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This is Stunning!
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 21:11:59


Eric Anderson writes: “Darwinists regularly admit [the physical systems we see in life] look designed and they have to keep reminding themselves that they aren’t designed.” Elizabeth Liddle writes later in the same thread: “…by intelligence I mean the power and facility to choose...

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Exoplanets better as collectibles than homes for life?
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 21:00:20


This Jupiter-sized world reflects less than one percent of the light that falls on it/David A. Aguilar (CfA) From “Darkest Known Exoplanet: Alien World Is Blacker Than Coal” (ScienceDaily (Aug. 12, 2011) we learn : Astronomers have discovered the darkest known e...

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The Reputation and Legacy of Presidents
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 20:14:05


Image via Wikipedia During  its relatively brief, 235 year history, the people of  the United States have elected forty-four Presidents,  including President Ford (who was not actually elected).  Each of these men came into a position of power under very different circumstances....

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Eric Anderson Sums it up Nicely
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 19:00:35


There is some weighing of probabilities of other possible explanations (which there always has to be), but there is an important presumptive side to the design inference. Namely, our repeated and uniform experience that, for example, complex, integrated, functional systems come *only* from ...

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Ancient seagoing reptiles gave live birth?
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 18:15:32


An intriguing fossil suggests ancient aquatic reptiles (plesi osaurs) ; were live bearers: Scientists say they have found the first evidence that giant sea reptiles – which lived at the same time as dinosaurs – gave birth to live young rather than laying eggs. They say a 78...

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The Demands of Charity
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 16:53:03


Faded Glory finally gets it!  He writes that he agrees that the ID inference is not illogical if it “applies to life we can actually investigate.”  [Is it just me or can anyone else hear the melodious strains of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus playing in the background?]  Who says these interne...

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ID-friendly US prez hopeful Rick Perry to announce run for party nomination tomorrow in South Carolina
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 16:16:32


Here : Rick Perry had already broken a few key rules by not declaring his candidacy early enough to qualify for a spot at the straw poll this Saturday. Now he will reportedly launch his presidential campaign that very same day during an appearance in South Carolina. The nerve! And then he’ll...

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Superstition surprisingly high in those with scientific background
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 15:00:04


In “Will science banish superstition for ever?: Which makes people more superstitious: fervent scientism or fervent religious belief? The answer may surprise you,” we learn , among other things:  In Britain, during National Science Week (2003), University of Hertfordshire psychol...

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Smearing ID-friendly Bachmann – and philosopher Nancy Pearcey – New Yorker resorts to scary … fiction
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 12:00:57


In “Dangerous Influences: The New Yorker, Michele Bachmann, and Me” (Human Events, August 12, 2011), philosopher Nancy Pearcey muses on how Michele Bachmann (that ID-friendly US Prez hopeful) came to be associated with a “political movement” Bachmann had probably ne...

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Wood ten million years older than thought?
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Posted: Aug 12 2011 05:59:27


In “Oldest Known Wood” (The Scientist , August 11, 2011) Jef Akst reports that “Two newly described fossils suggest that wood is some 10 million years older than previous believed” (No kidding!): … two relatively small fossils provide new clues, and suggest that woo...

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