Joined: Dec. 2002
It's ironic that you link to a discussion of Dembski's essay on specification. One the one hand, you try to illustrate differences between Dembski and Mike Gene, with the claim that Dembski is the weaker of the two. But, so far, you give us as many similarities as differences. I've shown you one similarity. The link to the essay on specifications brings up another.
Mike Gene's laundry list is quite akin to a "method" for deriving a specification. How does this set him apart from Dembski? Why is Dembski so wrong and Mike Gene less so?
Also, what the heck does randomness have to do with ID?