Tag: computer simulation
“Simulation Hypothesis” and Star Trek — Intelligent Design by Another Name
The universe may be intelligently designed and yet not be a simulation. The theory of intelligent design does not rise or fall with the simulation hypothesis.
Are Proteins Attracted to Function?
Doug Axe showed that functional space is a tiny fraction of sequence space in proteins. Evolutionists think they found a shortcut.
ID by Another Name? Astronomer Says 50 Percent Chance We’re Living in Computer Simulation
Of course, an 80 percent chance that we live in an intelligently design world compares favorably with only a 50 percent chance.
MIT’s Rizwan Virk on Simulation Theory, AKA Intelligent Design
Egnor: “If we are living in a computer simulation, we couldn’t think to ask the question.”
Education or Obfuscation? Avida in Science Class
You might think teaching about evolution in public schools is already about as misleading as it can be. Then, you find, it gets worse.