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New Website to Start Cataloguing Intelligent Design Research

Casey Luskin

A new website, ResearchID.org has just launched and this is the announcement we received.

A new intelligent design website, ResearchID.org has been launched. that will provide high-quality online resources for scientists and scholars researching intelligent design. As a research website, ResearchID.org is an on-line knowledgebase for theoretically, empirically, and technologically exploring intelligent design. This site has no affiliation with Discovery Institute.

Established by ID theorist and author Joseph C. Campana, the site assembles the many separate lines of information, reasoning, and evidence that support ID and melds them into a lucid, unified, and accessible corpus. ResearchID.org will help those who are doing intelligent design researcy by producing and cataloging many types of resources: research proposals, biographical entries, project descriptions, articles on related issues, and a glossary that defines ID jargon.

The website was featured on several blogs and forums for one of its articles, entitled “ID at the Academy,” which catalogues university classes around the world covering intelligent design. Campana is currently writing an essay series called “Paradigm Dawning,” which touches on many topics related to intelligent design, including scientific curiosity, research criticism, teleology, ID research programs, and technological trends in science.

Additionally, ResearchID.org has initiated a Catalog of Fundamental Facts, which William Dembski and David Berlinski identified as an invaluable resource for the intelligent design community.

The site is a collaborative project where serious users can register free and contribute. With its easy access nature and collaborative features, ResearchID.org is sure to be an asset to the intelligent design community and a thorn in the side of ID critics.

Casey Luskin

Associate Director, Center for Science and Culture
Casey Luskin is a geologist and an attorney with graduate degrees in science and law, giving him expertise in both the scientific and legal dimensions of the debate over evolution. He earned his PhD in Geology from the University of Johannesburg, and BS and MS degrees in Earth Sciences from the University of California, San Diego, where he studied evolution extensively at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. His law degree is from the University of San Diego, where he focused his studies on First Amendment law, education law, and environmental law.

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