Tag: specified complexity
Recognizing Design by a “Purposeful Arrangement of Parts”
A correspondent asked about “specified complexity” and the intelligent design of the eye.
Is Fine-Tuning “More Extreme” in Biology or Cosmology?
As authors Thorvaldsen and Hössjer say, “Biology is inherently more complicated than the large-scale universe and so fine-tuning is even more a feature.”
Really? Editors Claim They Were “Unaware” of Article’s Intelligent Design Connections
The implication is that the editors — Denise Kirschner, Mark Chaplain, and Akira Sasaki — did not realize the article was about intelligent design.
What Intelligent Design Research on COVID-19 Would Look Like
Is there evidence for intelligent human agency in COVID-19, given its structure and what is known about its emergence?
Retirement ≠ Repudiation
My position here hasn’t changed. I’ve beefed up specified complexity and developed it further over the years.