In this Think Tank interview, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses his paper on the Cambrian Explosion that was published in a peer-reviewed journal. Richard Sternberg, the editor of the journal at the time Meyer’s paper was published, was afterwards dismissed from his role.
No. Intelligent design theory is simply an effort to empirically detect whether the “apparent design” in nature acknowledged by virtually all biologists is genuine design (the product of an intelligent cause) or is simply the product of an undirected process such as natural selection acting on random variations. Read More ›
The Center for Science and Culture is a Discovery Institute program that
supports the work of scholars who challenge various aspects of neo-Darwinian theory and scholars who are working on the scientific theory known as intelligent design, as well as encouraging schools to improve science education by teaching students more fully about the theory of evolution. Read More ›
Dr. Noah Robinson speaks on the myth of global warming at the 2007 Telecosm conference. He shows that the warm spell we are currently experiencing is not abnormal and began prior to the world’s heavy use of hydrocarbons. Listen as he presents the evidence for global warming being a fabrication.
Discovery Institute is a secular think tank, and its Board members and Fellows represent a variety of religious traditions, including mainline Protestant, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and agnostic. Read More ›
No. Discovery Institute is not a creationist organization, and it does not favor including either creationism or the Bible in biology textbooks or science classes. Read More ›
Yes. Various tenets of Darwinian evolution, and the evidence put forth to support it, has been scientifically challenged by doctoral scientists, researchers and theorists at a number of universities, colleges, and research institutes around the world. Over 700 scientists have signed the Scientific Dissent from Darwin statement since it originated in 2001. Read More ›
In 2002 the board of the AAAS issued a resolution attacking intelligent design theory as unscientific. Unfortunately, the process by which this resolution was adopted was itself anything but scientific. In fact, the resolution was more a product of prejudice than impartial investigation. Read More ›
Yes. Intelligent design theory is supported by doctoral scientists, researchers and theorists at a number of universities, colleges, and research institutes around the world. Read More ›
Casey Luskin walks through the history of intelligent design starting from ancient Greece forwards. He notes the theory is not based upon the Bible but rather inference from the best explanation.