Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Wedge Document

The Wedge is more than 15 years old, and was written by a man who is long retired from the ID community. What one man’s motives were are irrelevant to the science of ID Theory. Phillip Johnson is the one … Continue reading

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DOES EVOLUTION ALONE INCREASE INFORMATION IN A GENOME?

This is in response to the video entitled, “Evolution CAN Increase Information (Classroom Edition).” I agree with the basic presentation of Shannon’s work in the video, along with its evaluation of Information Theory, the Information Theory definition of “information,” bits, … Continue reading

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MICHAEL BEHE ON THE WITNESS STAND

As most people are aware, Michael Behe championed the design-inspired ID Theory hypothesis of Irreducible Complexity.  Michael Behe testified as an expert witness in Kitzmiller v. Dover (2005).  Transcripts of all the testimony and proceedings of the Dover trial are … Continue reading

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Response to Claim That ID Theory Is An Argument from Incredulity

The Contention That Intelligent Design Theory Succumbs To A Logic Fallacy: It is argued by those who object to the validity of ID Theory that the proposition of design in nature is an argument from ignorance.   There is no validity … Continue reading

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