Today at Design of Life: Channel your inner fish?
|December 24, 2007||Posted by O'Leary under The Design of Life|
Tiktaalik, an early fossil fish with sturdy forefins, helps illustrate the difference between the approach of scientists who are convinced Darwinists and that of scientists who view the problems of evolution primarily in terms of information theory (intelligent design).
The Darwinist says, There! – we have found a missing link, so now we KNOW! what happened (because our theory explains everything).
An information theorist I consulted had an entirely different approach to the problem. He said that we do not know what happened, because we do not know how the information that produced this change came to be in the system. We have observed only the change itself, not the arrival of the information (which is the key point).
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