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In the Current Evolution Debate, Don't Let Darwinists Tell You the History of Their Idea Is Irrelevant

Ideas have consequences, but they also have a certain cross-generational integrity. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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In Determining Truthfulness, a Google Team Would Like to Do Your Thinking for You

Google is a business and a very successful one, where the people actually in charge want to make money. Erik J. Larson
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The Language We Use to Describe Human Beings Is Important

The atmosphere on Mars is "incompatible with life." But a baby? Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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SETI Whisperers Betray Their Dependence on Intelligent Design

A concern shared by many people today is over whether or not it's wise to send messages into deep space. Evolution News & Views
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Life on Titan? Unlimber Your Checkbook, Uncle Sam

So maybe bubbles with nitrogen-based membranes could form on Titan. Exciting, right? Evolution News & Views
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More Functions Discovered for "Jumping Genes"

Additional treasure has been found in "junk DNA" -- this time in the repetitive sequences dubbed "jumping genes." Evolution News & Views
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"Resurrected" Flagella Were Just Unplugged

Suppose some guy told you that natural processes could make a functioning television. Michael Behe http://www.discovery.org/p/31
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Humans Will Evolve Beyond Ourselves Via Technology? At Least the Idea Offers Some Comic Relief

Once in a while, when the world is too much with me and I need a little entertainment, I turn to transhumanism. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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How Space Shield Protects Earth from "Sledgehammer Blow" of "Killer Electrons"

A massive attack of high-energy electrons slammed against the Earth's magnetic field last October, but most people didn't even notice. Evolution News & Views
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How Suicide Advocacy Hurts the Sick

Now, in the wake of the Brittany Maynard media frenzy, meet Maggie Karner. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Walking It Back? Further Reflections on the Response to Darwin's Doubt from BioLogos

President Deborah Haarsma suggests that I mischaracterized the perspective of the organization's reviewers in my response to them. Stephen C. Meyer http://www.signatureinthecell.com
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Each Cell in Your Body Is a Walled City Besieged by Enemies

The residents of the city are slowly running out of food and water and are in desperate need of new supplies to stay alive. Howard Glicksman
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More on the Stretched-Rubber Theory of Body Plans

In dispelling the enigma of the Cambrian explosion, this research does not seem to hold out much promise. Evolution News & Views
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Grim Harvest: In Vermont, a Push for Organ Conscription

Presumed consent apparently works well in Spain and some other more communitarian-oriented countries, but it would be a disaster here. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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At the Feet of Clio: History Versus Science?

"Consider that science is a portion of history but not the reverse." Michael Flannery http://www.discovery.org/p/471
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Now Head Transplants? Onward and Upward with Transhumanism

A cover story for New Scientist reports, "First human head transplant could happen in two years." Michael Egnor
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What the Assisted Suicide Debate Has to Do with Evolution

It's not possible to remind yourself too often how evolutionary thinking ramifies through the culture. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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More on the Advantage Physicians, Engineers Enjoy Compared to Evolutionary Biologists

"There are infinitely more ways to get it wrong than to get it right." David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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No, Despite Often-Heard Claims, Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria Is Not Evolution

The treatment of infectious diseases with antibiotics is a superb example of intelligent design principles applied to medical research. Michael Egnor
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How the Body Works: Intelligent Design in Action

Engineers and physicians have a special place in the community of thinkers and scholars who have elaborated the argument for intelligent design. Howard Glicksman
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