Living in a Bubble

Contrary to popular belief amongst those of us living in the evolutionary bubble, there is no world-wide consensus supporting evolutionary theory as science. In fact, there are only 12 countries that mandate the teaching of evolution in public schools. Those countries are:

  1. Australia
  2. Brazil
  3. Denmark
  4. Netherlands
  5. Norway
  6. Poland
  7. Serbia
  8. Pakistan
  9. Russia
  10. Turkey
  11. United Kingdom
  12. United States

Note: All of Asia is missing from this list–as is all of Africa and Central America. Canada is not on the list. Most of Europe, South America, and the Middle East–absent from this list.

Source: Wikipedia



  1. sixpointnineme

    In North America, Mexico (yes, Mexico is part of North America) in Article 3 of their constitution express that science is what should be taught in schools, not belief.

    ” I. According to the religious liberties established under article 24, educational services shall be secular and, therefore, free of any religious orientation. II. The educational services shall be based on scientific progress and shall fight against ignorance, ignorance’s effects, servitudes, fanaticism and prejudice.”

    In South America Uruguay and Argentina have similar laws, and recently Venezuela. There is religious instruction in Colombia, Chile and Peru. South America is predominantly Catholic, and as you know, Evolution is accepted by the Catholic Church as scientific fact. So in South America, Evolution (science) is taught in classrooms.
    You forgot to mention Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe resolution 1580 that states:

    “The Parliamentary Assembly therefore urges the member states, and especially their education authorities to:

    defend and promote scientific knowledge;
    strengthen the teaching of the foundations of science, its history, its epistemology and its methods alongside the teaching of objective scientific knowledge;
    make science more comprehensible, more attractive and closer to the realities of the contemporary world;
    firmly oppose the teaching of creationism as a scientific discipline on an equal footing with the theory of evolution and in general the presentation of creationist ideas in any discipline other than religion;
    promote the teaching of evolution as a fundamental scientific theory in the school curricula.”

    Here is the link to the complete resolution (

    Of course most of the Middle-East is not on the list, as they are confessional states.

    As you see, there are more countries that mandate science to be taught in schools, and Evolution just happens to be science.

    p.s. In science, the term “theory” refers to “a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment.”

    • synapticcohesion

      Thank you for taking time to challenge this post. I was surprised that no one did considering that people all over the world are on WordPress and could easily agree or disagree with my findings. Forgive me if I am wrong, but I am assuming that you are from Mexico. My question is: Is evolution mandated in all public schools, or is it up to the individual school districts? Not that I would be surprised if there are mandates–I am just curious. As for your assertion that evolution IS science, that is debatable and as you know many scientists have made history without accepting the evolutionary spin on human origins–and the origins of everything on earth. Scientists and non-scientists alike have always known about resistance, selective breeding leading to a myriad of different expression of genes, adaptation, etc.; long before Darwin came along claiming that humans evolved from apes (or ape-like ancestors, as evolutionists are not even in agreement), which ultimately came from “the first self-replicating molecule” that came out of nowhere from something that exploded in the beginning. You see, the pseudoscientific explanation of our origins contributed nothing to science–all it does is attempt to explain how we got here using faulty evidence and wild conjecture. We can create vaccines and chemicals that can counter various organisms that develop various forms of resistance very easily without ever labeling resistance and adaptation as “evolution.” But if evolutionists choose to call results of selective breeding, resistance, and adaptation “evolution” because they know these ARE provable and observable phenomena (not to mention that they confuse the average person lacking basic critical thinking skills), then they are free to do so–just don’t expect those who think critically to accept the conjecture that that must mean that we all ultimately came from a magical molecule (which even the “experts” cannot say where this molecule came from or even if this happened at all). Yes, the EXPERTS even admit this, yet the brainwashed waste their time arguing about how fundamentally absolute and true this is and scoff at (and berate) the skeptics.

      I did not forget the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe resolution. I purposely left this out because it is simply a statement that was made and has nothing to do with law and mandating the teaching of evolution in all publicly-funded schools.

    • synapticcohesion

      Why is it so hard to believe that man was always…man? Finding fossils that may have features that are similar to apes and to man could simply be proof of the many interesting species of mammals that are now extinct, could it not?

      “Lucy” as you know had hardly any remains to work with. No skull to work with (other than part of a mandible and upper cranial fragments). No hands and feet. The rest of her was created by the imaginations of those who desired to push the evolutionary theory. Unfortunately, most people don’t know this as they gaze at the COMPLETE SKELETONS of what they believe to be Lucy, their “ape-like ancestor.” They don’t realize that most of her fossils on display is simply a “re-creation.” And that the few fossils they did find were not even in from the same location.

      With the all fossil evidence that scientists had to work with they did not even know until the 1990′s what the standing posture of T. rex was like. Even after the 1990′s, countless impressionable children and adults alike were taught in the prestigious museums of science that the T. rex stood upright as a tripod (something that never made sense to me–even as a child). The current idea that they maintained a forced, hunched-over position at all times still raises questions.

      Yet “scientists” supposedly know all about how Lucy (with her scant remains that may not even all belong to her) stood and walked. For the aforementioned reasons–and many others–I remain skeptical.

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