Joined: Nov. 2003
I have a possible answer.
Creationism is so political compared to other pseudosciences because most creationist are Christians. According the the New Testament they are commanded by God/Christ to spread the faith and convert the masses. The other pseudosciences do not have any central leader, human or god-like, or any central text that demands such action from them. Since conversion is the underlying motive, getting creationism taught in a science classroom as fact would greatly facilitate that goal.
I can state from my own experience as a child (K-6 grade), I believed everything that my teachers told me. I've grown intellectually beyond that stage but I know adults at my job who still believe in the inerracy of the authority fiqures.
So what do you thinK?
"There is nothing more ego boosting than being kicked out of an anarchy convention for unruly behavior."
----Random button on my wall