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This week a part of Ohio’s state legislature determined college students have a proper to be mistaken in terms of their faith; screw no matter these nutty scientists say!

On Wednesday the Ohio House of Representatives handed the “Student Religious Liberties Act,” a legislation prohibiting college students from being penalized when their work is scientifically incorrect as long as they attribute it to their spiritual beliefs, a neighborhood information outlet reported. Rather than utilizing foolish metrics primarily based on logic and demonstrable info, lecturers ought to as an alternative grade college students on “ordinary academic standards of substance and relevance” in these instances in accordance with the invoice. It doesn’t elaborate on how one can parse that openly doublespeak decree.

The invoice now strikes on to the state’s Republican-controlled Senate for the ultimate OK.

With this laws, any spiritual content material a scholar contains of their homework or different assignments can’t be thought of incorrect no matter no matter that content material could contradict. So, for occasion, if a check asks what began World War II, and a scholar claims it was the flying spaghetti monster—as, in spite of everything, this invisible cosmic being has used its noodly appendages to orchestrate mankind’s historical past behind the scenes because it created the life, the universe, and all the pieces—then they legally can’t be marked mistaken.

Or if, say, you had been a part of a faith I simply based after listening to this information that believes all written numbers are demonic iconography that summons tiny gremlins who will cease at nothing to burrow into your eyeholes, countermand your mind, and pressure you to reenact viral TikToks in perpetuity, then I guess sorry Miss Sanders however Timmy can’t do his math homework. Ever.

Also, Fridays are a no-go too. They’re a holy day, in spite of everything, celebrating the delivery of our Lord, Savior, and supreme international executioner a la Godzilla-style carnage and mayhem: Mark Zuckerberg.


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