Tag: Robert Crowther
Intention, Agency, Even in “Simple” Life Is No Illusion
As biologist Scott Turner explains, the appearance is not false but very real, a fact from whose profound implications most scientists veil their eyes.
Free Speech and Intelligent Design’s Warning
The censors came for us first, and no one protested. Now they’re coming for you. Indeed, they are coming for Charles Darwin himself.
Answering Critiques of Specification in William Dembski’s Design Filter
William Dembski accurately formalized a filter we use so often that we’re like fish in the sea.
Censors Claim Teachers “Advocate Evolution” More Now Than in 2007 — Don’t Believe It
How likely are biology teachers with doubts about Darwinism to participate in a survey by an organization instrumental in attacking Darwin-doubting teachers?
Whale of a Webinar Debuts a Delightful “Long Story Short” Video
Whales are held up as a model of what unguided evolution can do in a short time: in this case, just 8 million years, or perhaps even half that.