http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Schmeiser says that:
"He testified that he then harvested that crop, saved it separately from his other harvest, and intentionally planted it in 1998"
So perhaps you could use your superior search engine skills to find an actual, real example of a farmer being sued by Monsanto that did not intentionally harvest and plant patented seeds?
Music actually impairs cognitive abilities, especially if you’re trying to memorize lists or items, according to the UK study. The lyrics and the changing notes will only distract you. Even as you focus on what you’re trying to memorize, you’ll get thrown off.
The benefits of listening to music seem to work best before studying. When you hear something you like, researchers explain, it reinforces your good mood allowing you to improve your performance. It is thus advisable to listen to music before you start your interactive academic tutorial sessions to get better grades. Your online tutorials will be more effective when you are in the right frame of mind for studying."
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The problem arises with the separation of church and state. Claiming one is true over the other is the same as saying the other is false. And since the government cannot force religious views on you, it simple cannot force the opinion that they are false or one is more right on you either. And that is not even touching the fact that evolution does not disprove creationism whatsoever at all. Nowhere in science does it say that seeing something happen one way means it's the only way possible.
Following your argument through to its logical conclusion means that if any claim by any religious sect contradicts the school curriculum we could no longer teach that topic. It is not just creationism, by the time you add in the beliefs of the raelians, scientologists and every other cult out there, you'd not be able to teach anything at all. Should we not teach Native American history because the mormons tell us they are a lost tribe of Israel and therefore teaching their real history is now prohibited by seperation of church and state? What a ludicrous concept.
Evolution is the best scientific description we have of the diversity of life we see on the planet and that is why we teach it in science class. Whatever your other views on creationism, it is a wholly religious idea and has no place in the science classroom.