Natural Selection Subtracts, It Doesn’t Add — And That Matters
In the wild, all organisms must live within their niche. There are no wild polar bears in Arizona, and no iguanas in Alaska.
People Can Do Puzzles — And Why That Matters
Our ability to complete a puzzle hinges upon clues that are unavailable to nature, were natural processes given the task of assembling the puzzle.
More on Self-Replicating Machines
We know how to build a simple Ford Model T car. Now let’s build a factory inside this car, so that it can produce Model T cars automatically.
Three Realities Chance Can’t Explain That Intelligent Design Can
The argument for ID could not be clearer: Unintelligent forces cannot rearrange atoms into computers and airplanes and nuclear power plants and smartphones.
The Positive Case for Intelligent Design in Systematics (the Relationships Between Organisms)
The re-usage of highly similar and complex parts in widely different organisms in non-treelike patterns is best explained by the action of an intelligent agent.