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Ken Ham, Creationism (general)
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02.24.2016

Writing Letters to Editors About AIG’s Creation “Museum”

Even if you are not eligible to sign this statement, there are lots of ways to support good science education. For example, if your local newspapers cover the AIG “museum,” be sure to respond to any inaccurate representations. Write a letter to the editor!

  • Decide on just one or two points to make in your letter.
  • Refer directly to the published article(s) you wish to address.
  • Be aware of your tone. Think about the readers you are trying to reach.
  • Provide your contact information.

List of

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Ken Ham, Creationism (general)
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02.24.2016

List of Current Signatories Addressing AIG’s Creation “Museum”

Scientsts and faculty concerned about scientifically inaccurate exhibits at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, operated by Answers in Genesis, a fundamentalist Christian ministry.

Signatory and Institutional Affiliation
Steve Rissing Ohio State University; Dept of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology
Brian McEnnis Ohio State University, Department of Mathematics
Jeffrey K. McKee Ohio State University, Department of Anthropology
Miriam Kannan Northern Kentucky University
Arnold I. Miller University of Cincinnati,

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Ken Ham, Creationism (general)
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02.24.2016

Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana Institutions Represented Addressing AIG’s Creation “Museum”

The statement of concern has been signed by scientists from the institutions below.

Please note: This list is provided for reference only. It does not imply endorsement by the institutions listed.
 

KENTUCKY


Alice Lloyd Coll
Bellarmine Univ
Berea Coll
Big Sandy Comm and Tech Coll
Bluegrass Comm Coll
Campbellsville Univ
Centre Coll
Eastern Kentucky Univ
Georgetown Coll
Hazard Comm and Tech Coll
Henderson Comm Coll
Kentucky Archeological Survey
Lindsey Wilson Coll

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Ken Ham, Creationism (general)
Campaign
02.24.2016

Scientific Inaccuracies at AIG’s Creation “Museum”

Parents, educators, scientists, clergy, and other citizens are concerned about scientifically inaccurate exhibits at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, operated by Answers in Genesis, a fundamentalist Christian ministry.

The statement below has been prepared by and for scientists in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Please feel free to sign if you are a scientist (faculty or post-doctoral level) from these states. And please circulate this statement among your colleagues.

The National Center for Science Education is administering the collection of signatures. If you

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