Tag: Texas A&M University
Walter Bradley’s Wonderful Life — Scientist, Humanitarian, ID Proponent
Walter Bradley may not be a household name, but in a fair world he would be. He has changed many lives, and the world is a much better place because of him.
Critic Josh Swamidass Meets Michael Behe Tonight at Texas A&M
Someone had a clever idea: stage a debate between biologist Michael Behe and his critic Joshua Swamidass on “God and/or Evolution?”
Clever Designs in Nature Worth Imitating
As the biomimetics movement accelerates, scientists keep providing more and more examples of intelligent design in organisms great and small.
Humpty Dumpty and the Origin of Life — Paul Nelson at Texas A&M University, Thursday, March 30
Dr. Nelson will ask why a bacterial cell subjected to sterilizing sonication — or death by sound — will never come back to life. Ever.