Economic Changes Over Time
You’ll never see an exhibit on this at SciTrek: Impact of Giant Meteor Felt in Georgia:
ATLANTA (AP) — A layer of quartz grains found in an east Georgia kaolin mine have been traced to the impact of a giant asteroid that crashed near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay 35 million years ago.
And why will you never see this exhibit (or any other) at SciTrek? Because SciTrek is closing; due in part to a lack of funding.
I wonder what State Superintendent of Schools, Kathy “Don’t Call It Evolution” Cox thinks about this move. She is after all, the mastermind behind the proposed changes to Georgia’s curriculum that would have stricken the word “evolution” from Georgia’s science curriculum and replaced it with the phrase “biological changes over time.”