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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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INTELLIGENT DESIGN THEORY EXPLAINED

TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS OF ID: 1. MECHANISM: ID as a mechanism in and of itself – Intelligent Design is the action and result of artificial intervention interrupting undirected natural processes, such as natural selection. 2. HYPOTHESIS: ID as a scientific hypothesis … Continue reading

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MICHAEL BEHE SETS THE STANDARD

  The phrase irreducible complexity has reluctantly entered the working vocabulary of evolutionary biologists, though they usually disparage its source (Dr. Michael Behe, leading proponent of intelligent design). The latest evidence is a paper in Science that was titled with … Continue reading

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