New target for evolution foes: Gravity (satire)

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"If a group of concerned parents gets its way, high school physics students may soon be required to learn about alternative explanations of gravity," writes Cole. "The parents say that a one-sided focus on Newton's so-called universal law of gravitation is unfair to students who don't believe in gravity. If they prevail, physics teachers may be forced to read a statement acknowledging that our understanding of gravity is just a theory." (The Swift Report)

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