Evolution Falsified? Rope Kojonen’s Achievement

accommodationism, Andreas Wagner, biological complexity, biology, convergence, Evolution, evolutionary algorithms, evolutionary biologists, evolutionary processes, evolutionary theory, fine-tuning, fitness landscapes, flora and fauna, Intelligent Design, laws of nature, Ockham’s razor, preconditions, protein evolution, proteins, Rope Kojonen, science, structuralism, The Compatibility of Evolution and Design, The Compatibility of Evolution and Design (series), William Dembski
If unguided evolution can account for the eye of an eagle, does it make any sense to say that intelligent design is also needed? Source
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Un-Canceled Science

astronomy, Ball State University, Biola University, Canceled Science, Casey Luskin, Center for Science and Culture, cosmology, Discovery Institute, Discovery Institute Press, Evolution News, faculty, free speech, God’s Not Dead, history, information theory, molecular biology, philosophy, Physics, Earth & Space, reasons to believe, Rice Broocks, science, teaching, tenure, The Boundaries of Science
in one event, the number of people who heard this evidence was more than twice the total number of students who participated in my Boundaries of Science course. Source
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Transformative: “Mary,” a PhD Biochemistry Student, on the Summer Seminars on ID

biochemistry, biology, Brian Miller, careers, Center for Science and Culture, curiosity, Education, elegance, Emily Kurlinski, Emily Sandico, friendship, humanities, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, interview, Natural Sciences, natural world, nature, order, Podcast, pseudonym, Research, science, Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design
Why does she use a pseudonym in the interview? You may be able to guess, but listen in to hear her explanation. Source
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Science Sunday: Is Scientific Materialism the Best Framework for Understanding Reality?

assumptions, Bill Nye, Carl Sagan, Charles Darwin, cosmos, Daniel Dennett, earth, Faith & Science, Intelligent Design, Jay Richards, material universe, materialism, Neil deGrasse Tyson, pop science, purposelessness, science, Science Uprising, scientific materialism
The voices of pop science teach us and our children that "everything, if Darwin is right, is mechanical and blind and purposeless at the bottom." Source
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