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|Quote (midwifetoad @ Sep. 01 2011,21:19)|
|Darwin still failing at UD:|
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All posts in this series:
2006: Dissent from Darwin is becoming more open among professionals
2007: Darwinist efforts to stifle the ID community are failing
2008: Lots of people doubt Darwin that you didn’t think would, and are not afraid to say so
2009: The modern (neo-Darwinian) synthesis is – safely – admitted to be fading
2010: Layer on layer of intricacy outstrips Darwinian just-so stories
| The top intelligent design book honors for 2007 goes to Michael Behe’s Edge of Evolution [bla bla bla]|
The “edge” of evolution, a line that defines the border between random and non-random mutation, lies very far from where Darwin pointed. Behe argues convincingly that most of the mutations that have defined the history of life on earth have been non-random.
Most Darwinist response is ill-informed attacks and cries of “Darwindunit!” when it was plentifully obvious that Darwin didn’t do it.
"Random mutations, if they are truly random, will affect, and potentially damage, any aspect of the organism, [...]
Thus, a realistic [computer] simulation [of evolution] would allow the program, OS, and hardware to be affected in a random fashion." GilDodgen, Frilly shirt owner