Texas liveblogging again

FYI, TFN is liveblogging, as is Steve Schafersman.

Check out the audio feed at the TEA website.

Cherry Moore, supporting S&W, claims that the Great Unconformity is a weakness in the geological explanation of the Grand Canyon. Sadly, no!

Terri Leo sez that all discoveries are made because of weaknesses. But this is silliness. First, students in high school aren't generally in the business of conducting groundbreaking research. Second, that's a strange twist on the process of science.

It took less than 45 minutes for the Board to start getting snippy.

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