Peer-Reviewed Scientific Paper Develops New Ways of Measuring Complex and Specified Information in Life
The “Game of Life” is a computer simulation that’s meant to mimic living systems.
#6 of Our Top Stories of 2015: Peer-Reviewed Paper Reveals Darwin’s Unavoidable Catch-22 Problem
Before evolving new features, organisms would be swamped by genetic junk.
Peer-Reviewed Article on Transposable Elements Cites “Irreducible Complexity” and Other “Teleologic” Factors
Plant geneticist Wolf-Ekkehard L�nnig argues that irreducibly complex structures may defy explanation by TEs or other Darwinian factors.
No ID Research? Let’s Help Out This Iowa State Student
Responding to students who attack intelligent design is tricky.
Research by Dembski and Marks Makes Inroads in Technical Literature
Intelligent design is making unmistakable progress in mainstream scientific thinking. Here’s an example from a new paper in the journal of Soft Computing.