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Quotation of the Minute
"Why don't we teach astrology in the schools? Astrology holds that the course of each human life is determined to a considerable degree by the position of the stars in the sky at the exact moment of the individual's birth. Belief in it, in one variant or another, has probably been held by most of the people on earth. Even today, some universities in India offer degrees in the subject. Yet American believers do not pressure boards of education to add their subject to the curriculum. If believers in astrology became as well organized as the creationists, it is hard to see how their demands could be withstood." Garrett Hardin, "Marketing Deception as Truth" Science and Creationism, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984), p. 162.