Tag: intelligent agent
The Positive Case for Intelligent Design in Systematics (the Relationships Between Organisms)
The re-usage of highly similar and complex parts in widely different organisms in non-treelike patterns is best explained by the action of an intelligent agent.
Behe: Magnetotactic Bacteria and Other Micro-Wonders
These bugs could point the way to a treatment for cancerous tumors, thanks to their natural ability to maneuver by sensing the Earth’s magnetic field.
Stephen Meyer: Let’s Compare Intelligent Design and Cosmic Fine-Tuning with the Multiverse Theory
Meyer neatly explains why the multiverse fails, in two respects, precisely where the inference to theism succeeds.
How Engineers Helped Save Biology from Evolutionary Theory
Design motifs such as four-bar linkages and control systems must meet exacting requirements whether implemented in a space shuttle or a fish.
England, Davies: Honesty, if Not Agreement, on the Origin of Life
Jeremey England explained his conjecture that the flow of energy through a chemical system could cause it to self-organize in such a way as to move toward life.