Conservation of information is not a difficult concept and once it is understood, it becomes clear that evolutionary processes cannot create the information required to power biological evolution.
In Turing’s contribution to computer science, Daniel Dennett finds proof that a reductionist, materialist understanding of life and cognition is well in hand.
Some lessons drawn from debating Darwinists in general, and Ken Miller in particular.
Readers who expect a sharp clash of swords will be disappointed. In fact, some might wonder what disagreement, if any, exists between us.
Has Shapiro really solved anything? His “third way” seems more like an equivocation strategy.