Tag: Iowa State University
Intelligent Design’s Founding Father
Emily Nordhagen Sandico describes the origins of Thaxton’s book, which had such an influence on Stephen Meyer, William Dembski, Phillip Johnson, and others.
Yes, Intelligent Design Is Testable Science – A Resource Roundup
After perusing a recent article here, a reader offers a classic challenge.
Epigenetics and Disease: Thinking Outside the Box
Science should be about exploring uncharted territories from varying, even unpopular, perspectives rather than confining ourselves to research that has been blessed by convention.
Setting the Record Straight about Guillermo Gonzalez’s Denial of Tenure by Iowa State University
The real reasons Gonzalez did not get tenure at ISU were simple: discrimination and intolerance.
To Go Along with the Flight Premiere in Seattle, a Very Cool Bonus
The Museum of Flight will be giving those in attendance free access to the Personal Courage Wing, complete with 18 and 10 exhibits respectively of World War I and World War II fighter aircraft.