The Kansas Board of Education has voted to "redefine" science, in order to allow for the teaching of intelligent design.

Have you ever wished you had the power to telepathically make people's heads explode, like in Scanners? And then had the means to take a road trip through Kansas?

I'm just sayin'.

(Now, I'm not one to diss anyone for their belief in God. In fact, I happen to believe in a higher power of some variety. But there's that little thing in the Constitution about separating church and state. I like that part. Ideally, it prevents the establishment of state-sponsored religion, which always ends badly. Always. So let's keep that part of this august document in mind when we go making our silly laws, okay?)

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