Our Five Points

Point 1: We examine scientific evidence carefully and present it with honesty and integrity, especially to school and college students, both on our websites and through professionally produced media and resources.

Point 2: We expose the assumptions and methodological errors in some of today’s widely accepted scientific models, and point out what is conjecture and based on a materialistic worldview.

Point 3: In particular, we seek to clarify the meaning of the term “Evolution”, so as to avoid careless acceptance of all its claims and supposed implications.

Point 4: We advocate models based on rigorous, observable scientific evidence in contrast to unproven hypotheses lacking in experimental support.

Point 5: We seek to lobby the Department for Education to permit, rather than censor, the attitude of healthy criticism integral to the scientific method, in school and college classrooms and laboratories.