Intelligent Design Passes the Dawkins Test

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After it passed his challenge, will atheist evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins now embrace the theory of intelligent design? Source
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Still Unexplained: The First Living Cell

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In recent years, MIT physicist Jeremy England has gained media attention for proposing a thermodynamic energy-dissipation model of the origin of life. Source
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Investigating the Evidence for Intelligent Design — in Biochemistry and Other Fields

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Irreducible complexity and high CSI systems are found, indicating these systems were designed. Source
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Recognizing Design by a “Purposeful Arrangement of Parts”

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A correspondent asked about “specified complexity” and the intelligent design of the eye. Source
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