Denton’s “Puzzle of Perfection,” Then and Now
The flip side of Darwin’s proposal of natural selection as a designer substitute is that “things look designed — because they are designed.”
Appreciating the Irreducibly Complex Design of Salmon Osmoregulation
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.
What’s “Natural”? Engineering Creates a Conundrum for Evolutionists
I do not know Dr. Merilä’s stance on human origins, but it is a safe bet that he denies intelligent design, and believes humans evolved from other animals.
Secrets that Give Sea Lions and Jellyfish Their Edge as Swimmers
The world’s best human designers are attempting to build machines to mimic what these animals “naturally do.
Defining the “Science of Purpose”
The “science of purpose” is new to the analytic framework, and is thus obliged to make the case for its claim to validity.