Here is Ball’s proposed rule for molecular biologists: “stop assuming,” he writes, “we know which parts of DNA matter and which don’t.”
One student said he was shocked to find that the academic quality was greater than that of many of his college courses and yet it cost him nothing.
The program is highly subsidized and intended for undergraduate and graduate students in the sciences and humanities.
This is not a conference for listening to ID thought leaders (though many will be there), but an opportunity to jump in and become part of the conversation.
On evolution and other subjects, this promotes a stale conservatism, well suited to defending orthodoxies.