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Ten Myths About Dover: #8, "Michael Behe Admitted that ID Is No More Scientific than Astrology"

Did Behe really concede that ID is no more scientific than astrology? No. Yet we see this myth repeated all over the Internet. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
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Ten Myths About Dover: #9, "The ID Movement Had Its Day in Court"

The interests and opinions of the ID movement were not represented in the Dover trial. Sarah Chaffee
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Ten Myths About Dover: #10, "The Intelligent Design Movement Died After the Dover Decision"

A decade later, the ID movement is not only still alive -- it's thriving. Sarah Chaffee
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Are Apes Entering the Stone Age?

Reporting on research from the University of Haifa, New Scientist advises, "Bonobos use a range of tools like stone-age humans." Denyse O'Leary
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Can You Perceive a Star That's No Longer There?

The only reason we perceive that it still exists is that the light from it takes a long time to reach us. Michael Egnor
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Respect for Kinesin Grows

Kinesins and other "walking" motors in the cell are dazzling scientists. Evolution News & Views
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At the Intersection of Phrenology and Public Policy

A recent PNAS study is the latest iteration of dial-a-science: just call and order science to fit your favored narrative. Michael Egnor
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Helping a Student to Investigate the Origins Debate

Recently I met with a young man from a faith background who has been troubled by questions about science. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
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Academic Freedom for Thee...What About Me?

There is no field more perilous for open-minded scholars than evolutionary biology. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Darwin's Origin Is Voted Most "Influential," but Here's the Rest of the Story

In terms of actual scientific value and influence, On the Origin of Species may not be number one. Sarah Chaffee
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Denying the Signature in the Brain

There are no analogies to living things that are not intelligently designed. Michael Egnor
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Perception and the Cartesian Theater

The Cartesian theater is what remains of Cartesian dualism after the immaterial mind is removed. Michael Egnor
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Ediacaran Fossil Highlights Differences with Cambrian Animals

Try as they may, they can't stretch Tribrachidium into a Cambrian animal. Evolution News & Views
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Ecocide "Trial" in The Hague Next Year

Radical environmentalism isn't content with passing laws that regulate our use of the land and resources. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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In Shadow of Oz, Biologist Wayne Rossiter Critiques Theistic Evolution

The title is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, in which Dorothy is told that you can never see the "Wizard." Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
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Breaking Sticks

A large portion of post by ID critic Tom English is devoted to an example of conservation of information involving broken sticks. Winston Ewert
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The Clever Hans Problem and Research on Animal Cognition

Animals think particularly, not abstractly. Michael Egnor
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The GUC Bug

ID critics Joe Felsenstein and Tom English discuss a simple greedy search algorithm, which they name the GUC (Greedy Uphill Climber) Bug. Winston Ewert
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What Can We Hope to Learn About Animal Minds?

If we can't even define our own consciousness, can we say whether a different type of life form has consciousness or a mind? Denyse O'Leary
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This Christmas, Intelligently Design Your Gift List with Resources from the Center for Science & Culture!

In our current culture, it's more important than ever to understand how modern scientific advances interact with faith. Rachel Aldrich
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