Knoxville, Tennessee - A bill passed in Tennessee yesterday will allow the teaching of creationism in classrooms. The bill will now allow religion to be discussed in science classes…right where it belongs, right? The law encourages teachers to “present the scientific strengths and scientific weaknesses of existing scientific theories covered in the course being taught.” The only theories stated in the bill, however, are biological evolution, the chemical origins of life, global warming, and human cloning. The bill offers protections for teachers who help students critique “scientific weaknesses” of certain theories.The problem is that there is no important “scientific weakness” in the theory of evolution that could scientifically undermine it. Scientists agree that it is the animating principle of modern biology. Scientists also agree on the reality of climate change. Knoxville resident Billy Ray Jenkins, a strong supporter of the bill, says that “it’s about time we teach our kids what’s right and what ain’t right, and this evolution and climate change stuff ain’t nothing but a bunch of hooey fooey dark magic!” Another bill supporter that we spoke to, Jimmy John Buford, echoed those thoughts, stating “Ain’t no room anymore for this hully gully evolution business! There’s only one way of thinking that’s right and now we can get it taught!” In fact, every person we spoke to seemed to support the bill, as they all said the same thing, that “science ain’t real and it ought not to be spoke of.” Then, for some reason, they all shouted “Dale Earnhardt Jr., baby! Get em, Junior!” which was a bit off putting considering no one had said a single word about NASCAR.