Countering “flat universe theory” is Gilder’s enterprise, and it captures much of what we do at Discovery Institute.
Many high school students are eager to go beyond the brief and airbrushed presentation of evolutionary theory found in their biology textbooks, and are full of questions.
The Seminars have consistently borne great fruit. Graduate students, post-docs, even faculty are now doing research on intelligent design that will have an impact someday.
This is how we train the next generation of scientists and scholars in the leadership of the ID movement.
In 2001, Hawking gave a talk at the Seattle Opera House and Discovery Institute was among several organizations co-sponsoring the event.