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In this episode of ID the Future, hear about octopus hatchlings’ distributed intelligence and survival instincts, as highlighted in Dr. Geoffrey Simmons’ book, Billions of Missing Links. Listen in to learn about how baby sea turtles use an imprinted magnetic map to navigate across the ocean. Illustra Media’s newest documentary, Living Waters, explores sea creatures, such as sea turtles, whose complexity points to intelligent design. On August 7, Discovery Institute will host the northwest film premiere of Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth, at McCaw Hall in Seattle. For more information and to register, visit our event page.

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In this episode of ID The Future, Andrew McDiarmid catches up with Dr. Stephen Meyer to clarify two important points raised during his recent discussion with Alex Berezow of Real Clear Science on the Michael Medved Show. Berezow uses developmental hox genes and the research of Richard Lenski as examples of the creative power of the mutation/selection Darwinian mechanism. Here, Meyer points out that although hox genes can produce changes in an organism during development, the changes are usually deleterious and are expressed after body plan formation has already been established. Meyer also clarifies the results of Richard Lenski’s E. coli long-term evolution experiment, showing that even the modest change in function reported by the experiment does not diminish the problem of the origin of information as detailed in Dr. Meyer’s book Darwin’s Doubt.

Miss the debate? You can listen to the whole thing on Dr. Meyer’s Youtube Channel.

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On this second episode of ID the Future, Sarah Chaffee interviews Casey Luskin, Research Coordinator at the Center for Science and Culture and contributor to the newly-released Debating Darwin’s Doubt. Luskin unpacks the book’s responses to Charles Marshall’s review in the journal Science, exploring developmental gene regulatory networks and the origin of new biological information. For a limited time, you can get Debating Darwin's Doubt at 35 percent off the cover price by going here and entering the discount code 4DXTSYJU.
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On this first episode of ID the Future, Sarah Chaffee interviews Casey Luskin, Research Coordinator for the Center for Science and Culture and contributor to the newly-released Debating Darwin’s Doubt. Luskin unpacks the book’s responses to critic Nick Matzke, exploring the classification of organisms, cladistics and the origin of arthropods. For a limited time, you can get Debating Darwin's Doubt at 35 percent off the cover price by going here and entering the discount code 4DXTSYJU.
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On today's episode of ID the Future David Klinghoffer, editor of Evolution News and Views, comments on the 90th anniversary of the Scopes Monkey Trial and the continuing scientific debate over Darwin's theory of evolution. For more information visit discoveryinstitutepress.com/book/debating-darwins-doubt/.
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On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Stephen Meyer is a guest on the Hugh Hewitt show. Meyer and Hewitt discuss Meyer's recent New York Times Bestselling book Darwin's Doubt. Meyer walks listeners through the main points of the book, along with other evidence for the theory of intelligent design. Meyer also dispels the myth that there is a scientific consensus on Darwinian evolution.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Discovery Institute Center for Science and Culture Fellow Nancy Pearcey. Discussing her new book, Finding Truth: Five Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes, Pearcey unpacks the spiritualized view of evolution, tracing it back to Hegel’s “soul of the world.” This concept birthed the postmodern view of the individual as a product of social forces.

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On this episode of ID the Future, hear the first episode of our new ID The Future segment ID Inquiry, in which ID scientists and scholars answer your questions about intelligent design and evolution. Ask your question by sending an email to editor@evolutionnews.org, and tune in to this first episode as Dr. Michael Behe explains the concept of irreducible complexity and what it means for Darwinian evolution. ID Inquiry Inquiring minds want to know about intelligent design. We get a lot of new readers and listeners to Evolution News & Views and ID The Future. And, they have a lot of questions. Our longtime patrons also have questions. So, we’re starting a new segment for ID The Future called ID Inquiry. You can submit questions you have about intelligent design and evolution and any aspect of the overall debate and we’ll find ID scientists and scholars to answer them. Send your questions to editor@evolutionnews.org.
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In this episode of ID the Future, hear about dolphins’ unique sonar systems, as highlighted in Dr. Geoffrey Simmons’ book, Billions of Missing Links. Listen in to learn about how they communicate and search for food using echolocation. Illustra Media’s newest documentary, Living Waters, explores sea creatures whose complexity points to intelligent design. On August 7, Discovery Institute will host the northwest film premiere of Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth, at McCaw Hall in Seattle. For more information and to register, visit our event page.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Discovery Institute Center for Science and Culture Fellow Nancy Pearcey. Discussing her new book, Finding Truth: Five Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes, Pearcey highlights contradictions of evolution’s claims regarding human reason. If Neo-Darwinian theory postulates that man’s knowledge is not necessarily true – simply a product of natural selection - how can it also claim that the idea of God is a mis-firing of the human brain?

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