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Intelligent Design the Future: January 2011 Archives

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January 25, 2011

Icons of Evolution 10th Anniversary: Jay Richards

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On this special video episode of ID the Future, CSC research director Jay Richards discusses Jonathan Wells' Icons of Evolution, "a silent killer" for textbooks pushing Darwinian evolution.

January 17, 2011

Updating the Icons of Evolution: Archeopteryx

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On this video episode of ID the Future, Jonathan Wells returns to one of the icons of Darwin's theory documented in his book, Icons of Evolution: Archeopteryx. What do we make of the search for the ancestor of modern birds? Watch and find out.

January 12, 2011

Evolutionism and Rational Knowledge: An Interview with Felipe Aizpún

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Felipe Aizpún, author of Evolucionismo y Conocimiento Racional (Evolutionism and rational knowledge), a great resource for those who want to learn about intelligent design in Spanish. Listen in as Mr. Aizpún explains how evolution is not only a scientific issue, but a philosophical and epistemic one, and discusses the dissent from Darwinism in the Spanish-speaking world.

Mr. Aizpún has written widely on philosophy, ethics and science, and he is the Editorial Director of Organización Internacional para el Avance Cientifico del Diseño Inteligente (OIACDI). Mr. Aizpún contributes at the Spanish-language blog Darwinodi.com.

January 10, 2011

The Top Five News Stories in the Debate Between Evolution and Intelligent Design for 2010

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Which news stories pushed the debate between intelligent design and Darwinian evolution forward? Find out on this episode of ID the Future as Access Research Network executive director Dennis Wagner gives us the final countdown for the Top Ten Science Stories of 2010.

January 7, 2011

Fruit Flies and Fossil Tracks Were Bad News for Darwin in 2010

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How did fruit flies and fossil tracks derail the Darwinian paradigm in 2010? Listen to this episode of ID the Future as Access Research Network executive director Dennis Wagner begins a countdown of the Top Ten Science Stories of 2010.

January 5, 2011

A Beautifully Engineered Universe: Peer-Reviewed Paper Argues for Intelligent Design

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On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Dominic Halsmer, Dean of the College of Science and Engineering at Oral Roberts University, continues the discussion of his peer-reviewed paper, "The Coherence Of An Engineered World," published in the International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics. Listen in as Dr. Halsmer explains some of the aesthetic arguments for design from beauty in science, engineering, and the study of humanity. How do modularity, specificity, adaptability, durability, and other aspects of engineering systems argue for intelligent design in nature? Tune in to find out.

January 4, 2011

ARN's Top 10 Darwin and Design Science Stories of 2010

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Each year at this time the Access Research Network releases several lists of the top intelligent design and evolution related stories of the past year. It's a great reminder of all the interesting stories, and the incredible amount of science that goes on each year in support of intelligent design. ARN executive director Dennis Wagner joins Casey Luskin in this first of three podcasts about 2010's top ID science stories. You can browse all of ARN's top ten lists here.