(And of course, I'm sure I'll have to state that evolution does not explain the origin of life, and doesn't... we are still trying to build life from inorganic materials... and while we are close that, it's not biological yet. We can only build biological machines... the whole reproduction thing is trickier. Wait a few years and that'll be different.)
I wish I could work on a project like this, peeping through a microscope into a petri dish, laughing mechanically... "ITS ALIIIIIVE!"
...Then I ducked my head and the lights went out, and two guns blazed in the dark;
And a woman screamed, and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff and stark...
You claimed that religion has no place in education because it teaches to honor people who killed others. So Im asking if you consistently believe in this when it comes to the men who fought to defend your country, since they killed others. Should they, or should they not be honored in your view?
If you don't choose to attack anyone, there is no blame. This was true for the russian soldiers also. Comparing this to a situation where individuals choose to attack another individuals belonging to a certain group is quite far fetched.