How Intelligent Design Clarifies Biological Redundancy
ID licenses scientists to be curious about non-conserved biological redundancy and to investigate the possibility that biological redundancy is purposeful.
Preview: James Tour, Brian Miller on the Origin of “Data Risk Management” in DNA
If computer scientists build systems like that, and life at the DNA level also incorporates them, for the very same reasons, that’s rather suggestive.
Five New Biology Papers Show Cracks in Darwin’s Foundation
Are there rumblings of discontent? Is it getting safer to question the claims of conventional neo-Darwinism?
Doctor’s Diary: The Ultimate Engineer
The 4-4-4 rule says that we would perish without oxygen for four minutes, water for four days, or food for four weeks.
Your “Botched Body”: Bad Design or Bad Logic?
Whenever a complex system of systems works at all, it seems counterproductive to attempt a “bad design” argument.