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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2011,14:31   

Quote (sparc @ Sep. 17 2011,00:21)
IMO this thread needed an update.
Since the announcement at UD on May 1st, 2010 Bio-Complexity published the six articles listed below:  
Vol 2010

Research Articles

The Limits of Complex Adaptation: An Analysis Based on a Simple Model of Structured Bacterial Populations
Douglas Axe

A Vivisection of the ev Computer Organism: Identifying Sources of Active Information
George Montañez, Winston Ewert, William Dembski, Robert Marks

Reductive Evolution Can Prevent Populations from Taking Simple Adaptive Paths to High Fitness
Ann K Gauger, Stephanie Ebnet, Pamela F Fahey, Ralph Seelke

Critical Reviews

The Case Against a Darwinian Origin of Protein Folds
Douglas Axe
Vol 2011

Research Articles

The Evolutionary Accessibility of New Enzymes Functions: A Case Study from the Biotin Pathway
Ann K Gauger, Douglas D Axe

Critical Reviews
Can the Origin of the Genetic Code Be Explained by Direct RNA Templating?
Stephen C Meyer, Paul Nelson
Underlined are authors who happen to be members of the editorial board of Bio-Complexity which is quite impressive number-wise:      
Editor in Chief

Matti Leisola, Enzymology and Enzyme Engineering; Aalto University School of Chemical Technology, Finland

Managing Editor

Douglas Axe, Protein Structure–Function; Biologic Institute, United States

Editorial Board

David Abel, Origin of Life; The Origin-of-Life Science Foundation, United States

William Basener, Statistics and Population Modeling; Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

Michael Behe, Biochemistry and Biological Complexity; Lehigh University, United States

Walter Bradley, Origin of Life; Baylor University, United States

Stuart Burgess, Biomimetics and Biomechanics; University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Russell Carlson, Biochemistry; University of Georgia, United States

William Dembski, Mathematics and Information Theory; Discovery Institute, United States

Marcos Eberlin, Chemistry; State University of Campinas, Brazil

Charles Garner, Prebiotic Chemistry; Baylor University, United States

Loren Haarsma, Biophysics; Calvin College, United States

Peter Imming, Organic Chemistry; Martin Luther University, Germany

James Keener, Bioengineering and Mathematics; University of Utah, United States

David Keller, Biophysical Chemistry and Molecular Machines; University of New Mexico, United States

Branko Kozulic, Biochemistry; Gentius Ltd, Croatia

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, Plant Genetics; Max Plank Institute for Plant Breeding Research (retired), Germany

Jed Macosko, Biophysics and Molecular Machines; Wake Forest University, United States

Robert Marks, Evolutionary Computing and Information Theory; Baylor University, United States

Scott Minnich, Bacterial Pathogenicity; University of Idaho, United States

Norman Nevin, Medical Genetics; Queen's University of Belfast (emeritus), Ireland

Edward Peltzer, Ocean Chemistry, United States

Colin Reeves, Genetic Algorithms and Information Theory; Coventry University, United Kingdom

Siegfried Scherer, Microbial Ecology; Technische Universität München, Germany

Ralph Seelke, Microbiology; University of Wisconsin-Superior, United States

David Snoke, Physics and Modeling; University of Pittsburgh, United States

Richard Sternberg, Genomics, Cladistics and Theoretical Biology; Biologic Institute, United States

Scott Turner, Physiology, Ecology and Evolution; State University of New York-Syracuse, United States

Ji?í Vácha, Pathological Physiology and Evolutionary Theory; Masaryk University (emeritus), Czech Republic

John Walton, Chemistry; University of St Andrews, United Kingdom

Jonathan Wells, Cell and Developmental Biology; Biologic Institute, United States


Ann Gauger, Molecular Genetics and Molecular Biology; Biologic Institute, United States

32 editors for six articles by a total of 11 authors of which five belong to the editorial team. At the same time five members of the editorial team (underlined) and three authors (Dembski, Meyer, Nelson) are fellows of the Discovery Institute. Quite an endeavor for six articles.

It would seem as if the DI has something against Asians.

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