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Sounds like a candidate for explanation via common design to me. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
A review in Nature shows how entrenched the Copernican "demotion" myth remains, even after scholarly works have refuted it. Evolution News & Views
The objection, stated in various forms by thinkers dating back to David Hume, goes something like this. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
...and two papers about flagella are better for pointing out their intelligent design. Evolution News & Views
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It's a complete myth that humans use only 10 percent of our brains. That's just one problem with this blockbuster hit. Casey Luskin http://www.discovery.org/p/188
I am on a rather lonely campaign to make the v-word -- "vegetable" -- as unacceptable as the n-word in describing human beings. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
In every other field of science, naturalism has been spectacularly successful, so why should evolutionary biology be different? Granville Sewell
We need to stop using the v-word to describe our brothers and sisters with profound cognitive disabilities. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
Sharing important ideas and advancing the search for truth is what we do. An effective, dynamic web presence is vital. Evolution News & Views
For a panel discussion about science and culture, many in the audience came as fans of Dr. Meyer. Evolution News & Views
"There aren't very many big questions left to answer," says the University of Toronto biochemist. Evolution News & Views
Still Awaiting Full Engagement: Ralph Stearley's "Well, Maybe, Who Knows?" Review of Darwin's Doubt
If real, design is a datum of nature, like it or not. Bad philosophies of science, like materialism, need to get out of the way. Paul Nelson http://www.discovery.org/p/45
The earliest chordate in the Lower Cambrian is now shown to be a full-gilled vertebrate fish. Evolution News & Views
Faith, Science, and Culture: Tonight's Discussion with Meyer, Prager, Hewitt, and Stonestreet Will Stream Live at 7:15
Is matter all there is in the universe? Or is there a purpose and design to life? Evolution News & Views
Marks is an evolutionary biologist/anthropologist at the University of North Carolina, and an uncommonly plain speaker and writer. Paul Nelson http://www.discovery.org/p/45
Listen Now. On this episode of ID the Future, the CSC's Rob Crowther speaks with Casey Luskin, co-author of the new book Science & Human Origins. There are frequent and spurious claims made in the media that the genetic...
Click here to listen. On this episode of ID the Future, hear Casey Luskin's interview with Issues, Etc., in which he responds to false claims that intelligent design theory is based on religious belief. Casey discusses how many Darwin...
Click here to listen. On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin addresses the question: Is intelligent design science? While the precise definition of "science" has long been debated, most would agree that there are certain qualities that...
There is no continuous stack of photos documenting our unbroken history all the way back to our "fishy ancestor" Tiktaalik. Ann Gauger http://www.biologicinstitute.org/people
Antievolutionists Say the Darndest Things
Antievolutionists often express outrage over alleged incivility from those who oppose their efforts to evade the establishment clause of the First Amendment. But they have no difficulty in dishing out the abuse themselves. Here is a sample from the Invidious Comparisons thread that documents egregious behavior on the part of the religious antievolution advocates.
IDC advocate Phillip E. Johnson:
Gould’s uncomfortable situation reminds me of the self-created predicament of Mikhail Gorbachev in the last years of the Soviet Empire. Gorbachev recognized that something had gone wrong with the Communist system, but thought that the system itself could be preserved if it was reformed. His democratic friends warned him that the Marxist fundamentalists would inevitably turn against him, but he was unwilling to endanger his position in the ruling elite by following his own logic to its necessary conclusion. Gould, like Gorbachev, deserves immense credit for bringing glasnost to a closed society of dogmatists. And, like Gorbachev, he lives on as a sad reminder of what happens to those who lack the nerve to make a clean break with a dying theory.Link