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Why the Type III Secretory System Can't Be a Precursor to the Bacteria Flagellum

Matt Baker thinks he's found a flagellar component that can function outside the flagellar system and that this refutes irreducible complexity. Casey Luskin
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Recommended: Fr. Michael Chaberek on "Thomas Aquinas and Theistic Evolution"

The works of Thomas Aquinas are marshaled by some Catholic scholars in defense of theistic evolution. Bruce Chapman
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When It Comes to a Humpback Breaching, "The Language Fails"

The Northwest premiere of the new Illustra Media documentary Living Waters is coming up August 7 in Seattle. Evolution News & Views
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In Europe, Euthanasia Is Not a Human Right

Two cases were brought to the European Court of Human Rights, hoping for a Canada-style EU-wide imposition of euthanasia as a fundamental right. Wesley J. Smith
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Biophysicist Matt Baker Is an Intelligent Design Critic Who Doesn't Understand Irreducible Complexity

Seeking to counter Behe's argument in Darwin's Black Box, the article purports to explain how the bacterial flagellum is the result of Darwinian evolution. Casey Luskin
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ENCODE Critics: Evolution Proves Our Genome Is Junky ... Which Proves Evolution

Like the famed serpent pursuing its own tail, evolution defenders argue in a circle. Casey Luskin
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Microevolution versus Macroevolution: Two Mistakes

The mistake I often hear evolution skeptics make is to the effect that "evolution" is all rubbish, bunk, and false. Kirk Durston
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Ethical Stem Cells Grow Tiny Human Hearts

Remember when THE SCIENTISTS! insisted that embryonic stem cells and human cloning were the ONLY HOPE to create a vibrant regenerative medical sector? Wesley J. Smith
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New Fossils Before and After the Cambrian, What Do They Show?

A Precambrian sponge and some Ordovician arthropods have stories to tell. Will they put Darwin's Doubt in doubt? Evolution News & Views
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Listen: Nancy Pearcey on Hegel and the Spiritualized View of Evolution

As Pearcey tells Casey Luskin, the idea gave birth to the postmodern view of the individual as a product of social forces. Evolution News & Views
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For Next Week's 90th Scopes Trial Anniversary, We've Got Something Special Planned

For many Darwin defenders, the evolution debate remains forever stuck in the year 1925. David Klinghoffer
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Newer Chimp Hands Are Irrelevant to Human Exceptionalism

On even the slightest pretexts, science reporting seeks to undermine the exceptional place of human beings in nature. Wesley J. Smith
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Denying ENCODE Data Won't Change the Emerging Facts of Biology

The ENCODE project found that 80 percent of the human genome is biochemically functional -- with 100 percent functionality in sight. Casey Luskin
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Living Waters Premieres to Large Enthusiastic Crowd in San Antonio

The next regional premiere takes place on Friday, August 7, here in Seattle. Evolution News & Views
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Helping Us to Launch ID Inquiry, Michael Behe Explains Irreducible Complexity

Hear the first edition of a new segment of our popular podcast in which ID scholars answer your questions about intelligent design and evolution. Evolution News & Views
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Understanding Cardiovascular Function: How the Body Controls the Heart

Just as a car's performance depends on its engine size and efficiency, so too the body's heart function must meet certain objective parameters. Howard Glicksman
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"Intelligent" Machine Future Would Be Devoid of Meaning

Transhumanists, you gotta love them. Or pity their withered view of the importance of humanity. Wesley J. Smith
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No Senate resolution on climate education

Edward Markey

When the United States Senate passed the Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 on July 16, 2015, a proposed resolution acknowledging the scientific evidence for climate change and affirming the importance of climate science education was not included.

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Update from the Senate

Two of the three amendments concerning climate change education under consideration are out of commission as the United States Senate continues to discuss a bill to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

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David M. Raup dies

David M. Raup

The paleontologist David M. Raup died on July 9, 2015, at the age of 82, according to a press release from the University of Chicago (July 14, 2015).

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