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Monday, March 16, 2009

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy

If you would rather listen than read (or must do so):

From ID the Future (yes, yes, the evil Discos)

Academic Freedom Update: Where Are We in 2009?

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On this episode of ID the Future, CSC's Casey Luskin gives listeners an update on what?s going on with academic freedom legislation around America. Academic freedom bills submitted in five states already this year, including Oklahoma, Iowa, New Mexico, Missouri and Alabama. Listen in to today?s podcast as Luskin explains how Darwinist opposition to the bills is showing why academic freedom legislation is necessary to protect teachers from a climate of intimidation.
Learn more and sign the Academic Freedom Petition at , and stay tuned to ID the Future and Evolution News & Views for continuing updates.


Why Specified Complexity Cannot Be Purchased Without Intelligence

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On this episode of ID the Future, CSC's Robert Crowther highlights one of the foundational books of the theory of intelligent design. No Free Lunch, the sequel to mathematician and CSC senior fellow William Dembski?s Cambridge University Press book The Design Inference, explores key questions about the origin of specified complexity. No Free Lunch demonstrates that design theory shows great promise of providing insight in the field of evolutionary computation.

I would have thought this latter an old story myself. No Free Lunch appeared in 2002. It's a good read though, if you like statistical reasoning.

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