Tag: universal probability bound
Stephen Meyer, James Croft: Philosophers Battle Over the God Hypothesis
Croft ultimately had the worse of the argument on substance, as I intend to show over several forthcoming posts.
Natural and Artificial Nuclear Reactors: Evidence of Purpose in Energy Production?
In 1972 French physicists discovered that natural nuclear fission reactors were in operation about two billion years ago in Oklo, Gabon in Africa.
A “Natural” Adjustable Wrench? More Conversations with a Theistic Evolutionist
Somehow, without any calculation at all, we’re all certain that geological processes can’t make a wrench.
New Peer-Reviewed Paper Demolishes Fallacious Objection: “Aren’t There Vast Eons of Time for Evolution?”
When debating intelligent design (ID), there are countless times I’ve heard the old objection, “But aren’t there millions of years for Darwinian evolution?” Perhaps there are, but that doesn’t mean the Darwinian mechanism has sufficient opportunities to produce the observed complexity found in life. Darwin put forward a falsifiable theory, stating that his mechanism must work by “numerous successive slight modifications.” Michael Behe took Darwin at his word, and argued in Darwin’s Black Box that irreducible complexity refuted Darwinian evolution because there exist complex structures that cannot be built in such a stepwise manner. Darwin’s latter day defenders responded to Behe by effectively putting Darwinism into an unfalsifiable position: they put forth wildly speculative and unlikely appeals to indirect evolution. Read More ›