Category: Design inference
|August 19, 2013||Posted by News under Culture, Design inference, News|
The Pastas say they don’t take themselves seriously. In these times, alas, it may not be in their hands:
|August 16, 2013||Posted by News under Design inference, News|
Mathematician: “Coincidences and their analysis have led to important academic research in all areas where probability plays a role.”
|August 16, 2013||Posted by News under Design inference, News|
As information theorist Henry Quastler observed, the “creation of new information is habitually associated with conscious activity.”
They said it: “in the spirit of Carthago delenda est . . . ” — AF issues a strawman fallacy-tainted challenge to design thought
|August 7, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Atheism, Darwinist rhetorical tactics, Design inference, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, FYI-FTR, ID Foundations, They said it . . .|
Longtime design objector AF has just issued an inadvertently revealing challenge in the Info by accident thread: AF, 224: >> And in the spirit of Carthago delenda est if anyone has a testable hypothesis of “Intelligent Design”, that would be good, too!>> This is brazen, and utterly revealing. Cato’s “Carthage must fall” was a declaration […]
|July 11, 2013||Posted by News under Darwinism, Design inference, News|
Absolutely no one did this stuff, according to sources.
|June 26, 2013||Posted by News under Darwinism, Design inference, Intelligent Design|
Knock us over with a paper clip.
|June 21, 2013||Posted by DonaldM under Biology, Cambrian explosion, Darwinism, Design inference, Evolution, Evolutionary biology, Informatics, pre-Cambrian, Tree of life|
In the comments of this UD post from yesterday, (comment #21) I referred to Nick Matzke’s rant over at the Panda’s Thumb yesterday as yet another illustration of the double standard’s Matzke’s has when it comes to his critiques of anyone who dares challenge Darwinian Orthodoxy. In my comments yesterday, I gave an example of […]
|June 2, 2013||Posted by News under Culture, Design inference|
Satan is the first evolutionary psychologist ever to expound on religion.
|June 2, 2013||Posted by DonaldM under Biology, Complex Specified Information, Darwinism, Design inference, Evolution, Evolutionary biology, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Philosophy, Selective Hyperskepticism|
This my third installment of a discussion I began here and continued here on the validity of the claim that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”, or what I call the EC-EE claim. In the first installment we looked at the EC-EE claim itself and asked whether the EC-EE claim is an example of an EC-EE […]
|May 31, 2013||Posted by News under Design inference|
Recently, we noted cicadas’ apparent predilection for the prime numbers of 13 and 17.
The “ID is Creationism in a cheap tuxedo” smear championed by Eugenie Scott et al of NCSE is now Law School Textbook orthodoxy . . .
From ENV — even as Dr Eugenie Scott of NCSE retires (having championed the ID is Creationism in a cheap tuxedo smear for years and years in the teeth of all correction . . . ) — we see a development, courtesy a whistle-blowing Law School student: The latest attempt to insert creationism into the […]
A “simple” summing up of the basic case for scientifically inferring design (in light of the logic of scientific induction per best explanation of the unobserved past)
In answering yet another round of G’s talking points on design theory and those of us who advocate it, I have outlined a summary of design thinking and its links onward to debates on theology, that I think is worth being somewhat adapted, expanded and headlined. With your indulgence: _______________ >> The epistemological warrant for […]
FOR RECORD: AF’s insistent strawman misrepresentation tactics and false accusation of fraud (“CSI is a bogus concept so it would not figure in anyone’s calculations . . . “) exposed . . .
|April 26, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Atheism, Complex Specified Information, Creationism, Design inference, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, ID Foundations, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society, Selective Hyperskepticism||
Sometimes, it is necessary to speak for record on rather unpleasant matters. This is one of them, in response to longtime objector AF’s willfully continued misrepresentations and false accusations. Accordingly, I clip 479 in the Oldies thread, with reference to my corrective at 459 and AF’s retort at 465 that compounds the misrepresentations and false […]
|April 24, 2013||Posted by DonaldM under Cosmology, Design inference, Engineering, Intelligent Design, Philosophy|
The Omega watch company’s co-axial chronometer is billed as the most precise mechanical device in the world. In their video ad featured here, the images associate the intricate design of the cosmos with the design of the watch…a classic teleological argument. The implication seems to be that the intricate, superb design of the watch is […]
ID Foundations, 18 (video): Dr Stephen Meyer of Discovery Institute presents the case for Intelligent Design (with particular reference to OoL)
Here, HT WK: embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt Take an hour and a half to learn what ID is about (yes, what it is really about [and cf. here at UD for correctives to common strawman distortions . . . ]), with particular focus on the origin of cell based life [OoL], through watching a […]
ID Foundations, 17: Stephen C. Meyer’s summary of the positive inductive logic case for design as best explanation of the FSCO/I* in DNA
|April 4, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Design inference, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, ID Foundations, Logic and First Principles of right reason, Origin Of Life, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society|
(Prev. : No 16 F/N: 17a, here) *NB: For those new to UD, FSCO/I means: Functionally Specific Complex Organisation and/or associated Information From time to time, we need to refocus our attention on foundational issues relating to the positive case for inferring design as best explanation for certain phenomena connected to origins of the cosmos, […]
|February 19, 2013||Posted by DLH under Complex Specified Information, Design inference, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Genomics, Human evolution, Intelligent Design|
Geneticist Gerald R. Crabtree reviews evidence showing genomic mutations are degrading the 2000 to 5000 genes needed for our intellectual and emotional function: New developments in genetics, anthropology, and neurobiology predict that a very large number of genes underlie our intellectual and emotional abilities, making these abilities genetically surprisingly fragile. . . .
Wiki’s F – – on ID, 3: The pseudoscience false accusation vs the demarcation challenge for origins sciences
|January 4, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Creationism, Culture, Darwinism, Design inference, Education, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, ID Foundations, science education, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society||
(To comment, go here) As we continue to mark up the Wikipedia introductory remarks on ID in its dismissive article, the next focal issue on failure to achieve the vaunted NPOV or carry out responsibilities of truthfulness, warrant and fairness, is: Intelligent design is viewed as a pseudoscience by the scientific community, because it lacks […]
Wiki’s F – – on ID, 2: Wiki’s ideologically driven corruption of the definitions of science and its methods
|January 2, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Cosmology, Creationism, Culture, Darwinism, Design inference, Education, Evolution, Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, ID Foundations, Media, science education, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society||
As we continue to mark up the Wiki article on ID, the next thing to notice is how the anonymous contributors have projected unto ID, an accusation of trying to redefine science and its methods in service to supernaturalistic creationism: Intelligent design (ID) is a form of creationism promulgated by the Discovery Institute . . […]
|October 25, 2012||Posted by William Dembski under Design inference, Intelligent Design|
I just want to let people on this forum know that I’m finally updating my personal website at DesignInference.com. Specifically, the page with my writings, which had not been updated for three years, is now largely up to date (though it omits articles and books in the pipeline): http://www.designinference.com/dembski-on-intelligent-design/dembski-writings. My own work and research, though […]