No, actually, we're still in Kansas.
How is this even possible in 2005?
I don't know, but decisions like this in 2005 make it equally possible in 2010, 2020, and 2050. And that to me is the really scary part: the willful disregard of natural theories for supernatural fairy tales offers no scope for learning or progress, ever. You know, if you have some other well-considered theory that offers more empirical coverage, great. That's what science is about. Rejecting a theory for a myth? Rejecting a theory for a myth and calling yourself an educator? It's a fiasco of public disservice.