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Is There a Limit to the Number of a Designer's Creative Acts?

"A Whiter Shade" is, in a real sense, a descendant of Bach's BWV 156, similar to an untold number of other songs that have borrowed from Bach. Walter Myers III
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In the Public Interest? ProPublica Misrepresents Intelligent Design and Discovery Institute Policy

Critical analysis does not entail any discussion of religion. Sarah Chaffee
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With Darwin Day Approaching, It's Time for a Look Back at Evolution and American History

Darwin Day is coming up -- February 12, aka Academic Freedom Day. Yes, that means we'll be introducing you to a new Censor of the Year. Evolution News & Views
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In Mouse and Human Embryo Development, Critical Transition Points Beyond Neo-Darwinism

On ID the Future, CSC Senior Fellow Ann Gauger discusses a recent paper in the journal Cell. Evolution News & Views
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Incremental Versus Radical Innovation: A Response to Josh Swamidass on Evolution and Cancer

Dr. Swamidass is an Assistant Professor of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine at Washington University, and a frequent critic of intelligent design. Brian Miller
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The Curious Romance of Darwinism and Creationism -- And Why Intelligent Design Must Be Silenced

In his new book, Tom Bethell cites a telling lecture by origin-of-life researcher Nita Sahai. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Journalist Tom Bethell Puts to Rest the "I'm Not a Scientist" Dodge

My wife was complaining to me today that I don't podcast enough. Hah! Here's a new episode of ID the Future. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Fact Check: No, the Texas Board of Education Has Not Authorized "Creationism" in Its Science Standards

The Texas Board of Education met this past week to discuss the streamlining of its science standards, greeted by much news attention. Sarah Chaffee
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An Opening for Academic Freedom in Texas, as Representative Swanson Files a Bill

This legislation, if passed, would protect teachers who wish to discuss the "scientific strengths and weaknesses of existing scientific theories." Sarah Chaffee
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March for Science Gets "Hijacked" by Partisanship

If science ever becomes conflated in the public mind with left-wing advocacy, it will profoundly harm that crucial sector. Wesley J. Smith http://www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism
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Biologist Ann Gauger: Apoptosis (Cell Death) Is an Enigma for Darwinism

Sarah Chaffee and Discovery Institute biologist Ann Gauger have been conducting a multipart conversation about the cell. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Tom Bethell on Mind, Matter, and Self-Defeating Darwinism

The assertion of materialism, which is the foundation of Darwinian theory, runs headlong into what we know about our own inner lives. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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See the Trailer Now -- Meet Tom Bethell, Author of Darwin's House of Cards

As Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard says, Bethell "writes like a dream," which captures my sentiment. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Did Complex Flight Feathers "Emerge"?

Consider something you know is intelligently designed: for example, software code for an app that flies a drone. Evolution News & Views
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Michael Behe Is Headed to Florida for Back-to-Back Screenings of Revolutionary!

We've got you well covered in the Sunshine State. Evolution News & Views
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Ten Tips for Spotting Fake Science News on Evolution

Not any journalist who commits one or more of the following is guilty of spreading fake news, but these are things to watch for. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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The Cell as a City: Examining an Apt Metaphor

On most days, city services are invisible to residents. We take them for granted through a lack of thoughtfulness -- and gratitude. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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These Animals Really Get Around

You've heard about Arctic terns, sea turtles, monarch butterflies and salmon, but how about other long-distance travelers? Evolution News & Views
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Tom Bethell's Rebuke to Fellow Journalists: A Skeptical Look at Evolution Is Not Beyond Your Powers

Darwin's edifice rests on a 19th century faith in Progress, propped up by a dogmatic commitment to materialism. David Klinghoffer http://www.discovery.org/p/209
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Academic Freedom Legislation: Understanding South Dakota's SB 55

South Dakota science teachers, and therefore the students and families they serve, will likely find this legislation heartening. Sarah Chaffee
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