The Other Unsolved Problem of Evolution

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"With all our advanced technology, we are not close to producing human-engineered self-replicating machines." Source
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Jonathan McLatchie on Classic Examples of Irreducibly Complex Systems

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Dr. McLatchie explains the “likelihood ratio” of the evidence for irreducible complexity, a top-heavy ratio he says strongly supports a design hypothesis. Source
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Engineering Brings Life and Vice Versa

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An uplifting video about a life-saving invention encapsulates several running themes about intelligent design, with only one brief flaw. Source
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Behe Answers Best Objections to Irreducible Complexity

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Following the philosopher Alvin Plantinga, Pat Flynn says that some of the attacks on Behe have been hysterical, but some have been more thoughtful. Source
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Watch: Michael Behe Corrects Darwin’s Detour with a Cumulative Case for Intelligent Design

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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

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Irreducible complexity and high CSI systems are found, indicating these systems were designed. Source
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What Is Intelligent Design and How Should We Defend It?

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Intelligent design is a scientific theory that holds that many features of the universe and living things are best explained by an intelligent cause. Source
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The Design Connection in Biological Tracking Systems

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If organisms resulted from haphazard undirected processes, their design constraints would be few and highly flexible. Source
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