John Dibble That is because we fight them. In spite of the fact that it is illegal to teach creationism an estimated thirteen percent of biology teachers do so anyways, with even more skipping the portion of the curriculum because the creationists make it too much trouble for them. This is still a big problem.
John Dibble "YECs are no threat to science, and the scientific community has bigger problems than a relatively unimportant school of religious thought." Sure, when they keep to themselves. Unfortunately many of them have political power and seek to install their irrational beliefs into public schools.