Emily Morales graduated summa cum laude from California State University, Fresno with a BS degree in molecular biology and a minor in cognitive psychology. As an undergraduate, she conducted research in immunology, microbiology, behavioral and cognitive psychology, scanning tunneling microscopy and genetics; published research in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, and co-authored a chapter on scanning tunneling microscopy. This year, Emily completed an M.Ed in Education from University of Cincinnati - with the goal of developing educational materials in the sciences. She is completing a Certificate in Apologetics with the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. Emily has been teaching and developing course materials for high school chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, anatomy & physiology, and pre-engineering classes over the last thirteen years. In July of 2018, Emily had the honor and privilege of attending the Discovery Institute's Seminar in Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences. As a former Darwinian evolutionist, Emily enjoys stating the case for intellectual agency, considering the arguments posited by the intelligent design movement as much more credible than those proffered by Darwinists. As a very well-read and researched Darwinist, Emily boasted a home evolution library of 80+ books from authors such as Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker, E.O. Wilson, Henry Plotkin, Matt Ridley, Robert Sapolsky, Franz DeWaal, Sara Blaffer Hrdy, Randy Thornhill and Craig Palmer... to literally name a few! Having been a well-entrenched and researched foot-solder for materialism, it is not hard for Emily to locate the skeletons.
Intelligent Design

What a Simple Kirigami Star Can Reveal About Nature’s Own Form of the Ancient Craft

Emily Morales January 17, 2020 Even with just ten steps, there are countless ways to fail in making a kirigami star. Embryogenesis – natures complex expression of kirigami, and being possessed of literally thousands of steps, yields an unlimited number of possibilities for failure! While most concede that kirigami is carried out by intelligent agents, Read More…

Intelligent Design

Recognizing Design is to the Engineer, as Seafaring is to the Seaman

by Emily Morales January 5th, 2020 Some months back, Norwegian ship-owner and engineer Einar Johan Rasmussen stirred up some controversy with a 1.6 million dollar contribution to the intelligent design organization BioCosmos.  BioCosmos is calling for a more open debate on the power of materialistic processes in generating a highly ordered and fine-tuned universe, and Read More…