The aim as always is to provide graduates of the Seminars a major boost and ongoing mentorship aimed at launching their own careers in science and scholarship.
The most valuable aspect of his case is the stimulus it provides to the question, “If non-human intelligences exist, how would we detect them?”
Michael Behe also discusses recent research confirming Dollo’s Law, and why that’s bad news for Darwinism.
The evidence seems pretty light, at least compared to what we normally expect for a design inference.
Neuroscientist Michael Egnor notes that the idea of consciousness is “empty,” much like the idea of “natural selection” in evolution.