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Introducing a New Intelligent Design Curriculum: Discovering Intelligent Design
Launching today, DID uniquely fills a specific niche in the intelligent design literature.
Molecular Machines and the Problematic RNA World
Writing at ENV last month, I explained why proponents of intelligent design are justified in using the term "molecular machines."
More on That Bladderwort "Junk DNA" Claim
Has a carnivorous plant proven that non-coding DNA is not essential, and thus that it is junk after all?
Term Limits: Eugenie C. Scott and the Retirement of "Darwinism"
Consider this sample of publications that have appeared since Eugenie Scott put her warning label on the term "Darwinism."
Chronicle of Higher Ed on Nagel: Yeah, We Knew It All Along
It really is surprising how quickly Thomas Nagel's critique of Darwinian evolution seems to be achieving the distinction of this kind of retrospective appraisal.
Animating Bacterial DNA Replication
This is the kind of thing that, in my opinion, simply screams out "design!"
ATP Synthase, an Energy-Generating Rotary Motor Engine
Discovery Institute recently released a stunning animation of the mechanics of ATP synthase.
A New Darwinian Hero: The Bladderwort
Has a diminutive water-dwelling carnivorous plant singlehandedly revived the concept of "junk DNA"?
In the Context of Human Artifacts, Something Like Darwinian Evolution Actually Does Happen
We have two millennia of documentation showing how Latin morphed into its daughter languages.
Stephen Meyer's "The Return of the God Hypothesis"
A caller on Michael Medved's Science and Culture Update today challenged Meyer and Oxford mathematician John Lennox in a way that prompted an important distinction.