August 11, 2022

Category: intelligent design

biology, cells, creation, DNA, education, epigenetics, evolution, genes, genome, intelligent design, science

What Is The Difference Between Shannon Information and Specified Complex Information? And why it’s important.

Information is interesting, here I want to specifically discuss Shannon Information verses Specified Complex Information. I know, you may be saying “so what, it sounds boring to me.” Maybe so, it may even zip over your head, in that case duck so it will hit the person behind you! While being of an esoteric philosophical nature, I think it’s […]

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Why Insect Gears Point to God and Away from Darwinism
apologetics, bio-inspiration, biology, biomimicry, biosimilarity, creation, evolution, intelligent design, technology

Why Insect Gears Point to God and Away from Darwinism

Covering the design company IDEO’s product design process, the host of the documentary called “IDEO Deep Dive” said something to the effect of “everything besides nature was designed.” The Gear Consider the lowly gear – classically an iconic element to indicate human technological progress and design. We all have seen them – mundane right? Actually […]

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biology, biomimicry, creation, evolution, intelligent design

Mr. Kingfisher

Problem: Train needs to travel at 200 mph with very little noise-pollution. Solution: The Shinkansen Bullet Train and a bird-watching engineer. Excessive noise is generated when trains zip too fast, exiting tunnels. Thus a sonic boom. As it moves through a tunnel, pressure builds up in waves which causes this boom as it emerges. A […]

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antibiotic resistance, biology, cells, DNA, genes, genome, intelligent design, superbugs

“Superbugs” In Sewage

Image source: Iqbal Osman/Flickr. “Superbugs” have been found breeding well in Chinese sewage plants. Tests at two wastewater treatment plants in northern China revealed antibiotic-resistant bacteria were not only escaping purification but also breeding and spreading their dangerous cargo. Joint research by scientists from Rice, Nankai and Tianjin universities found “superbugs” carrying New Delhi Metallo-beta-lactamase […]

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