The Elephant in the Science Lab

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I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works. Source
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Listen: Sneak Preview of New Douglas Axe Intelligent Design Course

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In the full course, Dr. Axe investigates proteins and how they work, the genetic code, gene recruitment, population genetics, natural selection, and much more. Source
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The Dessert Cart Paradox — A “Gaping Hole in Evolutionary Theory”

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There’s a problem with evolution by “natural selection” that’s indicated in the very words themselves, as biologist Doug Axe points out. Source
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#5 Story of 2020: Coronavirus, Intelligent Design, and Evolution

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The measures being taken against the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic owe nothing to evolutionary theory. Source
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Information, Specified Complexity, and the Explanatory Filter

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On a new episode of ID the Future, listen to the third and final portion of a talk given at the 2020 Dallas Conference on Science and Faith. Daniel Reeves, Educational Outreach Coordinator at Discovery Institute, rounds out his explanation of intelligent design theory. Download the podcast or listen to it here. Far from being “Gee whiz, that’s complicated; it must be designed!” the theory relies on well-defined concepts such as specified complexity and an explanatory filter that allows one to distinguish designed events from chance, necessity, or a combination of the two. The key lies in the molecular biological realm: detecting functional information.  Photo: Daniel Reeves, by Nathan Jacobson. The post Information, Specified Complexity, and the Explanatory Filter appeared first on Evolution News.
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