Conservation of Information — The Theorems

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We’ve seen active information before in the Dawkins Weasel example. The baseline search for METHINKS IT IS LIKE A WEASEL stands no hope of success. Source
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Evolution With and Without Multiple Simultaneous Changes

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Darwinism is committed to evolution happening gradually, one step at a time, by single mutational changes. Source
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Darwinist Turns Math Cop: Track 1 and Track 2

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Jason Rosenhouse insists that intelligent design proponents obey his rules, but happily flouts them himself. Source
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From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines

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The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire? Source
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The Challenge from Jason Rosenhouse

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"The response would be a lot chillier if they tried the same arguments in front of audiences with the relevant expertise." Is that so? Source
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