“Lifelikeness” Without Intelligent Design? Brian Miller Responds to Jeremy England

acoustic waves, Brian Miller, electricity, Energy, energy converter, enzyme, Every Life Is on Fire, Evolution News, Exodus, experimentation, faith, information, information theory, instructions, Intelligent Design, Jeremy England, lifelikeness, Michael Denton, microphone, Moses, origin of life, Orthodox Jews, particles, physics, rabbis, scripture, speakers, specifications, The Miracle of the Cell, thermodynamics, uncertainty, waveguide, wavelengths, webcam
Dr. England has a poetic and ingenious article reflecting on God’s commissioning of Moses to lead the Jews out from Egypt. Source
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Sleep on It: Design in the Subconscious Brain

birds, circadian clock, Darwinism, Ernst Haeckel, evolutionists, firefighters, fruit flies, functional information, humans, infants, insects, Intelligent Design, mammals, natural selection, neural signaling, neurons, Neuroscience & Mind, NREM, phylogeny, rapid eye movement, rats, reptiles, roundworms, Science Advances, sleep, zebra finches
An international team reasoned there had to be a purpose for sleep. In one of the largest datasets ever collected, they believe they found two functions. Source
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Kimberella Is No Solution to the Cambrian Conundrum

Avalon explosion, Big Bangs, Bilateria, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, Charnia, Cnidaria, comb jellies, Dickinsonia, Ediacaran biota, Ediacaran organisms, Evolution, explosions, fossil record, Intelligent Design, Kimberella, Kimberella series, Lophotrochozoa, macro-organisms, metazoan animals, precambrian fossils, Richard Dawkins, saltations, stem mollusk, Yilingia spiciformis
The fossil record speaks clearly and cries out loud: the history of life on Earth is a history of saltations. Source
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Reform It Altogether — More on the Naturalistic Parabola

adaptive biological complexity, Ann Gauger, biology, Calvin College, Christianity, complex systems, design triangulation, Discovery Institute, Evolution, evolutionary biology, functional analysis, hamlet, Intelligent Design, Macroevolution, Michael Lynch, Michael Scriven, natural selection, naturalism, Naturalistic Parabola, Rob Koons, Stephen Meyer, Summer Seminar, Wayne State University, William Dembski
I’ve fussed about this point for a long time. And Discovery Institute colleagues have occasionally chided me for my obsession. Source
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Design on Time — Paley’s Watch Was Inside Him

biological clock, blood pressure, chronotype variation, circadian clock, clocks, Cyanobacteria, Harvard Medical School, imaging tools, Intelligent Design, Japan, jet lag, KaiC, mammalian locomotor activity, Nagoya University, Nature (journal), Nature Scientific Reports, neurons, PLOS ONE, PNAS, rats, sleep, suprachiasmatic nucleus, Synechococcus elongatus, University of Illinois, University of Rochester, William Paley
Watches are everywhere on the heath. Look up, look down, look inside; biology runs on time. Source
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