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What is the debate over evolution and intelligent design? How does accounting for both sides of the debate affect education?
Intelligent design is the belief that all things natural were too complex for anything to have made them but some higher power- an "intelligent designer". Evolution is the belief that species of life developed scientifically.
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User: What is the debate over evolution and intelligent design? How does accounting for both sides of the debate affect education?

Weegy: Intelligent design is the belief that all things natural were too complex for anything to have made them but some higher power- an "intelligent designer". Evolution is the belief that species of life developed scientifically.
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Weegy: Evolutionary theory is a scientific theory which means it is based on all of the evidence that has been build up over the past ~100 years. All the evidence supports evolutionary theory - The theory has been refined over the years. [ [ part of the reason why they call theories theories in science is because in the middle ages they used to call them laws but they realized that the 'law' was slightly insufficient insofar as specific cases were considered. Theories are slightly mutable because they are trying to find a better understanding - to call evolution 'just a theory' is to misunderstand what is meant by 'theory' in the scientific sense. Also, evolution is a fact, it is unquestionably understood that things evolve and that evolution is responsible for the diversity and forms of life. the theory is the best understanding of how this fact occurs. it is like knowing that a plant grows but then trying to come up with an understanding of why growth happens in a plant and how the organs in the plant achieve this by working together. Fact and theory. ] ]
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