Research on Intelligent Design

To put together scientific advances from the perspective of Intelligent Design.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Key Resources For Parents And School Board Members

In the next link from the Discovery Institute we can find useful information for the Critical Analysis of Evolution:


Essential Readings

Then, next read the PDF version of Meyer's article , entitled:

Intelligent Design: The Origin Of Biological Information And The Higher Taxonomic Categories. By: Stephen C. Meyer. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. August 4th, 2004.

That article includes the text directly discussing and trying to support design theory highlighted in red. This is primarily at the end of the article where Meyer lays out the case for intelligent design as a better explanation than Darwinian evolution.


Blogger Ed Darrell said...

Interesting that you present intelligent design as a political meme for debating at school board meetings, instead of as a science topic suitable for research.

Why the focus on school boards, if there is real science there?

Friday, October 07, 2005 10:18:00 PM  
Blogger fdocc said...

Edwin S. Darrell,

The current historical developments can not be excluded from the full picture. The new generation of scientists (and their parents) needs to be aware of the novel and refreshing "Critical Analysis of Evolution".

Are you denying that this vital and current scientific history is worthy to be clearly presented here?

Even it has been presented in Nature's front page!

From Nature's Cover:

"This journal contains material on evolution. Evolution by natural selection is a theory, not a fact. This material should be approached with an open mind, studied carefully and critically considered."

Approved by the University Board of ______, 2006.

"Is Intelligent Design coming to your Campus?"

Then, see "Intelligent design: Who has designs on your students' minds?"

And my comments over that Editorial.

And Nature's related info.:
On George Mason University discriminating Intelligent Design advocate Caroline Crooker:
Box 1. Cast out from class.
Box 2. Natural Divisions.

Just one example for all readers to see, you can find how media reporters today are completely unable to differentiate between the design and the designer (i.e., Abrams. See the Abrams_Report_Transcript-September_29_2005.pdf). That deliberate blindness' disease can be developed by blindly relying in a crooked liar (the NCSE and its "missionary" Eugenie C. Scott et al). The facts: Eugenie C. Scott declared "Steve, your article doesn't mention intelligent design." To such liar which is Eugenie C. Scott, Meyer answered, "of course it does… she can't tell me what was in my own article"! Abrams then was stubbornly asking, "Who is the intelligent designer? Who is the intelligent designer?" , while all that Intelligent Design does is to detect the signature of intelligence in nature!

Stephen C. Meyer declared: "I personally do think that God created the world. But the reason that as a design theorist, we are careful not to say more than we can detect intelligence is not because we are trying to pull a sham or the wool over anyone's eyes, we're trying to be careful about what the evidence can establish and what it can't. The argument for design is based on evidence and the evidence established an intelligent cause, but it can't establish the identity of the intelligence."

Abrams ended up this segment by declaring, "by the way. Stephen Meyer, you're a good sport".

So, I want to ask you Edwin S. Darrell, with the same insistence that we saw in Abrams show, "do you personally think that God created the world, as I do?" If the answer is yes, do you agree with Meyer or with NCSE's Scott, the liar?

" Being a good sport" means acting in a way that meets certain high ethical standards. So, "Scott, you are a bad sport".

Are you then also attempting to deny our people to know the full story?

Tuesday, October 11, 2005 8:47:00 AM  

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