Research on Intelligent Design

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

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Bionanomachines in Japan and Intelligent Design classes in Australia

If in the U.S.A. Intelligent Design in Science is not allowed, both in classrooms and in laboratories, other countries more open to detecting the precious designs in nature and to copy them are going to take over the next step for the freedom and progress in science!

The irony is that the U.S.A. was the initial cradle for Intelligent Design in Science!

The next amazing movie demonstrates the discovery, in Japan, of the gears and coordinated functions of the Bacterial Flagella (Windows Media Video, 36.12 MB):

A written interview entitled “Revealing the mystery of the bacterial flagellum — A self-assembling nanomachine with fine switching capability” featuring Keiichi Namba, Professor from Japan (Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University) can be seen at:

The Advance of Intelligent Design in the Colleges of Australia can be seen at:

Where we read that “More than 100 schools are already teaching intelligent design as science, alongside the mandatory curriculum requirement to study evolution.” And 3,000 Schools have been showing to their students the great documentary that is “Unlocking the Mystery of Life : Intelligent Design” (in RealPlayer):

This video has been opening the minds and eyes for a new generation of students and researchers.

New students will emerge without the pernicious Evolutionary Darwinian thinking thanks to the faithful efforts of the U.S.A. and of its love for progress and freedom!


Dr. William Dembski's Update (USA's Day of Thanksgiving to God! Nov. 24, 2005, 8:17 am)
Unveiling of New ID Website in Australia
Intelligent Design Network Australia
The unveiling of this website coincides with the distribution of Unlocking the Mystery of Life to 3000 High Schools.


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