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New problems with Evolution:

Beneficial Mutations Are Rare:       

  Beneficial mutations are rare to none and fail as a viable means to create complex new traits controlled by hundreds of interconnected genes. Without this magic mechanism, it is impossible to evolve fundamentally new types of creatures.

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No Big Pool of “Junk” DNA Exists:

1.   Virtually all our DNA is now proving to be functional. Without vast regions of randomly evolving “junk” DNA, evolution doesn’t have a place to work its magic.

Ha Ha Ha

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Organisms Can Vary Without Genetic Change:

2.    Scientists are learning more and more about a mechanism called epigenetics, which does not require changes in the DNA sequence for creatures to vary in response to changes in the environment. These changes, which are heritable, were once thought to be related to genetic variability, so this finding further blunts a foundational premise of evolution.

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Organisms Can Vary During Early Development:

3.  After an organism is conceived, its DNA is set but development can be affected by something called plasticity and environmental conditions. This variability has been shown to be controlled by complex sensory-based recognition and response systems and not related to hypothetical evolutionary processes.

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Organisms Depend on Other Organisms to Survive:

4.  We have always known that organisms live in highly complex interdependent communities with other organisms, but we’re finding that this extends to interfacing with all sorts of microbes to survive. Humans, animals, and plants depend on many different types of microbes for proper growth, development, and daily living. This further complicates overly simplistic ideas of evolution.

https://answersingenesis.org/evolution/evolutions-surprising-new-critics/

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Bibliographic and Annotated List of Peer-Reviewed Publications Supporting Intelligent Design 3

 

  Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig,

“Mendel’s Paper on the Laws of Heredity (1866): Solving the Enigma of the Most Famous ‘Sleeping Beauty’ in Science,” eLS (Jon Wiley & Sons, 2017).

Granville Sewell,

“On ‘compensating’ entropy decreases,” Physics Essays, Vol. 30:1 (2017). (PDF) 

Ola Hössjer, Ann Gauger, and Colin Reeves,

“Genetic Modeling of Human History Part 2: A Unique Origin Algorithm,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2016 (4).

Ola Hössjer, Ann Gauger, and Colin Reeves,

“Genetic Modeling of Human History Part 1: Comparison of Common Descent and Unique Origin Approaches,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2016 (3).

George D. Montañez,

“Detecting Intelligence: The Turing Test and Other Design Detection Methodologies,” 8th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART 2016), pp. 517-523 (2016).

Scott T. Matuscak and Change Laura Tan,

“Who are the parents of Mycoplasma mycoides JCVIsyn1.0?,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2016 (2). 

Dustin J. Van Hofwegen, Carolyn J. Hovde, and Scott A. Minnich,

“Rapid Evolution of Citrate Utilization by Escherichia coli by Direct Selection Requires citT and dctA,” Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 198 (7): 1022-1034 (April, 2016).

Douglas D. Axe and Winston Ewert,

“Stylus Experiments Made Easy—A Free App for Personal Computers,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2016 (1).

Douglas D. Axe and Ann K. Gauger,

“Model and Laboratory Demonstrations That Evolutionary Optimization Works Well Only If Preceded by Invention—Selection Itself Is Not Inventive,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2015 (2).

Winston Ewert,

“Overabundant mutations help potentiate evolution: The effect of biologically realistic mutation rates on computer models of evolution,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2015 (1).

Bhakti Niskama Shanta,

“Life and consciousness - The Vedantic view,” Communicative & Integrative Biology, Vol. 8(5): e1085138 (2015).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, Robert J. Marks II,

“Measuring meaningful information in images: algorithmic specified complexity,” IET Computer Vision, Vol. 9 (6): 884-894 (December, 2015). 

David W. Snoke, Jeffrey Cox, and Donald Petcher,

“Suboptimality and Complexity in Evolution,” Complexity, Vol. 21(1): 322-327 (September/October, 2015).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, “Transposons in Eukaryotes (Part B):

Genomic Consequences of Transposition,” eLS [Encyclopedia of Life Sciences]. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester, DOI:10.1002/9780470015902.a0026265 (August, 2015).

Mohit Mishra, Utkarsh Chaturvedi, K. K. Shukla,

"Heuristic algorithm based on molecules optimizing their geometry in a crystal to solve the problem of integer factorization," Soft Computing, DOI 10.1007/s00500-015-1772-8 (July 23, 2015). 

Winston Ewert, W. A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“Algorithmic Specified Complexity in the Game of Life,” Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems, IEEE Transactions, Vol. 45(4): 584594 (April, 2015).

John Sanford, Wesley Brewer, Franzine Smith, and John Baumgardner,

“The waiting time problem in a model hominin population,” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, Vol. 12:18 (2015).

Laurence A Cole, “The Evolution of the Primate, Hominid and Human Brain,

” Journal of Primatology, Vol. 4(1), DOI:10.4172/2167-6801.1000124 (2015).

Mariclair A. Reeves, Ann K. Gauger, and Douglas D. Axe,

“Enzyme Families–Shared Evolutionary History or Shared Design? A Study of the GABA-Aminotransferase Family,” BIOComplexity, Vol. 2014 (4).

David Snoke,

“Systems Biology as a Research Program for Intelligent Design,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2014 (3). 

Jonathan Wells,

“Membrane Patterns Carry Ontogenetic Information That Is Specified Independently of DNA,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2014 (2).

Winston Ewert,

“Complexity in Computer Simulations,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2014 (1).

Steinar Thorvaldsen and Peter Øhrstrøm,

“Darwin’s Perplexing Paradox intelligent design in nature,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Vol. 56 (1): 78-98 (Winter, 2013).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, Robert J. Marks II,

“Active Information in Metabiology,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2013 (4). 

Michael J. Denton,

“The Types: A Persistent Structuralist Challenge to Darwinian PanSelectionism,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2013 (3).

Stephen C. Meyer, Darwin's Doubt:

The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013).

Granville Sewell,

“Entropy and Evolution,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2013 (2).

Bibliographic and Annotated List of Peer-Reviewed Publications Supporting Intelligent Design 5

  Michael J. Denton,

“The Place of Life and Man in Nature: Defending the Anthropocentric Thesis,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2013 (1).

Berkley E. Gryder, Chase W. Nelson, and Samuel S. Shepard,

“Biosemiotic Entropy of the Genome: Mutations and Epigenetic Imbalances Resulting in Cancer,” Entropy, 15: 234-261 (2013).

Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukov,

“The ‘Wow! Signal’ of the terrestrial genetic code,” Icarus, Vol. 224 (1): 228-242 (May, 2013).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“Conservation of Information in Relative Search Performance,” Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE 45th Southeastern Symposium on Systems Theory (SSST), Baylor University, March 11, 2013, pp. 41-50.

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

"On the Improbability of Algorithmically Specified Complexity,'' Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE 45th Southeastern Symposium on Systems Theory (SSST), Baylor University, March 11, 2013, pp. 68-70.

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, Ann K. Gauger, Robert J. Marks II,

“Time and Information in Evolution,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2012 (4).

Matti Leisola, Ossi Pastinen, and Douglas D. Axe,

“Lignin -- Designed Randomness,” BIOComplexity, Vol. 2012 (3).

Kirk K. Durston, David K.Y. Chiu, Andrew K.C. Wong, and Gary C.L. Li, “Statistical discovery of site inter-dependencies in sub-molecular hierarchical protein structuring,” EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Vol. 2012 (8).

Fernando Castro-Chavez,

“A Tetrahedral Representation of the Genetic Code Emphasizing Aspects of Symmetry,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2012 (2).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, and Robert J. Marks II,

“Climbing the Steiner Tree— Sources of Active Information in a Genetic Algorithm for Solving the Euclidean Steiner Tree Problem,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2012 (1).

Joseph A. Kuhn,

“Dissecting Darwinism,” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, Vol. 25(1): 41-47 (2012).

David L. Abel,

“Is Life Unique?,” Life, Vol. 2:106-134 (2012).

Douglas D. Axe, Philip Lu, and Stephanie Flatau,

“A Stylus-Generated Artificial Genome with Analogy to Minimal Bacterial Genomes,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2011 (3).

Stephen C. Meyer and Paul A. Nelson,

“Can the Origin of the Genetic Code Be Explained by Direct RNA Templating?,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2011 (2).

Ann K. Gauger and Douglas D. Axe,

“The Evolutionary Accessibility of New Enzyme Functions: A Case Study from the Biotin Pathway,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2011 (1).

Ann K. Gauger, Stephanie Ebnet, Pamela F. Fahey, and Ralph Seelke, “Reductive Evolution Can Prevent Populations from Taking Simple Adaptive Paths to High Fitness,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2010 (2).

Michael J. Behe,

“Experimental Evolution, Loss-of-Function Mutations, and ‘The First Rule of Adaptive Evolution,’” The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 85(4):1-27 (December 2010).

Douglas D. Axe,

“The Limits of Complex Adaptation: An Analysis Based on a Simple Model of Structured Bacterial Populations,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2010 (4). 

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig,

“Mutagenesis in Physalis pubescens L. ssp. floridana: Some further research on Dollo’s Law and the Law of Recurrent Variation,” Floriculture and Ornamental Biotechnology, 1-21 (2010).

George Montañez, Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, and Robert J. Marks II,

“A Vivisection of the ev Computer Organism: Identifying Sources of Active Information,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2010 (3).

William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“The Search for a Search: Measuring the Information Cost of Higher Level Search,” Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, Vol. 14 (5):475-486 (2010).

Douglas D. Axe,

“The Case Against a Darwinian Origin of Protein Folds,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2010 (1).

Winston Ewert, George Montañez, William Dembski and Robert J. Marks II, “Efficient Per Query Information Extraction from a Hamming Oracle,” 42nd South Eastern Symposium on System Theory, pp. 290-297 (March, 2010).

David L. Abel, “Constraints vs Controls,

” The Open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal, Vol. 4:14-27 (January 20, 2010).

David L. Abel,

“The GS (genetic selection) Principle,” Frontiers in Bioscience, Vol. 14:2959-2969 (January 1, 2010).

D. Halsmer, J. Asper, N. Roman, and T. Todd,

“The Coherence of an Engineered World,” International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Vol. 4(1):47–65 (2009).

Ossi Turunen, Ralph Seelke, and Jed Macosko,

“In silico evidence for functional specialization after genome duplication in yeast,” Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) Yeast Research, Vol. 9: 16-31 (2009).

Richard A. Carnhart and Adam Cenian,

“Implication of Proven Limits on Scientific Knowledge: Gödel’s Proof, Quantum Uncertainty, Chaos Theory and Specified Complexity of Information Theory,” Bulletin de la Société Des Sciences Et Des Lettres de Łódź, Vol. LIX (Série: Recherches Sur Les Déformations LVIII): 7-18 (2009).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, and Robert J. Marks II,

“Evolutionary Synthesis of Nand Logic: Dissecting a Digital Organism,” Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, pp. 3047-3053 (October, 2009).

William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“Bernoulli’s Principle of Insufficient Reason and Conservation of Information in Computer Search,” Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, pp. 2647 – 2652 (October, 2009).

William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“Conservation of Information in Search: Measuring the Cost of Success,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and Humans, Vol. 39(5):1051-1061 (September, 2009).

David L. Abel,

“The Universal Plausibility Metric (UPM) & Principle (UPP),” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, Vol. 6(27) (2009).

David L. Abel,

“The Capabilities of Chaos and Complexity,” International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Vol. 10:247-291 (2009).

David L. Abel,

“The biosemiosis of prescriptive information,” Semiotica, Vol. 174(1/4):1-19 (2009). 

A. C. McIntosh,

“Information and Entropy—Top-Down or Bottom-Up Development in Living Systems,” International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Vol. 4(4):351-385 (2009).

A.C. McIntosh,

“Evidence of design in bird feathers and avian respiration,” International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Vol. 4(2):154–169 (2009).

David L. Abel,

“The ‘Cybernetic Cut’: Progressing from Description to Prescription in Systems Theory,” The Open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal, Vol. 2:252-262 (2008).

Richard v. Sternberg,

“DNA Codes and Information: Formal Structures and Relational Causes,” Acta Biotheoretica, Vol. 56(3):205-232 (September, 2008).

Douglas D. Axe, Brendan W. Dixon, Philip Lu,

“Stylus: A System for Evolutionary Experimentation Based on a Protein/Proteome Model with Non-Arbitrary Functional Constraints,” PLoS One, Vol. 3(6):e2246 (June 2008).

Michael Sherman,

“Universal Genome in the Origin of Metazoa: Thoughts About Evolution,” Cell Cycle, Vol. 6(15):1873-1877 (August 1, 2007).

Kirk K. Durston, David K. Y. Chiu, David L. Abel, Jack T. Trevors,

“Measuring the functional sequence complexity of proteins,” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, Vol. 4:47 (2007).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig and Heinz-Albert Becker,

"Carnivorous Plants," in Handbook of Plant Science, Vol 2:1493-1498 (edited by Keith Roberts, John Wiley & Sons, 2007).

David L. Abel,

“Complexity, self-organization, and emergence at the edge of chaos in life-origin models,” Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. 93:1-20 (2007).

Felipe Houat de Brito, Artur Noura Teixeira, Otávio Noura Teixeira, Roberto C. L. Oliveira,

“A Fuzzy Intelligent Controller for Genetic Algorithm Parameters,” in Advances in Natural Computation (Licheng Jiao, Lipo Wang, Xinbo Gao, Jing Liu, Feng Wu, eds, Springer-Verlag,

2006); Felipe Houat de Brito, Artur Noura Teixeira, Otávio Noura Teixeira, Roberto C. L. Oliveira, “A Fuzzy Approach to Control Genetic Algorithm Parameters,” SADIO Electronic Journal of Informatics and Operations Research, Vol. 7(1):12-23 (2007).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, Kurt Stüber, Heinz Saedler, Jeong Hee Kim, “Biodiversity and Dollo’s Law: To What Extent can the Phenotypic Differences between Misopates orontium and Antirrhinum majus be Bridged by Mutagenesis,” Bioremediation, Biodiversity and Bioavailability, Vol. 1(1):1-30 (2007).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig,

“Mutations: The Law of Recurrent Variation,” Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology, Vol. 1:601-607 (2006).

David L. Abel and Jack T. Trevors,

“Self-organization vs. self-ordering events in life-origin models,” Physics of Life Reviews, Vol. 3:211–228 (2006).

David L. Abel and Jack T. Trevors,

“More than Metaphor: Genomes Are Objective Sign Systems,” Journal of BioSemiotics, Vol. 1(2):253-267 (2006).

Øyvind Albert Voie,

“Biological function and the genetic code are interdependent,” Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, Vol. 28:1000–1004 (2006). 

Kirk Durston and David K. Y. Chiu,

“A Functional Entropy Model for Biological Sequences,” Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete & Impulsive Systems: Series B Supplement (2005).

David L. Abel and Jack T. Trevors,

“Three subsets of sequence complexity and their relevance to biopolymeric information,” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling, Vol. 2(29):1-15 (August 11, 2005).

John A. Davison,

“A Prescribed Evolutionary Hypothesis,” Rivista di Biologia/Biology Forum, Vol. 98: 155-166 (2005).

Douglas D. Axe,

“Estimating the Prevalence of Protein Sequences Adopting Functional Enzyme Folds,” Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 341:1295–1315 (2004).

Michael Behe and David W. Snoke,

“Simulating evolution by gene duplication of protein features that require multiple amino acid residues,” Protein Science, Vol. 13 (2004).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig,

“Dynamic genomes, morphological stasis, and the origin of irreducible complexity,” in Valerio Parisi, Valeria De Fonzo, and Filippo Aluffi-Pentini eds., Dynamical Genetics (2004).

Stephen C. Meyer,

“The origin of biological information and the higher taxonomic categories,” Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Vol. 117(2):213-239 (2004) (HTML).

S. C. Meyer,

“Dna and the Origin of Life: Information, Specification and Explanation,” pp. 223285, in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2003.

M. J. Behe,

“Design in the Details: The Origin of Biomolecular Machines,” pp. 287-302, in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2003.

P. Nelson and J. Wells,

“Homology in Biology: Problem for Naturalistic Science and Prospect for Intelligent Design,” pp. 303-322, in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2003.

S. C. Meyer, M. Ross, P. Nelson, P. Chien,

“The Cambrian Explosion: Biology’s Big Bang,” pp. 323-402, , in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2003.

W. A. Dembski,

“Reinstating Design Within Science,” pp. 403-418, , in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2003.

Frank J. Tipler,

“Intelligent Life in Cosmology,” International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 2(2): 141-148 (2003).

David L. Abel,

“Is Life reducible to complexity?,” Fundamentals of Life, Chapter 1.2 (2002).

David K.Y. Chiu and Thomas W.H. Lui,

“Integrated Use of Multiple Interdependent Patterns for Biomolecular Sequence Analysis,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems, Vol. 4(3):766-775 (September 2002).

Michael J. Denton, Craig J. Marshall, and Michael Legge,

“The Protein Folds as Platonic Forms: New Support for the pre-Darwinian Conception of Evolution by Natural Law,” Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol. 219: 325-342 (2002).

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig and Heinz Saedler,

“Chromosome Rearrangement and Transposable Elements,” Annual Review of Genetics, Vol. 36:389–410 (2002).

Douglas D. Axe,

“Extreme Functional Sensitivity to Conservative Amino Acid Changes on Enzyme Exteriors,” Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 301:585-595 (2000).

Solomon Victor and Vijaya M. Nayak,

“Evolutionary anticipation of the human heart,” Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Vol. 82:297-302 (2000).

Solomon Victor, Vljaya M. Nayek, and Raveen Rajasingh,

“Evolution of the Ventricles,” Texas Heart Institute Journal, Vol. 26:168-175 (1999).

William A. Dembski,

The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance through Small Probabilities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998).

R. Kunze, H. Saedler, and W.-E. Lönnig,

“Plant Transposable Elements,” in Advances in Botanical Research, Vol. 27:331-470 (Academic Press, 1997).

Michael Behe,

Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution (New York: The Free Press, 1996).

Charles B. Thaxton,

Walter L. Bradley, Roger L. Olsen, The Mystery of Life’s Origin: Reassessing Current Theories (New York: Philosophical Library, 1984; Dallas, Texas: Lewis & Stanley Publishing, 4th ed., 1992). 

Stanley L. Jaki,

“Teaching of Transcendence in Physics,” American Journal of Physics, Vol. 55(10):884-888 (October 1987).

Granville Sewell,

“Postscript,” in Analysis of a Finite Element Method: PDE/PROTRAN (New York: Springer Verlag, 1985).

William G. Pollard, “Rumors of transcendence in physics,

” American Journal of Physics, Vol. 52 (10) (October 1984).

William A. Dembski, Winston Ewert, and Robert J. Marks II,

“A General Theory of Information Cost Incurred by Successful Search,” pp. 26- 63, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, and Robert J. Marks II,

“Tierra: The Character of Adaptation,” pp. 105-138, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

George Montañez, Robert J. Marks II, Jorge Fernandez, and John C. Sanford,

“Multiple Overlapping Genetic Codes Profoundly Reduce the Probability of Beneficial Mutation,” pp. 139-167, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013). 93

Granville Sewell,

“Entropy, Evolution and Open Systems,” pp. 168-178, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Andy C. McIntosh,

“Information and Thermodynamics in Living Systems,” pp. 179-201, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Jonathan Wells,

“Not Junk After All: Non-Protein-Coding DNA Carries Extensive Biological Information,” pp. 210-231, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013). 

Donald Johnson,

“Biocybernetics and Biosemiosis,” pp. 402-413, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Jed C. Macosko and Amanda M. Smelser,

“An Ode to the Code: Evidence for Fine-Tuning in the Standard Codon Table,” pp. 418-434, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A.

Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds.,

Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Michael J. Behe,

“Getting There First: An Evolutionary Rate Advantage for Adaptive Loss-ofFunction Mutations,” pp. 450-473, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Jonathan Wells,

“The Membrane Code: A Carrier of Essential Biological Information That Is Not Specified by DNA and Is Inherited Apart from It,” pp. 474-488, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C. Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

Douglas D. Axe and Ann K. Gauger,

“Explaining Metabolic Innovation: Neo-Darwinism versus Design,” pp. 489-507, in Robert J. Marks II, Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Bruce L. Gordon, and John C Sanford eds., Biological Information: New Perspectives (Singapore: World Scientific, 2013).

A. C. McIntosh,

“Functional Information and Entropy in Living Systems,” Design and Nature III: Comparing Design in Nature with Science and Engineering, Vol. 87 (Ashurt, Southampton, United Kindom: WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, WIT Press, 2006).

Jonathan Wells,

“Do Centrioles Generate a Polar Ejection Force?” Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum, Vol. 98:71-96 (2005).

Heinz-Albert Becker and Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig,

“Transposons: Eukaryotic,” Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). 

Scott A. Minnich and Stephen C. Meyer,

“Genetic analysis of coordinate flagellar and type III regulatory circuits in pathogenic bacteria,” Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Design & Nature, Rhodes, Greece, edited by M.W. Collins and C.A. Brebbia (Ashurst, Southampton, United Kingdom: WIT Press, 2004).

William A. Dembksi,

“The Logical Underpinnings of Intelligent Design,” pp. 311-330, in William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse, eds., Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

Walter L. Bradley,

“Information, Entropy, and the Origin of Life,” pp. 331-351, in William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse, eds., Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

Michael Behe,

“Irreducible Complexity: Obstacle to Darwinian Evolution,” pp. 352-370, in William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse, eds., Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

Stephen C. Meyer,

“The Cambrian Information Explosion: Evidence for Intelligent Design,” pp. 371-391, in William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse, eds., Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

  Granville Sewell,

“A Mathematician’s View of Evolution,” The Mathematical Intelligencer, Vol. 22(4) (2000) (HTML).

Michael C. Rea,

World without Design: The Ontological Consequences of Naturalism (Oxford University Press, 2004).

William Lane Craig,

“Design and the Anthropic Fine-Tuning of the Universe,” in God and Design: The Teleological Argument and Modern Science, pp. 155-177. (Neil Manson ed., London: Routledge, 2003). 

Michael Behe,

“Reply to my Critic: A Response to Reviews of Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution,” Biology and Philosophy, Vol. 16, 685–709, (2001).

Del Ratzsch, Nature, Design, and Science:

The Status of Design in Natural Science (State University of New York Press, 2001).

William Lane Craig,

“The Anthropic Principle,” in The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia, pp. 366-368 (Gary B. Ferngren, general ed., Garland Publishing, 2000).

Michael Behe,

“Self-Organization and Irreducibly Complex Systems: A Reply to Shanks and Joplin,” Philosophy of Biology, Vol. 67(1):155-162 (March, 2000). .

William Lane Craig,

“Barrow and Tipler on the Anthropic Principle vs. Divine Design,” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 38: 389-395 (1988).

William Lane Craig,

“God, Creation, and Mr. Davies,” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 37: 168-175 (1986).

 

PART III: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

Stephen C. Meyer,

“The origin of biological information and the higher taxonomic categories,” Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Vol. 117(2):213-239 (2004) (HTML).

 

Michael J. Behe,

“Experimental Evolution, Loss-of-Function Mutations, and ‘The First Rule of Adaptive Evolution,’” The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 85(4):1-27 (December 2010).

 

Douglas D. Axe,

“Estimating the Prevalence of Protein Sequences Adopting Functional Enzyme Folds,” Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 341:1295–1315 (2004).

 

Michael Behe and David W. Snoke,

“Simulating evolution by gene duplication of protein features that require multiple amino acid residues,” Protein Science, Vol. 13 (2004).

 

William A. Dembski and Robert J. Marks II,

“The Search for a Search: Measuring the Information Cost of Higher Level Search,” Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, Vol. 14 (5):475-486 (2010).

 

Mariclair A. Reeves, Ann K. Gauger, and Douglas D. Axe,

“Enzyme Families-Shared Evolutionary History or Shared Design? A Study of the GABA-Aminotransferase Family,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2014 (4).

 

Ann K. Gauger and Douglas D. Axe,

“The Evolutionary Accessibility of New Enzyme Functions: A Case Study from the Biotin Pathway,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2011(1).

 

Ann K. Gauger, Stephanie Ebnet, Pamela F. Fahey, and Ralph Seelke,

“Reductive Evolution Can Prevent Populations from Taking Simple Adaptive Paths to High Fitness,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2010 (2).

 

Dustin J. Van Hofwegen, Carolyn J. Hovde, and Scott A. Minnich,

“Rapid Evolution of Citrate Utilization by Escherichia coli by Direct Selection Requires citT and dctA,” Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 198 (7): 1022-1034 (April, 2016).

 

David W. Snoke, Jeffrey Cox, and Donald Petcher,

“Suboptimality and Complexity in Evolution,” Complexity, Vol. 21(1): 322-327 (September/October, 2015).

Scientific Category 1: Scientific Publications Supportive of Intelligent Design Published in PeerReviewed Journals, Conference Proceedings, or Academic Anthologies

 Selected Publications from this Category

Bibliographic and Annotated List of Peer-Reviewed Publications Supporting Intelligent Design 14

 

Douglas D. Axe and Ann K. Gauger,

“Model and Laboratory Demonstrations That Evolutionary Optimization Works Well Only If Preceded by Invention-Selection Itself Is Not Inventive,” BIO-Complexity, Vol. 2015 (2).

 

Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukov,

“The ‘Wow! Signal’ of the terrestrial genetic code,” Icarus, Vol. 224 (1): 228-242 (May, 2013).

 

Joseph A. Kuhn,

“Dissecting Darwinism,” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, Vol. 25(1): 41-47 (2012).

 

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, Robert J. Marks II,

“Measuring meaningful information in images: algorithmic specified complexity,” IET Computer Vision, Vol. 9 (6): 884-894 (December, 2015).

 

Winston Ewert, William A. Dembski, and Robert J. Marks II, “Evolutionary Synthesis of Nand Logic: Dissecting a Digital Organism,” Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, pp. 3047-3053 (October, 2009).

 

Douglas D. Axe, Brendan W. Dixon, Philip Lu,

“Stylus: A System for Evolutionary Experimentation Based on a Protein/Proteome Model with Non-Arbitrary Functional Constraints,” PLoS One, Vol. 3(6):e2246 (June 2008).

 

Kirk K. Durston, David K. Y. Chiu, David L. Abel, Jack T. Trevors, “Measuring the functional sequence complexity of proteins,” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, Vol. 4:47 (2007).

 

David L. Abel and Jack T. Trevors,

“Self-organization vs. self-ordering events in life-origin models,” Physics of Life Reviews, Vol. 3:211–228 (2006).

 

Frank J. Tipler,

“Intelligent Life in Cosmology,” International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 2(2): 141-148 (2003).

 

Michael J. Denton, Craig J. Marshall, and Michael Legge,

“The Protein Folds as Platonic Forms: New Support for the pre-Darwinian Conception of Evolution by Natural Law,” Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol. 219: 325-342 (2002).

 

Stanley L. Jaki,

“Teaching of Transcendence in Physics,” American Journal of Physics, Vol. 55(10):884-888 (October 1987).

 

Granville Sewell,

“On ‘compensating’ entropy decreases,” Physics Essays, Vol. 30:1 (2017).

 

Bibliographic and Annotated List of Peer-Reviewed Publications Supporting Intelligent Design 15

 

Granville Sewell,

“Postscript,” in Analysis of a Finite Element Method: PDE/PROTRAN (New York: Springer Verlag, 1985).

 

A.C. McIntosh,

“Evidence of design in bird feathers and avian respiration,” International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, Vol. 4(2):154–169 (2009).

 

Richard v. Sternberg,

“DNA Codes and Information: Formal Structures and Relational Causes,” Acta Biotheoretica, Vol. 56(3):205-232 (September, 2008).

 

Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig and Heinz Saedler,

“Chromosome Rearrangement and Transposable Elements,” Annual Review of Genetics, Vol. 36:389–410 (2002).

 

Douglas D. Axe,

“Extreme Functional Sensitivity to Conservative Amino Acid Changes on Enzyme Exteriors,” Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 301:585-595 (2000).

 

William A. Dembski,

The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance through Small Probabilities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998).

 

For Links and expanded info on the papers above.

 

https://www.discovery.org/scripts/viewDB/filesDB-download.php?command=download&id=10141

 

Books

 
Books the owner of this site has read:

 Stephen C. Meyer:

Darwin’s Doubt = best book ever written dismantling the atheist krutch and fairytale.

 Barak Lurie :

Atheism Kills = Fantastic for more then why Atheism is destructive

Joseph Selbie :

The Physics of God = Best for brief explanation of String/M-Theory/Holographic Principle/Quantum Physics

 Douglas Axe:

Undeniable: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition That Life Is Designed

Jim Stephens :

101 Proofs of God = Best for giving actual proof .. fascinating stuff. Great and short and to the point.

 Michael Behe:

The Edge of Evolution

Michael Behe:

Darwin’s Black Box

 J. Warner Wallace :

God’s Crime Scene = really good great function

 Jonathan Wells :

Icons of Evolution = wow

David Berlinski:

The Devil’s Delusion

Ayaan Hirsi Ali:

Heretic

 Stephen C. Meyer:

Signature in the Cell

 Bernard HaischPtolemy Tompkins :

Proof of God: The Shocking True Answer to the World's Most Important Question

 

We will be adding tons more.

 

Main Problems with Evolution's

1. Math to go from nothing to a single cell is impossible

2. Math to create new protein functions is fantasy

3. You would need to go through the fantasy each time you need new proteins, cell types, etc.

4. No known mechanism to get the entire circle of information cycle of DNA/Cell replication generation. DNA, Proteins, RNA, RNAP, mRNA, TRNA and many others its all or nothing you need all of them.

5. Missing Links … there are millions of them. The evolutionist likes to say that everything is a transitional fossil. Then I would say everything is an example of a missing link with a couple doubtful possibilities that end up being proven wrong.

6. Gaps in the fossil record where tons of new animals appear on the scene with no ancestors. Arrival of the fittest not survival of the fittest.

7. Some of the weakest fossils have been preserved … like soft bodied creatures that are older then the full bodied more advanced ones found later.

8. Fraud … oh the fraud. A pigs tooth is supposed to be proof of an entire transitional specimen. In one case the fraud went on for 40 years and 500 books were written on the supposed new find. It was a fraud.

9. Censorship. They do their best to shut out any non-atheist explanations then try and say there are no credible non-atheist explanations. If you stand on the truth you would not be afraid to be challenged.

10. Evolutionists are absolutely horrible at debates. I am just an ordinary person and can debate scientists. Look on YouTube and you will see the Evolutionists getting their tushies handed to them regularly. They have even warned each other not to debate anymore.

11. Non-existent lab results. In the laboratory of the universe we have seen trillions of cases of life giving birth to the same species (some minor adaptations sure but not new species from old). In the best laboratories of the planet we have never seen Macro-Evolution … not ever!!!

12. Failed predictions and theories. The current state of evolution rests on a graveyard of fallen theories. How could we trust the current ones when the odds say they will be dis-proven soon enough.

13. Irreducible complexity. There are claims its been debunked but I have never seen anything close to it being challenged. When its all or nothing and you need 30 things at once and they are all nearly impossible on their own … your done.

14. What happens when we need for evolution to go backwards in order to go forward? In order to get many of these magical transitional creatures they have to first go backwards.

15. No explanation for how the information in life was created without intelligence. How the machinery and biological computer hardware could evolve without the information in the first place.

16. Genetic evidence conflicting on multiple levels.

17. Molecular Clock data all over the place.

18. Mutations show loss of information and degradation not the reverse.

19. Lack of account on how the same species can arrive at impossible locations where the specie had no opportunity (not realistic) to travel from one location to the next.

20. Embryonic development doesn’t allow for the species to survive early mutations which is when the greatest mutations can only occur.

List of serious problems with the “No-God” theory of how/why we are here:

 

1. Formations of precise laws of the universe that are tuned way beyond reasonable doubt of randomness.

2. Creation of the universe without an Outside Intelligent Agent (OIA).

3. Creation of the principles of Quantum Physics.

4. Creation of information required for life.

5. Creation of First life.

6. Creation of complex life from simple life see the list above on problems with evolution.

7. Sonic Chili-Cheese Tator Tots with Jalapenos.

8. Saoirse Una Ronan

9. Interdependence and interconnectedness of biosystems.

10. Interconnectedness of the entire universe.

11. The unbelievable complexity of a single cell.

12. Irreducible complexity found everywhere.

13. Only life has given rise to life.

14. Only intelligence gives rise to specified information with a purpose.

15. Only consciousness gives rise to consciousness.

16. Limitations of the species that only give rise to the same species.

17. Built in math found everywhere in the universe from the big to the small.

18. The creation of morality beyond the need for survival.

19. Those that believe in the bible create societies everyone else wants to live in.

20. All major breakthroughs in science were made by people that believed in God.

21. Atheists create societies that devolve into chaos or wither away (lack of purpose is a powerful thing).

22. Atheists loose the debates in fantastic fashion.

http://www.thethirdwayofevolution.com/people

Here is a group and a list of serious professionals … researchers and authors who have, in one way or another, expressed their concerns regarding natural selection’s scope and who believe that other mechanisms are essential for a comprehensive understanding of evolutionary processes.

 
  • Dr. William Arion, Biochemistry, Chemistry

  • Dr. Paul Ackerman, Psychologist

  • Dr. E. Theo Agard, Medical Physics

  • Dr. Steve Austin, Geologist

  • Dr. S.E. Aw, Biochemist

  • Dr. Thomas Barnes, Physicist

  • Dr. Geoff Barnard, Immunologist

  • Dr. John Baumgardner, Electrical Engineering, Space Physicist, Geophysicist, expert in supercomputer modeling of plate tectonics

  • Dr. Jerry Bergman, Psychologist

  • Dr. Kimberly Berrine, Microbiology & Immunology

  • Prof. Vladimir Betina, Microbiology, Biochemistry & Biology

  • Dr. Andrew Bosanquet, Biology, Microbiology

  • Edward A. Boudreaux, Theoretical Chemistry

  • Dr. David R. Boylan, Chemical Engineer

  • Prof. Linn E. Carothers, Associate Professor of Statistics

  • Prof. Sung-Do Cha, Physics

  • Dr. Eugene F. Chaffin, Professor of Physics

  • Dr. Choong-Kuk Chang, Genetic Engineering

  • Prof. Jeun-Sik Chang, Aeronautical Engineering

  • Dr. Donald Chittick, Physical Chemist

  • Prof. Chung-Il Cho, Biology Education

  • Dr. John M. Cimbala, Mechanical Engineering

  • Dr. Harold Coffin, Palaeontologist

  • Dr. Bob Compton, DVM

  • Dr. Ken Cumming, Biologist

  • Dr. Jack W. Cuozzo, Dentist

  • Dr. William M. Curtis III, Th.D., Th.M., M.S., Aeronautics & Nuclear Physics

  • Dr. Malcolm Cutchins, Aerospace Engineering

  • Dr. Lionel Dahmer, Analytical Chemist

  • Dr. Raymond V. Damadian, M.D., Pioneer of magnetic resonance imaging

  • Dr. Chris Darnbrough, Biochemist

  • Dr. Nancy M. Darrall, Botany

  • Dr. Bryan Dawson, Mathematics

  • Dr. Douglas Dean, Biological Chemistry

  • Prof. Stephen W. Deckard, Assistant Professor of Education

  • Dr. David A. DeWitt, Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience

  • Dr. Don DeYoung, Astronomy, atmospheric physics, M.Div

  • Dr. Geoff Downes, Creationist Plant Physiologist

  • Dr. Ted Driggers, Operations research

  • Robert H. Eckel, Medical Research

  • Dr. André Eggen, Geneticist

  • Dr. Dudley Eirich, Molecular Biologist

  • Prof. Dennis L. Englin, Professor of Geophysics

  • Prof. Danny Faulkner, Astronomy

  • Prof. Carl B. Fliermans, Professor of Biology

  • Prof. Dwain L. Ford, Organic Chemistry

  • Prof. Robert H. Franks, Associate Professor of Biology

  • Dr. Alan Galbraith, Watershed Science

  • Dr. Paul Giem, Medical Research

  • Dr. Maciej Giertych, Geneticist

  • Dr. Duane Gish, Biochemist

  • Dr. Werner Gitt, Information Scientist

  • Dr. Warwick Glover, General Surgeon

  • Dr. D.B. Gower, Biochemistry

  • Dr. Robin Greer, Chemist, History

  • Dr. Donald Hamann, Food Scientist

  • Dr. Barry Harker, Philosopher

  • Dr. Charles W. Harrison, Applied Physicist, Electromagnetics

  • Dr. George Hawke, Environmental Scientist

  • Dr. Margaret Helder, Science Editor, Botanist

  • Dr. Harold R. Henry, Engineer

  • Dr. Jonathan Henry, Astronomy

  • Dr. Joseph Henson, Entomologist

  • Dr. Robert A. Herrmann, Professor of Mathematics, US Naval Academy

  • Dr. Andrew Hodge, Head of the Cardiothoracic Surgical Service

  • Dr. Kelly Hollowell, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacologist

  • Dr. Ed Holroyd, III, Atmospheric Science

  • Dr. Bob Hosken, Biochemistry

  • Dr. George F. Howe, Botany

  • Dr. Neil Huber, Physical Anthropologist

  • Dr. James A. Huggins, Professor and Chair, Department of Biology

  • Evan Jamieson, Hydrometallurgy

  • George T. Javor, Biochemistry

  • Dr. Arthur Jones, Biology

  • Dr. Jonathan W. Jones, Plastic Surgeon

  • Dr. Raymond Jones, Agricultural Scientist

  • Prof. Leonid Korochkin, Molecular Biology

  • Dr. Valery Karpounin, Mathematical Sciences, Logics, Formal Logics

  • Dr. Dean Kenyon, Biologist

  • Prof. Gi-Tai Kim, Biology

  • Prof. Harriet Kim, Biochemistry

  • Prof. Jong-Bai Kim, Biochemistry

  • Prof. Jung-Han Kim, Biochemistry

  • Prof. Jung-Wook Kim, Environmental Science

  • Prof. Kyoung-Rai Kim, Analytical Chemistry

  • Prof. Kyoung-Tai Kim, Genetic Engineering

  • Prof. Young-Gil Kim, Materials Science

  • Prof. Young In Kim, Engineering

  • Dr. John W. Klotz, Biologist

  • Dr. Vladimir F. Kondalenko, Cytology/Cell Pathology

  • Dr. Leonid Korochkin, M.D., Genetics, Molecular Biology, Neurobiology

  • Dr. John K.G. Kramer, Biochemistry

  • Prof. Jin-Hyouk Kwon, Physics

  • Prof. Myung-Sang Kwon, Immunology

  • Dr. John Leslie, Biochemist

  • Dr. Jason Lisle, Astrophysicist

  • Dr. Alan Love, Chemist

  • Dr. Ian Macreadie, molecular biologist and microbiologist:

  • Dr. John Marcus, Molecular Biologist

  • Dr. Ronald C. Marks, Associate Professor of Chemistry

  • Dr. George Marshall, Eye Disease Researcher

  • Dr. Ralph Matthews, Radiation Chemist

  • Dr. John McEwan, Chemist

  • Prof. Andy McIntosh, Combustion theory, aerodynamics

  • Dr. David Menton, Anatomist

  • Dr. Angela Meyer, Creationist Plant Physiologist

  • Dr. John Meyer, Physiologist

  • Dr. Albert Mills, Animal Embryologist/Reproductive Physiologist

  • Colin W. Mitchell, Geography

  • Dr. Tommy Mitchell, Physician

  • Dr. John N. Moore, Science Educator

  • Dr. John W. Moreland, Mechanical engineer and Dentist

  • Dr. Henry M. Morris (1918–2006), founder of the Institute for Creation Research.

  • Dr. Arlton C. Murray, Paleontologist

  • Dr. John D. Morris, Geologist

  • Dr. Len Morris, Physiologist

  • Dr. Graeme Mortimer, Geologist

  • Dr. Terry Mortenson, History of Geology

  • Stanley A. Mumma, Architectural Engineering

  • Prof. Hee-Choon No, Nuclear Engineering

  • Dr. Eric Norman, Biomedical researcher

  • Dr. David Oderberg, Philosopher

  • Prof. John Oller, Linguistics

  • Prof. Chris D. Osborne, Assistant Professor of Biology

  • Dr. John Osgood, Medical Practitioner

  • Dr. Charles Pallaghy, Botanist

  • Dr. Gary E. Parker, Biologist, Cognate in Geology (Paleontology)

  • Dr. David Pennington, Plastic Surgeon

  • Prof. Richard Porter

  • Dr. Georgia Purdom, Molecular Genetics

  • Dr. John Rankin, Cosmologist

  • Dr. A.S. Reece, M.D.

  • Prof. J. Rendle-Short, Pediatrics

  • Dr. Jung-Goo Roe, Biology

  • Dr. David Rosevear, Chemist

  • Dr. Ariel A. Roth, Biology

  • Dr. Joachim Scheven Palaeontologist:

  • Dr. Ian Scott, Educator

  • Dr. Saami Shaibani, Forensic physicist

  • Dr. Young-Gi Shim, Chemistry

  • Prof. Hyun-Kil Shin, Food Science

  • Dr. Mikhail Shulgin, Physics

  • Dr. Roger Simpson, Engineer

  • Dr. Harold Slusher, Geophysicist

  • Dr. E. Norbert Smith, Zoologist

  • Arthur E. Wilder-Smith (1915–1995) Three science doctorates; a creation science pioneer

  • Dr. Andrew Snelling, Geologist

  • Prof. Man-Suk Song, Computer Science

  • Dr. Timothy G. Standish, Biology

  • Prof. James Stark, Assistant Professor of Science Education

  • Prof. Brian Stone< Engineer

  • Dr. Esther Su, Biochemistry

  • Dr. Charles Taylor, Linguistics

  • Dr. Stephen Taylor, Electrical Engineering

  • Dr. Ker C. Thomson, Geophysics

  • Dr. Michael Todhunter, Forest Genetics

  • Dr. Lyudmila Tonkonog, Chemistry/Biochemistry

  • Dr. Royal Truman, Organic Chemist:

  • Dr. Larry Vardiman>, Atmospheric Science

  • Prof. Walter Veith, Zoologist

  • Dr. Joachim Vetter, Biologist

  • Sir Cecil P. G. Wakeley (1892–1979) Surgeon

  • Dr. Jeremy Walter, Mechanical Engineer

  • Dr. Keith Wanser, Physicist

  • Dr. Noel Weeks, Ancient Historian (also has B.Sc. in Zoology)

  • Dr. A.J. Monty White, Chemistry/Gas Kinetics

  • Dr. John Whitmore, Geologist/Paleontologist

  • Dr. Clifford Wilson, Psycholinguist and archaeologist

  • Dr. Kurt Wise, Palaeontologist

  • Prof. Verna Wright, Rheumatologist (deceased 1997)

  • Prof. Seoung-Hoon Yang, Physics

  • Dr. Thomas (Tong Y.) Yi, Ph.D., Creationist Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering

  • Dr. Ick-Dong Yoo, Genetics

  • Dr. Sung-Hee Yoon, Biology

  • Dr. Patrick Young, Chemist and Materials Scientist

  • Prof. Keun Bae Yu, Geography

  • Dr. Henry Zuill, Biology

 
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