Luskin and host Eric Anderson call evolutionary theory to task for being overly supple, offering just-so stories to explain a behavior AND its opposite.
Casey Luskin earned his PhD in South Africa and had many opportunities to study various hominid fossils.
Born and raised in Iran, Nemati moved to the United States shortly before the Iranian revolution, and became an atheist in college.
We now know that biological information involves far more than just an organism’s proteome.
At first glance the problem might seem far removed from the design detecting rules William Dembski laid out in his Cambridge University Press monograph.