over again that the evidence is the same, the interpretation is different.) Bias is not a bad thing.Some commentators were quick to label Giertych a religious bigot, ridicule his views and boldly question his competence. Kielan-Jaworowska: 'There are people who still believe that not the earth is going round the sun but the sun round the earth.
The account of the special creation of Adam and Eve as one man and one woman and their subsequent fall into sin is the basis for our belief in the necessity of a Savior for all mankind. Anytime preconceived beliefs, such as these, override the scientific method, an individual is doing apologetics, not science.
We are deeply ashamed that he got the title of a professor and that he is a biologist.' But not everyone feels that ideology on the verge of religious bigotry is on Giertych's side of the debate.
Dr Otto Neuman of the Polish Creationist Society: 'That is a heritage of communism when evolutionary doctrines were taught in schools like a kind of religion.' Meanwhile Giertych and his non-Darwinian colleagues say they want to stay away from the emotional dispute and focus on an honest scholarly debate in the spirit of academic freedom.
When scientists stop following that method, they are no longer doing science.
Here is a good example: The Creation Research Society has the following on their home page: The Creation Research Society is a professional organization of trained scientists and interested laypersons who are firmly committed to scientific special creation.