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Are Our Bodies the Product of "Unintelligent Design"?

A couple of years ago prominent evolutionary biologist David Barash opened a remarkable window on his classroom teaching. Ann Gauger http://www.biologicinstitute.org/people
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Misunderstanding Wallace on "Intelligent Evolution"

I have used the term as an accurate description of his idea of a thoroughly teleological form of evolutionary theory. Michael Flannery http://www.discovery.org/p/471
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Sexual Harassment in Academic Science Offers an Unexpected Lesson About Censorship on Evolution

Some thoughts as we approach tomorrow's nomination deadline for Censor of the Year. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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The Push Begins to Violate Religious Objections to Assisted Suicide

Forcing a Catholic hospital (say) to employ or give staffing privileges to death doctors would violate the free exercise of religion. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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You Can't Ascribe Intelligence to an Unguided Process

There's a new movement afoot among some evolutionary biologists to co-opt the term "intelligent design." Evolution News & Views
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Listen: Information Theory for Non-Nerds

The subject can be abstruse. In an amusing and enlightening conversation, Robert Marks and Winston Ewert explain it all for you. Evolution News & Views
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Selfish Gene Turns Forty, in Time for Dawkins Crackup

It's like a strange dream, not exactly good or bad, but mostly just...weird. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Steiner Wars: An Exchange with Dave Thomas

To visualize a Steiner tree, think about a collection of cities to be connected by a road network. Winston Ewert
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Antiscience bill in South Dakota dies

South Dakota's Senate Bill 83 is out of commission, following a February 4, 2016, hearing in the Senate Education Committee. The committee voted 4-3 to defer further consideration of the bill to the forty-first legislative day, and since the legislative session in South Dakota is thirty-eight days long in 2016, the bill is effectively dead.

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Darwin Day resolution in Arizona

Andrew Sherwood

Senate Resolution 1001, introduced in the Arizona Senate on February 2, 2016, would, if enacted, express the Senate's recognition of February 12, 2016, as International Darwin Day.

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Rainbow

Panda's Thumb - Wed, 2016-02-03 13:55
Photograph by Debbie Garelick. Rainbow. The rainbow is formed from relatively nearby raindrops. It is evidently raining lightly, because you can see a light cloud cover behind the rainbow. Direct backscatter from the clouds probably accounts for much of the brightness of the sky inside the arc and helps make a dramatic picture. See also here.... Matt Young http://www.mines.edu/~mmyoung
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Evolutionary Genomics Programmer Position Available

Panda's Thumb - Wed, 2016-02-03 13:55
The Human and Comparative Genomics laboratory at the Biodesign Institute is looking for a Software Application Associate who will work in a collaborative environment to design, construct, test, document and maintain software packages. Typical projects involve implementing high performance algorithms for the statistical analysis of large genomic datasets for studying questions related to evolution and population genetics. To apply visit http://links.asu.edu/job19991BR or search for ID 19991BR at https://cfo.asu.edu/hr-applicant. If you have any questions about the... Reed A. Cartwright http://dererumnatura.us/
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The Body as a Battlefield: Proteins of the Innate Immune System

These proteins bring other immune cells to the field of battle, make neutrophils and macrophages more effective, and fight invading microbes. Howard Glicksman
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Two Views of Biology: Structuralism vs. Functionalism

A structuralist view suggests the biological realm is undergirded by "crystal-like" primal patterns, specified in the laws of nature. Michael Denton
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Flat-Earth Myth, Anyone? Recalling Neil deGrasse Tyson's Long Pedigree

Which reminds me, who will be this year's COTY (Censor of the Year)? Give us your nominations by February 5. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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A Fourth Layer of Epicycles on the Standard Cosmology

As you may recall, the Big Bang expelled all the matter in the universe with a certain amount of violence or explosive velocity. Rob Sheldon
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Brave New World, Here We Come

This is 21st-century eugenics -- and it will, in the end, become just as oppressive and anti-human equality as the original version. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Information and Mutation -- Responding to David Levin

Twenty years ago I wrote: "No random mutation has been observed that adds information to the genome." That still stands. Lee M. Spetner
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The Heart of the Matter: Berlinski and Denton on the Issue that Lies Behind the Evolution Debate

If you could drill through the layers of reason and assumption, to the heart of the dispute over Darwinism, what would it be? David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Conversations with Michael Denton: What Is Structuralism?

How does structuralism relate to the theory of intelligent design? Listen and find out. Evolution News & Views
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