Speakers include: Steven Meyer, Michael Behe, Doug Axe, Walter Bradley and John West. This year there will be a youth track with special sessions just for high school students. Registration is open. Early Bird General Admission is just $35 per person, $15 per student through December 17 (after which the General Admission price rises to $45, student rates remain the same.) For more information, contact: [email protected] or 469-420-5444.
Intelligent Design Reading Club
Be a part of the ID Reading Club in the Dallas area. Next meeting is… Date: TBD Time: TBD Location: Covenant School of Dallas Book:TBD If you would like to join this club, please contact either: John Dishman at [email protected] or Tom Winkler at [email protected]
Watermark Training Days with Discovery Institute
October 3, 2020 | Dallas, TX More details to follow
In week three of the plan I lay out in the forthcoming Eat, Fast, Feast, fasters limit all of their food intake to four hours a day for at least three days during the week. (The days don’t have to be consecutive.) This is called the 20/4 routine, since you don’t eat for twenty consecutive hours of the day. (This includes sleep time of course.)
There’s still no attempt to eat less food during the day than you normally would. At this point, you’re just trying to get your body acclimated to going longer periods without food and using its fat-burning metabolism more effectively.
This third week happened to land on Thanksgiving week, so I expected it to be even harder for our volunteer faster.
Seattle — Discovery Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Gale L. Pooley to serve as a fellow with the Institute’s Center on Wealth and Poverty. “Gale Pooley is the world leader in the most important movement in contemporary economics—based on the recognition that wealth is knowledge, money is time, and the only true prices are time prices,” said George Gilder, co-founder and senior fellow of Discovery Institute. As an economist Pooley is known, along with Maurin Tupy, a senior policy analyst at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, for defining time-prices and the Pooley-Tupy Formula for measuring time-prices. Together the two economists devised a way to measure the "time price" of commodities—that is, the amount of time that a person …