“Well, Everyone Has to Have a Birthday” — How Professor Dave Botches Probability
Farina misses the key second component of design inferences. His pattern of birthdays is completely unspecified.
Thank God for Quantum Mechanics
An example of how quantum effects permit life as we know it operates in the nuclear furnace of the Sun.
The Marvel of a Seed
From a cursory examination, a seed may seem like a fairly simple little thing, but more analysis reveals layers of functional complexity.
God’s Grandeur: Ann Gauger on the Scientific Case for Intelligent Design
A biologist explains why it is indeed possible that the entire human race came from two original parents.
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.