Tag: Signature in the Cell
The Uncivil Style of Intelligent Design Critics
I’m going to let ENV readers in on a little secret: When many of us in the intelligent design (ID) movement read the arguments coming from our critics, we’re surprised at their low quality and style.
Stephen Meyer Debates Keith Fox on Premier Radio UK
Fox acknowledges what philosopher Thomas Nagel calls the “fiendishly difficult problem” of the origin of life, but he seems to think that, given time, we’ll sort it all out.
Stand Up Now for David Coppedge’s Right to Speak about Intelligent Design!
Urgent Action Required: Contact the leaders of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab and demand they make things right.
Lynn Margulis, Acclaimed Biologist and Critic of Neo-Darwinism, RIP
“No evidence in the vast literature of heredity changes shows unambigious evidence that random mutation itself, even with geographical isolation of populations, leads to speciation. Then how do new species come into being? How do cauliflowers descend from tiny, wild Mediterranean cabbagelike plants, or pigs from wild boars?”
Pumice and the Origin of Life
Pumice stone has other uses including the preparation of stonewashed denim. (You may find bits of it in the pockets of your newly purchased “distressed” jeans.)