The Elephant in the Science Lab

Albert Einstein, ammonia, biochemistry, biology, Carl Woese, Chemistry, DNA, electrical charge, Evolution, H2O, hydrogen, inorganic chemistry, Intelligent Design, Isaac Newton, lipids, macromolecules, model, molecular biology, molecules, oxygen, physics, proteins, purpose, RNA, science, science of purpose, Senses, Tinkertoys, water
I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works. Source
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Reeves: A Rising Star Describes a Biological Revolution

bacteria, biochemistry, biology, computer scientist, emergent properties, Emily Reeves, engineers, Evolution, foresight, hierarchical integration, integration, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Jim Esch, materialism, purpose, Reductionism, science, signaling networks, silicon, Systems Biology, Technology
“Engineers more easily recognize impressive design because they have actually tied to build stuff.” Source
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Origin of Life: Saved by Time?

antagonist, biochemistry, Canada, chemical reactants, early Earth, Evolution, First Life from Purely Natural Means? (series), Francis Crick, George Wald, habitability, hero, Intelligent Design, materialists, microfossils, Miracle, Nobel Prize, Nuvvuagittuq belt, origin of life, Quebec, Scientific American
Many materialists believe that the severe unlikelihood of the series of events required for the origin of life is not a serious problem. Source
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Watch: Michael Behe Corrects Darwin’s Detour with a Cumulative Case for Intelligent Design

bacteria, bears, beauty, biochemistry, biology, bugs, Charles Darwin, detour, Evolution, factory, functionality, insects, intelligent being, Intelligent Design, irreducibly complex systems, Lehigh University, Michael Behe, microbes, molecular machinery, mosaic, planthopper, purpose, Secrets of the Cell, tiles
For thousands of years, the design of life was acknowledged by scientists and non-scientists, philosophers and physicians, religious and non-religious. Source
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Investigating the Evidence for Intelligent Design — in Biochemistry and Other Fields

amino acid sequences, biochemistry, biology, codes, DNA, Douglas Axe, Evolution, Experience, genetics, information, intelligent agents, Intelligent Design, irreducibly complex systems, language, molecular machines, mutational sensitivity, observation, paleontology, physics, protein sequences, specified complexity, Stephen Meyer, systematics, The Positive Case for Intelligent Design (series), William Dembski
Irreducible complexity and high CSI systems are found, indicating these systems were designed. Source
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Dallas Conference on Science and Faith: Registration Open Now!

biochemistry, book signings, bookstore, Canceled Science, Casey Luskin, Christianity, Engineering, eric hedin, Evolution, evolutionary theory, faith, Faith & Science, Intelligent Design, Physics, Earth & Space, Return of the God Hypothesis, Stephen Meyer, youth track
How has Christianity contributed to the rise of modern science? What do the latest scientific discoveries tell us about the existence of God? Source
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