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NAS Authority: It Makes No (Theo)logical Sense and it Defies Notions of a Supreme Intelligence

In his book Inside the Human Genome Evolution professor John Avise makes the usual evolutionary truth claims that biological designs make “no (theo)logical sense” and “defy notions of a supreme intelligence.” The biological designs, in this case, are those involved in the mitochondria’s cellular energy production. Avise writes:  Read more

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2 Responses to NAS Authority: It Makes No (Theo)logical Sense and it Defies Notions of a Supreme Intelligence

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    EndoplasmicMessenger

    This article explains why intelligence is no antidote against bias:

    “And here’s the upsetting punch line: intelligence seems to make things worse.”

    http://www.newyorker.com/onlin.....udies.html

  2. Sounds like the Clay is arguing with the Potter.

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