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The Discovery Institute is so closed-minded, you know? I mean, it’s great that they want to teach the controversy about evolution and intelligent design, but what about other legitimate scientific controversies? Educating the public about supernatural creation is all well and great, however, they’re missing out on prime opportunities to also teach:

  • geocentrism,
  • the fall of Atlantis,
  • classical Greek chemistry,
  • the Flat Earth theory,
  • E.S.P’s existence,
  • ancient Egyptian cosmology,
  • the Invisible Pink Unicorn’s existence, and
  • the fact that the Pyramids were built by UFOs

But don’t worry, dear readers, you can pick up where the Discovery Institute left it: just by wearing one of these t-shirts!

Show support for your favourite discarded (pseudo)scientific hypothesis! I know I’m going to kick it old school and get one with this graphic on it:

turtle

For those still rooted to their religi-, I mean, scientific cause, you can proudly display your faith with this graphic:

devil

Satan sure loves those fossils!

Don't stress.

Informal Skepticism seeks to discuss skeptical, scientific and religious topics in a way that won't make you stay awake at night, increase your blood pressure or cause stress-induced hallucinations.

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