Another Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist for Intelligent Design

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Compton joins fellow Nobel Prize-winning physicists Charles Townes (UC Berkeley) and Brian Josephson (Cambridge University) who have likewise come out for ID. Source
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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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Is Life After Death Incompatible with Physics?

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In 2011, Sean Carroll wrote an essay on why — from a science perspective — our minds must be extinguished at death Source
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#4 Story of 2022: Science Journal Reaffirms Universe Had a Beginning

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If the universe and everything in it are the result of a mind, then we are not unintended accidents of nature. Source
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“Poor Design”? Actually, the Human Body Is Amazing; Here’s Why

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If someone suggests that a coherent, interdependent system of systems arose by chance, they’ll need to back that up with a detailed engineering analysis. Source
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Intelligent Design and the Regularity of Natural Law

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The laws of nature work together to create a magnificent world of mountains and rivers, jungles and waterfalls, oceans and forests, animals and plants. Source
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Theoretical Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder on the Deficiency of Alternative Models to Big Bang Cosmology 

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Hossenfelder concludes that “we are facing the limits of science itself.” And the question of the universe’s origin “we’ll never be able to answer.” Source
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