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The K-12 Virtual & Hybrid Education Enrollment Explosion

Despite the haphazard low-quality remote instruction provided by public school districts spanning the past three school years, the demand for full-time virtual and hybrid learning options has grown strong. However, there are three key differences between what the districts provided on the fly, and what is growing in popularity among K-12 students.

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Billions of Ways to Die!

Discovery Institute
November 22, 2022

A Heart for Squatters at the Ship Canal Bridge

Jonathan Choe
November 18, 2022

Answering Questions about Science and Faith

Stephen C. Meyer
November 18, 2022

Everett Mayor Writes Off WSDOT's Letter Denying Claims

Jonathan Choe
November 17, 2022

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Ann Gauger: A Scientist’s Circuitous Journey to Faith

Ann Gauger
December 5, 2022
On this ID the Future, host Eric Anderson sits down with biologist and intelligent design proponent Ann Gauger to hear her story of how she got into the intelligent design movement and how the evidence for design has shaped her life. It begins with a lonely girl on a Kansas military base who at one point loses her Christian faith but also discovers the wonders of nature, and friendship, when she is given a horse and begins taking it for long rides in the countryside. Her intellectual journey takes her to MIT, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the University of Washington, and eventually into the Catholic church, where she explores becoming a nun until a conversation with echoes from the Sound of Music leads her in a different direction. Tune into hear the first part of Gauger’s

Patents and the Creativity Requirement

Richard Stevens
December 1, 2022
A new invention has to produce unexpected or surprising new results that were not anticipated by existing technology in order to be patented. Can computers generate something outside the explanation or expectation of the programmer? Robert J. Marks discusses patent law, creativity, and artificial intelligence with attorney and author, Richard W. Stevens. Additional Resources Robert J. Marks at Discovery.org Richard W. Stevens at Discovery.org The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and the Law by Ryan Abbott  “Can a Robot Hold a Patent?” at Mind Matters News “Should AI Be Granted Patents On The Designs It Helps Develop?” at Mind Matters News “Should AI Hold Patents? The Flash-Of-Genius Answer” at Mind Matters News “Why We

Dr. Jay Wesley Richards on What Every Parent Should Know About Gender Ideology and Gender-Affirming Care

Jay W. Richards
November 28, 2022
In a previous episode of Humanize, Wesley interviewed Jennifer Lahl, director of The Detransition Diaries, which documents the stories of three young women who received what is called “gender-affirming care”—including a mastectomy in one case—and later realized that they were indeed the female sex they were born. That discussion focused mostly on the radical body-altering interventions that children who question their sex too often receive. In this follow-up interview, we take a broader look at “Gender ideology” generally, and how the West got caught up in a moral panic that has seen an explosion of both adult and child cases of gender dysphoria. The discussion ranges from describing the supposed “Seven Sexes” that gender ideologues argue exist, to the role of social media

Events

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December
12
Dec
8
08
2022

ACES Annual Affiliate Meeting

Cascadia Center
Date
December
12
Dec
8
08
2022
Southport
Renton, WA
Energy for Our FutureRoundtable, Keynote, and Happy Hour Reception Cities. Density. Culture. Traffic. Business. Customers. Growth. Congestion. All of these words have taken on new significance in the past three years, particularly in Seattle and Bellevue, where the nature of work and workers has changed forever and the future of vibrant cities lies in the hands of those with a transformative vision. Join us as we welcome City of Bellevue Mayor Lynne Robinson and visionary developer Michael Christ to our fist in-person Annual Meeting since 2019! This year, we will meet at the vibrant and accessible Southport on Lake Washington. On December 8, don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a fascinating participatory conversation that looks into the challenges faced by

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February
02
Feb
17
17
2023

2023 Dallas Conference on Science & Faith

The Center for Science and Culture
Date
February
02
Feb
17
17
2023
Dallas Baptist University
Dallas, TX

How has Christianity contributed to the rise of modern science? What do the latest scientific discoveries tell us about the existence of God? Explore these questions, and more, at Discovery Institute’s 4th-annual Dallas Conference on Science & Faith.

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