"The paper concludes: "Although our current analysis does not provide proof of an uninterrupted causal chain of influence, we should pay close attention to children"s early exposure to science at the middle and even younger grades."
There can be nothing more harmful than that. Children (and not only children) should not be exposed to idiocies such as "I measure your clock to be slower than mine and you measure mine to be slower than yours" or "Salt dissolves in water because the entropy increases". The combination of obscurity and absurdity destroys irreversibly children"s rationality. Mankind should better wait until the present era of Postscientism (described in http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/archive/00000313/ and http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/wallace.htm ) is over. For the moment science (education) is just dying: