Category Archives: COMPLEX SPECIFIED INFORMATION (CSI)

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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RESPONSE TO THE MARK PERAKH CRITIQUE, “THERE IS A FREE LUNCH AFTER ALL: WILLIAM DEMBSKI’S WRONG ANSWERS TO IRRELEVANT QUESTIONS”

I. INTRODUCTION This essay is a reply to chapter 11 of the book authored by Mark Perakh entitled, Why Intelligent Design Fails: A Scientific Critique of the New Creationism (2004).  The chapter can be review here.  Chapter 11, “There is a … Continue reading

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COMPLEX SPECIFIED INFORMATION (CSI) – An Explanation of Specified Complexity

This entry is a sequel to my original blog essay on CSI, which was a more elementary discussion that can be reviewed here.   Complex Specified Information (CSI) is also called specified complexity.  CSI is a concept that is not original … Continue reading

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COMPLEX SPECIFIED INFORMATION (CSI) – An Introductory Discussion of Specified Complexity

Definition of Information, CSI, Complex Specified Information: Intelligence and Information with respect to ID theory: The scientific method is commonly described as a 5-step process involving observations, hypothesis, experiments, results and conclusion. The Scientific Theory of Intelligent Design begins with … Continue reading

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