Research on Intelligent Design

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

Monday, April 24, 2006

Intelligent Design In Cryptography: The Enigma Encryption Machine

Enigma machine's products decrypted by TICOM (Target Intelligence Committee).

Lönnig wrote:
"...Dembski has proposed and elaborated the term “specified complexity” by incorporating five main factors to guarantee its applicability not only to diverse human branches of research (e.g. forensic science, cryptography, intellectual property law, random number generation, insurance claim investigation, archaeology, SETI), but also to the origin of species and higher systematic categories..."
To decode a hidden message is as exciting as to interpret a 'new' archaeological puzzling language or to understand the translation of DNA into 'new' Peptides and Modular Proteins!

Related Links:

The United States National Cryptologic Museum (also go there to external links, for example).

Operation Paperclip (a.k.a., Project Paperclip and Operation Overcast)

Operation Alsos (see its missions) and sub-operations: Operation Big and Operation Harborage.

Operation Epsilon

Operation Stella Polaris

Also see in this site:

Decoding Intelligence, Joerg Arnu and Clark

Intelligent Design in Archaeology and in Biology

The Maya and Archaeological Decoding

Common Patterns in the Ancient World, their Pyramids and gods

Three Rivers and Six Fingers Thrice


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