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Michael Behe Vindicated! (Part 2 of 2)

Michael Behe Vindicated! (Part 2 of 2)

"Random and impersonal chance does not create complexity and design." - Sir Fred Hoyle - British Academy of Science - Leading mathematician and astronomer.

"Random and impersonal chance does not create complexity and design." - Sir Fred Hoyle - British Academy of Science - Leading mathematician and astronomer.

Frank Steiger uses an argument of scale to rebut the use of the Second Law of Thermodynamics as support for Intelligent Design.

Frank Steiger uses an argument of scale to rebut the use of the Second Law of Thermodynamics as support for Intelligent Design.

Adapting to change is key to personal success, financial success and business success. Make a clear decision! If that doesn't work, make another, and another, and another. Keep doing this until you break through.

Adapting to change is key to personal success, financial success and business success. Make a clear decision! If that doesn't work, make another, and another, and another. Keep doing this until you break through.

Intelligent design is a philosophy of ignorance. It is you get to something you don’t understand, and then you stop. You say, ‘God did it,’ and you no longer progress beyond that point. ~ Neil deGrass Tyson

Intelligent design is a philosophy of ignorance. It is you get to something you don’t understand, and then you stop. You say, ‘God did it,’ and you no longer progress beyond that point. ~ Neil deGrass Tyson

Stephen C. Meyer-- (born 1958) is an American geophysicist, college professor, writer, and advocate for intelligent design with a PhD from Cambridge University[1] in history and philosophy of science. Meyer was a professor of philosophy at Whitworth College and is a Senior Fellow of the Discovery Institute (DI) and currently Director of its Center for Science and Culture (CSC). at the DI.

Stephen C. Meyer-- (born 1958) is an American geophysicist, college professor, writer, and advocate for intelligent design with a PhD from Cambridge University[1] in history and philosophy of science. Meyer was a professor of philosophy at Whitworth College and is a Senior Fellow of the Discovery Institute (DI) and currently Director of its Center for Science and Culture (CSC). at the DI.

The conundrum of compromising in a relationship | The Wise Sloth

The conundrum of compromising in a relationship | The Wise Sloth

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