As anyone knows who’s followed the popular Darwinist blogging sites, Darwinism is an ideological movement seemingly rich in believers unhindered by responsibilities to family or work.
Much of current origin-of-life research suffers from a myopia where researchers hone in on solving a particular problem without contextualizing their solution.
Lönnig’s publications show that experimental research on plant breeding can have positive implications for intelligent design.
Impressive evidence of scientists who don’t support ID but who do trash the primary Darwinian thesis.
The first pro-ID paper in our listing was published in 1984 by nuclear physicist William G. Pollard in the American Journal of Physics under the title “Rumors of transcendence in physics.”