Category: Irreducible Complexity
|October 2, 2013||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity|
Here. Why don’t they just revoke the science creds of anyone who thinks there is more to know than Darwin ((“the best idea anyone ever had”) did? Alternatively, life has moved on.
UD Pro-Darwinism essay challenge unanswered a year later, I: Let’s get the essence of design theory as a scientific, inductive inference straight
Today marks a full year since I issued an open challenge to Darwinists to ground their theory and its OOL extension and root, in light of actually observed capabilities of blind watchmaker mechanisms of chance and necessity through an essay I would host here at UD. The pivot of the challenge is the modern version […]
|September 22, 2013||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity|
Behe: Dr. Lacey, most publications consider it responsible journalism to publish letters by well-known advocates of views attacked in articles. Yes, but Lacey can get a salary from suppressing dissent.
|September 22, 2013||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity|
The claim is that evidence from hundreds of laboratories shows that the flagellum is NOT irreducibly complex.
|September 21, 2013||Posted by johnnyb under Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Origin Of Life|
There are three main approaches to current origin-of-life studies – metabolism-first, replication-first, and membrane-first. The problem with each of these approaches is that they ignore the reality of irreducible complexity in self-replicating system.
|September 19, 2013||Posted by scordova under Darwinism, Irreducible Complexity, News|
Selection after something exists is not the same as selection before something exists, except in confused, illogical thinking of Darwinists. This is the heart of the problem that Behe’s Irreducible Complexity poses for Darwinism. I once offered a Darwinist $100 if he could figure out the 40 letter password I’d written on a piece of […]
|August 19, 2013||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity|
Can’t see where the comments box is, but no doubt it will soon be chock full of vituperation from the friends of Darwin. Tomorrow is Tuesday, after all.
|July 25, 2013||Posted by News under American Scientific Affiliation, Irreducible Complexity, News|
Calvin College prof presented his model at the recent ASA meet.
|July 19, 2013||Posted by scordova under Irreducible Complexity|
Yeah, only in Dawkins’ dreams. Look at the right atrium in these four creatures from Encyclopedia Britannica: How did that right atrium evolve from one side to the other along with changes in its connection to the pulmonary artery? In the crocodile and snake the right atrium is on the right ventricle but in the […]
|June 17, 2013||Posted by scordova under Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity|
Irreducibly Complex systems are those systems (man-made or otherwise), where removal of critical core parts results in malfunction. By way of contrast, fault tolerant systems allow removal of parts or entire sub-systems, yet intended function is still retained. Removable parts or subsystems in fault tolerant architectures are also contrasted with useless parts which serve no […]
|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 19, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Functionally Specified Complex Information & Organization, ID Foundations, Irreducible Complexity, Origin Of Life, Video|
In Illustra Media’s Darwin’s Dilemma, there is a clip on proteins as islands of function in amino acid sequence space: embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt Food for thought. As a stimulus to such, let us next note how the bloggist Wintery Knight has given an interesting summary of the challenges involved if a chance-dominated process […]
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 […]
Andre asks an excellent question regarding DNA as a part of an in-cell irreducibly complex communication system
|April 23, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under ID Foundations, Irreducible Complexity, Origin Of Life, Tree of life|
Newbie commenter Andre, in an exchange with Mr Matzke, asks some interesting questions concerning DNA. First, let us remind ourselves of what we are discussing, courtesy NIH: Next, Andre’s comment: DNA has the following; 1. Functional Information 2. Encoder 3. Error correction . Decoder . . . can you please show me in a step […]
|April 12, 2013||Posted by kairosfocus under Complex Specified Information, ID Foundations, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society|
Sometimes, we run across a sleeper that just begs to be headlined here at UD. EA’s short primer on ID, drawn up in Sept 2003, is such a sleeper. Let’s observe: __________ >> Brief Primer on Intelligent Design Having read a fair amount of material on intelligent design and having been involved in various […]
|September 24, 2012||Posted by Jonathan M under Irreducible Complexity|
Going back to my undergraduate days, I have long been struck by the engineering elegance and intrinsic beauty of that familiar icon of intelligent design, the bacterial flagellar nano-motor. In tribute to this masterpiece of design, I have just published a detailed (31 pages, inclusive of references) literature review in which I describe the processes […]
Irreducible complexity: “The Enigma Code could be broken, whereas the enigma of the unconscious cannot.”
|August 6, 2012||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity, Mind, News|
Nothing like Enigma explains … the behaviour of a large group of people, all with separate individual histories, who get involved with a mass movement.
|August 5, 2012||Posted by News under Irreducible Complexity|
Maybe the connection between Darwinism and totalitarian regimes runs deeper than even Richard Weikart thinks …
|July 27, 2012||Posted by News under Chemistry, Irreducible Complexity, News|
If they are directed by thousands of irreducibly complex minds.
|July 27, 2012||Posted by News under Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, News|
We’re pretty sure Mike Behe likes it.