Tag: conspiracy theory
How Science Fueled the White Supremacist Mass Murderer in Buffalo, NY
Over the weekend, a teenage male shooter perpetrated a horrific mass murder in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York.
Casey Luskin Returns, Teases a New Book, Celebrates ID 3.0
Luskin tells about an upcoming book he’s been working on with William Dembski, another ID proponent who stepped away from day-to-day ID work.
Did COVID-19 Virus Evolve by Natural Selection?
Natural selection, if understood as undirected variation and differential reproductive success, is a destructive process.
Introducing the New “Conspiracism” Canard
Here’s a fresh twist on efforts to evade a debate about design in nature by associating ID with tendencies in thought that many people find disreputable.
A Good Question from Michael Denton About the Fixity of Animal Body Plans
The class Insecta with its distinctive segmentation goes back at least 400 million years to the Silurian period. It gives the impression of a creative personality at work in a lab. He hits on a design he likes and sticks with it.