XVIVO Employs CSI Against Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
|April 15, 2008||Posted by Dave S. under Intelligent Design|
Ironically, in David Bolinski’s letter backing down on the lawsuit threat to Premise Media (for lack of standing I’m sure as Harvard owns the video not XVIVO) he employs CSI (complex specified information) to back his accusation that Premise ripped off the video from Harvard:
Given the vast number of structures to be removed, and given the structures remaining “on camera”, whose positioning and relationships, both aesthetic and functional, needed to remain true to the function and beauty of molecular biology, it is inconceivable, mathematically, that the animator hired by EXPELLED’s producers, independently and randomly came up with the same identical actin filament mesh XVIVO depicted in one scene, which had never before been rendered anywhere in 3D!
Check it out. Bolinski first establishes complexity of the video:
the vast number of structures
Then he gives the specification:
the same identical actin filament mesh XVIVO depicted
He then goes on to use the Explanatory Filter by identifying probabilistic resources:
EXPELLED’s producers, independently and randomly came up with
He then evaluates the probabilistic resources:
And reaches a design inference:
‘Expelled’ ripped off Harvard’s ‘Inner Life of the Cell’ animation
Congratulations David. You successfully used CSI and the Explanatory Filter to reach a design inference. You made the point very well that it is mathematically inconceivable that random processes create complex specified information. You’re an IDist whether you realize it or not.