Why Intelligent Design Best Explains the Fossil Record Data

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The fossil record is consistent with the engineering-based theory of bounded adaptation Source
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Listen: Carbon Valley Trumps Silicon Valley

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“Nobody doubts that natural selection and random mutation is a biological process. What we doubt is that they can generate fundamentally new forms of life.” Source
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Bechly: Problems with Universal Common Ancestry Posed by the Fossil Record

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Paleontologist Günter Bechly was a proponent of Darwinism until he discovered significant scientific reasons to doubt the evolutionary story. Source
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Confronting Joshua Swamidass on Confrontation

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Swamidass got it wrong, and it’s perfectly appropriate for me to confront him on that. I wasn’t talking about any approach to human argumentation at all. Source
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Is There Discontinuity in Biology — And How Would We Know?

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For my part, I think it’s better to approach the data without assumptions and to let the evidence speak for itself. Source
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