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Critique of Intelligent Design

Evolution vs. Creationism

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Anthropic Principle

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Thermodynamics and information Meeker , Brent Jan 07, 2004
I enjoyed Lucia Hall's address. It was an excellent summary and call to arms. However it includes a small mistake. It is asserted that there is a 'no increase of information' principle related to the 2nd law of thermodynamics. Information can be increased by random processes, as in quantum events. See Vic Stenger's book "Has Science Found God?" he has a whole chapter on it in his critique of Dembski.
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