The Onion, the famous source of fake and funny news, has announced that it is to become a legitimate news agency with real news (but "not less biased than all the others"), because, after all, nothing is funnier than real world disasters and politics (but I repeat myself).
Following Ayala receiving the Templeton Prize, the National Academy of Sciences will soon start accepting as members people who have contributed to the increase of knowledge through personal revelation and otherwise unverifiable experience.
Beginning with the May 1st edition, Carnival of Evolution will start accepting posts on commercial blogs that only tangentially deals with science, if they agree to support the admin financially.
The Catholic Church have, after much pressure following the sexual abuse scandals, agreed to cease and desist any moral condemnation of the use of condoms. Commentators predict this will be followed by peace and prosperity in the next generations to come all over the world.
The American Philosophical Association have settled both the nature/nurture debate (a statistically significant difference of 54% vs. 45%, respectively, with 1% to be under the control of Chuck Norris).
In the world of blogging ScienceBlogs have finally admitted that too much blogging about non-scientific issues is a bad thing, and have promised to deal with its black sheep (primarily PZ, of course).
Science books for 14-year-olds
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