Tag: natural laws
Michael Behe: It’s Not a Scientist’s Job to Be Led by Aesthetics
While the sun, moon, and stars move according to natural laws, it doesn’t follow that the complex forms we find in biology arose purely through natural laws.
Applying the Design Filter to Hexagons
The hexagon on Saturn performs no function. Columnar basalt doesn’t say anything. Snowflakes don’t carry a message. They are mere emergent phenomena.
Bechly on Denton’s Latest: “Seminal,” a “Milestone in this Ongoing Scientific Revolution”
“In this seminal new book, distinguished biologist Michael Denton takes the fine-tuning argument for intelligent design to a whole new level.”
Denton “Takes the Fine-Tuning Argument to a Whole New Level”
Given a “primal blueprint” that preceded the first life, the solution can only be intelligent design.
Counterprogramming for Cosmos 3.0: Two New Videos from Science Historian Mike Keas
The series, as hosted originally by Carl Sagan and now by Neil deGrasse Tyson, has two notable priorities.