Michael Denton

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The Miracle of the Human Heart

How many times will your heart beat in your lifetime? How many red blood cells are pumped out with each contraction of your heart? And what parts of nature had to be fine-tuned to make our respiratory and circulatory systems even possible? Read More ›
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The Miracle of Man: Fine Tuning for Blood and Breath

In Part 3 of The Miracle of Man interview with author Michael Denton, the Australian biologist and MD explores with host Eric Anderson some of the bioengineering marvels of the human lung and, more fundamentally, some of the many things about chemistry, the sun, and planet Earth that had to be just so to allow our respiratory and circulatory systems to work—not merely as well as they do but at all. Read More ›
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Michael Denton: The Miracle of Man Rests on a Primal Blueprint

This ID the Future continues Miracle of Man author Michael Denton’s conversation with host Eric Anderson about his latest book. The focus of this capstone work in his Privileged Species series is, as the subtitle explains, The Fine-Tuning of Nature for Human Existence. Read More ›
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View From Space On The Blue Planet Earth. NASA Images Not Used.

Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay Richards on Recent Discoveries Supporting The Privileged Planet

On this ID the Future from the vault, Jay Richards and astrobiologist Guillermo Gonzalez discuss several discoveries made since 2004 supporting the conclusions of their 2004 book The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery.Gonzalez and Richards show how the book’s thesis — that conditions for life and scientific discovery meet on Earth to a fine-tuned degree that strongly points toward design — has been confirmed multiple times. Read More ›
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Biologist Michael Denton: Paradigm Shifts

On this classic ID the Future from the vault, biologist Michael Denton reflects on paradigm shifts in science he’s witnessed in his lifetime and how his own thinking has changed. Read More ›
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Secrets of the Cell, Episode 1: Someone Must Have the Answer!

Discover the amazing world of micro-machines inside our cells — and learn about biochemist Michael Behe’s personal quest to understand what brought them about. Further Exploration Use the links below to explore more about the issues raised in this episode. More about Michael Behe Michael Behe biography Michael Behe books and articles VIDEO: Michael Behe: Up Close and Personal VIDEO: Read More ›

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Intelligent Design Theory from the Point of View of a Biochemist

Biochemist Michael Denton invites you to join in the great debate over evolution and design in nature! Watch this new interview with Denton from Poland’s En Arche Foundation in support of a new set of translations of major intelligent design books. 00:44 | What is your research area? 02:29 | What made you doubt the common neo-Darwinian explanation? 04:20 | Read More ›

Non-Adaptive Order: An Existential Challenge to Darwinian Evolution

At London’s famous Natural History Museum in South Kensington, a statue of Richard Owen had been prominently placed for many decades at the head of the main staircase. But in a curiously symbolic event on May 23, 2008, the statue was moved to one of the adjacent balconies to make room for a statue of Charles Darwin, which now sits in pride of place. Read the full article at Evolution News.