Category: Intelligent Design
Summers Seminars in Colorado — A FREE Remedy for Cancel Culture; Applications Due April 1
As one of our students last year said at the concluding banquet, the Summer Seminars represent “science as it should be, rather than science as it is.”
A Biochemical Icon of Intelligent Design, ATP Synthase Does More than Spin
As super-resolution imaging improves, the world’s smallest rotary motor continues to amaze.
More Jobs for “Junk” DNA (Cont.)
If “junk” DNA goes toxic, does that suggest it had an original normal function? See the conclusion of this new paper.
Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
Let’s Help Harvard Understand Intelligent Design
It was disappointing to see the inaccurate representation of ID, along with the poor scientific epistemology.