The Association of Christian Schools International, which represents more than 800 schools, filed a federal lawsuit Thursday claiming UC admissions officials have refused to certify high school science courses that use textbooks challenging Darwin's theory of evolution.
Yeah, well science courses that don't teach science ought not be certified as science courses. If you're dumb enough to believe creationism--good for you. That's your right. But you've got to accept that it's not science.
So go build your own schools and teach your own hooey, but don't expect the rest of the world to heed your nutty claims. If you want respect in the scientific community, go do some actual research and prove your claims. Develop some testable hypotheses and then test them. That's science. What you're doing is whacked out religious nuttiness. And once again, that's fine. But your religion has no place in science class. It belongs in religion class. One day it'll be taught in ancient history classes and third graders will wonder how a civilization that could send a man to the moon and clone sheep could ever be so stupid.