“Well, Everyone Has to Have a Birthday” — How Professor Dave Botches Probability
Farina misses the key second component of design inferences. His pattern of birthdays is completely unspecified.
People Can Do Puzzles — And Why That Matters
Our ability to complete a puzzle hinges upon clues that are unavailable to nature, were natural processes given the task of assembling the puzzle.
Peer-Reviewed Paper Cites Stephen Meyer to Critique Darwinian Evolution
“Many life forms with essentially new body types appeared quickly and without precursors in the Burgess Shale in Kicking Horse Valley in British Columbia.”
A Good Example of Evolutionary Use of Extremely Small Probability Singularities
How can you be certain, for instance, that you, horned lizards, and brook trout share a common chordate ancestor?
Design Detection in the New York Times — The Issue of Science Fraud
When the pincer closes around a pattern, intelligent causation is uniquely implicated.