Here is a recent letter to the editor in the New York Times, by Dr. M. William Audeh at UCLA School of Medicine.
I hope this is performance art.
An emerging science of imitating nature, known as biomimetics, has attracted extensive research and led to new technologies.
In Alabama and elsewhere, public school instructors who teach critical thinking skills in the context of biological evolution risk their reputations and careers.
Dembski’s informational ontology is clearly not a fringe idea, as evidenced by a book review in Nature.
His statement expresses zero moral opposition to the genetic engineering of the human genome.
The picture of human origins is murky, and the evolutionary account is not getting any clearer.
NCSE is the go-to source for complacent journalists.
In fighting antibiotic resistance, Darwin’s theory actually provides little guidance.
I’ve read a bit of his new book, and skimmed beyond that, and I think that some useful purpose could be served by commenting on it as I go.