Intelligent Design
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Visiting the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Evolution
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/13/15, 08:21 am

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Just-so Houston

Evolution | Another natural history museum spotlights unnatural events
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/13/15, 01:00 am

Rudyard Kipling published his famous “just-so” stories in 1902. Among them: How the Camel Got His Hump (a djinn punished a lazy one) and How the Leopard Got His Spots (an Ethiopian painted them). Kipling called them “just-so” because his daughter would happily fall asleep only if they were “just-so,” no variations. Children are natural conservatives.

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Nobel winners relied on inference of design for DNA repair discovery

Intelligent Design
by Dick Peterson
Posted 11/06/15, 08:50 am

The three scientists who won this year’s Nobel Prize for chemistry didn’t rely on intelligent design for their discovery of DNA repair mechanisms. But they made a design inference about genetic information, and that’s just as good, according to the Discovery Institute.

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