Futuristic Evolution by AI — The Darwin Connection

Artificial Intelligence, C.S. Lewis, Charles Darwin, computers, Darwinism, designers, Edinburgh Napier University, Emma Hart, Evolution, Fantasia, humans, ID The Future, Michael Behe, natural selection, oversight, Robert J. Marks, robots, Technology, That Hideous Strength, The Conversation, The Magician’s Twin, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Walter Bradley Center
To evolutionists, whatever oversight humans achieved must have evolved, and will continue to evolve in our creations. Source
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Botany Journal Revisits Charles Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”

American Journal of Botany, Charles Darwin, common ancestor, common descent, Cretaceous Period, Eric Anderson, Evolution, flowering plants, fossil record, Günter Bechly, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, Jurassic, Life Sciences, Neo-Darwinism, paleontology, Podcast, Richard Buggs
A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time. Source
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Charles Darwin in Light of Black History Month

African Americans, Alfred Russel Wallace, Black History Month, Charles Darwin, Culture & Ethics, Darwinism, Darwinists, eugenics, Europeans, Evolution, Francis Galton, ID The Future, indigenous races, Intelligent Design, Jay Richards, Martin Luther King Jr., materialism, scientific racism, sterilization, theology, Victorian England
Was Darwin’s racism purely a function of his time and place, Victorian England? Historian Michael Flannery says no. Source
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Darwin and Race: Three Strikes, He’s Out

Adam Gopnik, Angels and Ages, Anglo-Saxons, Applied Eugenics, Artificial Selection, Black History Month, Charles Darwin, Charles Kingsley, Culture & Ethics, Darwin Day, Darwin Deleted, Darwins Struggle for Survival, Darwin’s Sacred Cause, Descent of Man, eugenics, Europeans, Evolution, extermination, humankind, J. Barnard Davis, Jean Gayon, national expansion, Origin of Species, Paul Broca, Paul Popenoe, Peter Bowler, racial equality, racial superiority, Racism, Roswell Hill Johnson, William Graham
February is Black History Month, and this week, Friday, February 12, is Darwin Day — the birthday of Charles Darwin. Source
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Academic Article Correcting Misconceptions about Evolution Promotes Misconceptions about ID

academic journals, BMC Springer Nature, Brazil, Charles Darwin, creationism, creationists, David Klinghoffer, Discovery Institute, Evolution, Evolution: Education and Outreach, Human Origins, Intelligent Design, Jonathan Wells, lobby groups, Paul Nelson, religious beliefs, scientists
It’s good to be back at Discovery Institute. Even after my fives years away, I see that some things remain unchanged. Source
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Darwinism and Critical Theory — The Connection

academia, cancel culture, Charles Darwin, Christianity, critical theory, Culture & Ethics, Economics, Evolution, Friedrich Engels, intersectionality, John Milton, Karl Marx, Lucifer, Marxism, Michael Egnor, microaggressions, natural selection, Paradise Lost, power, public square, Saul Alinsky, Walter Bradley Center
"Strange that it may seem, Darwin plays a central role in this drama. Karl Marx himself credited Darwin with much of his basic insight into human history." Source
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