Uncommon Descent

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About 'Uncommon Descent' Channel

Serving The Intelligent Design Community

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Why All the Hand Wringing?  Brian Williams is a Liar.

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A friend asks, Why no Darwin AND Wallace Day?

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Stasis: Ferns separated 60 million years interbreed

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Is “dark genome” becoming the new name for junk DNA?

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Why is there a Darwin Day but no Newton Day?

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Convergent evolution: Bacteria that eat electrons “prove the almost miraculous t...

[...] Feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this material in your news aggregator, the site you are looking at is guilty of copyright infringement UNLESS EXPLICIT PERMISSION [...]

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Why there is pushback now against no-free-will arguments

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