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Past Event
Washington D.C. Event - Book Release Party for Michael Behe
June 13, 2007
The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism

Michael Behe's new book
THE EDGE OF EVOLUTION: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism (Free Press; Due out June 5, 2007; $28.00)

In 1996 CSC Senior Fellow Michael Behe rocked the scientific community and helped launch the intelligent design movement with the bestselling Darwin's Black Box.

Now more than a decade later Behe will again ignite scientific debate with his new book The Edge of Evolution which is certain to be a revelation and a bombshell.

Come meet Michael Behe at a special reception and discussion of Edge of Evolution. The book party will be held on Wednesday, June 13th from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Discovery Institute's Washington DC office, located at 1015 Fifteenth Street, NW Suite 900. RSVP to Logan Gage at, (202) 558-7085.

In The Edge of Evolution Behe presents astounding new findings from the genetics revolution to show that Darwinism is nowhere near as powerful as most people believe.
Click here to view his Amazon Connect profile.

Controversial and timely, The Edge of Evolution presents landmark evidence that devastatingly disproves random mutation as a major part of evolution and shows that life developed non-randomly from cells to animals.

Through a combination of experimental evidence, genome research, and mathematical law, Behe analyzes three key case studies of the tens of thousands of generations of malaria, E. coli, and the HIV virus, and the human genomic response to those invaders. We now know exactly what mutations have occurred in the struggle between these parasites and their human hosts. We know their rate of occurrence. We know all possible types of mutations, and their natural rate of occurrence. Armed with all this, it is a simple matter of extrapolation to determine the limits of Darwinian randomness in the entire tree of life on earth.

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