Tag: John West
“Cookies on the Bottom Shelf”: Interrogating Jonathan Wells
We celebrated the release of Jonathan Wells’s new book Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution last month at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo.
Westminster Conference Examines Evidence of Design in Life — Discovery Institute Is Well Represented
The nearly 400 enthusiastic attendees included many students, teachers, and a number of college faculty.
With So Much at Stake in Science and Culture, You Need to Join Us for the Westminster Conference
If you don’t understand this science, you’ll be compelled to sit on the sidelines and let folks like Bill Nye decide the future.
Bad “Bugs,” Good Designs — The Case of Dinoflagellates
Some organisms cause harm, but are well designed nonetheless. Here’s a second example.
John West: March for Science or March for Secularism?
If “science works best when scientists come from diverse perspectives,” why did the March for Science organizers ban an intelligent design group as a partner?