Joined: June 2007
Cornelius: “3. We can make a design inference. People have always done this, and we can formalize methods to do this.”
I understand a little about CSI, explanatory filters etc, although I’m not a mathematician so some of the math is beyond me. But these concepts are often presented in a generalized way (or apply to the whole evolutionary landscape); what I’m interested in understanding further is the idea of the “formalized methods” that Cornelius mentions being applied to a specific artifact. For example, is it possible to show the working documentation for how a conclusion of design inference was derived for, say, the flagellum?
but you knew that, right?
what does Corny Tard say?
"Ummmm yeah i know all about that or not enough any way read this blag"
Seversky, I extol thee. Thou hast survived the tard for many moons.
Cornelius Hunter @ 32
You need to read Sober.
This would be the same Elliott Sober who concluded an article entitled What is wrong with Intelligent Design? with the sentence:
|In all its forms, ID fails to constitute a serious alternative to evolutionary theory.|
Here I must agree. We need to read Sober.
You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK
Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG
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I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles