Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II, "Algorithmic Specified Complexity in the Game of Life," IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics: Systems, Volume 45, Issue 4, April 2015, pp. 584-594 DOI: 10.1109/TSMC.2014.2331917The paper is available online here: http://robertmarks.org/REPRINTS/2015_AlgorithmicSpecifiedComplexityInTheGameOfLife.pdf
On this episode of ID the Future, hear an excerpt of a presentation by Dr. Ann Gauger, recorded at a “Science and Human Origins” conference, sponsored by Discovery Institute in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on Sept. 20, 2014. In this segment, Ann Gauger discusses why there isn’t enough time in the fossil record to account for human/chimp genetic differences.
Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, Robert J. Marks II, “Algorithmic Specified Complexity,” in Engineering and the Ultimate: An Interdisciplinary Investigation of Order and Design in Nature and Craft, edited by Jonathan Bartlett, Dominic Halsmer and Mark Hall (Blyth Institute Press, 2014), pp.131-149.The paper is available online here: http://robertmarks.org/REPRINTS/2014_AlgorithmicSpecifiedComplexity.pdf
In this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Tim Standish, senior scientist at the Geoscience Research Institute, and adjunct faculty member at Loma Linda University, where he teaches molecular genetics. Dr. Standish shares about Living Waters and his personal interest in intelligent design.
Join us on Friday, February 5 for the greater Houston premiere of the new intelligent design film, Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth. The event will feature Paul Nelson and Lee Strobel. The film premiere is free, but registration is required. Find out more!
On this episode of ID The Future, mathematician David Berlinski joins biochemist Michael Denton for continued discussion on the difficulties of Darwinian evolution to be a viable modern theory of the origin and development of life and the cosmos. On this episode, Berlinski explains why many conservative intellectuals have trouble doubting Darwin. Denton suggests that the mechanistic, Darwinian framework will eventually collapse, and reviews the essential differences in worldview between the Darwin supporter and the Darwin doubter. Tune in to the final episode of this stimulating exchange!
Biologist Michael Denton published the groundbreaking Evolution: A Theory in Crisis more than 30 years ago. On this episode of ID the Future, we will be giving you a special preview of biologist Michael Denton’s new book, Evolution: Still a Theory in Crisis, and hearing from Denton and biochemist Michael Behe.
On this episode of ID The Future, philosopher and author David Berlinski joins geneticist and researcher Michael Denton for continued discussion on the debate over Darwinian evolution. Why has the theory persisted? What weaknesses threaten its existence in the 21st century?
As Berlinski puts it: "...applying Darwinian principles to problems of this level of complexity is like putting a Band-Aid on a wound caused by an atomic weapon. It's just not going to work." Listen in as Berlinski and Denton explain why the Darwinian mechanism is being widely questioned as a viable theory of the origin and development of life.
On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Wayne Rossiter, author of Shadow of Oz: Theistic Evolution and the Absent God. Rossiter shares about the biggest scientific and theological problems he sees with theistic evolution.
In this episode of ID the Future, John West, Associate Director of the Center for Science and Culture, discusses a recent effort by the United Methodist church to ban Discovery Institute from sponsoring an information table at its upcoming General Conference. Listen in to learn about the situation and find out what you can do to help overturn the ban.
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