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Darwin-in-the-schools vs. Reason to Believe’s Fuz Rana

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From Fuz Rana at Poached Egg:

Generally speaking, the reaction to my book The Cell’s Design has been positive. But there have been a few reviews that were less than stellar. Perhaps the most critical of all was a review written by microbiologist Frank Steiner for the Reports of the National Center for Science Education.

After careful reflection, I have come to conclude that many of the issues Steiner has with The Cell’s Design are unsubstantial and largely unfounded. Nevertheless, one point he raised has some merit. Fortunately, a recent discovery by researchers from Germany about the structure of the enzyme F1-F0-ATPase helps address Steiner’s point—and in doing so, actually strengthens my argument for the intelligent design of biochemical systems. More.

One suspects Rana is mature enough to see that these people have no intention of addressing evidence for design under any circumstances, and will engage in the usual narrative, spin, and talking points, whatever the evidence.

See also: Fuz Rana on the logic of life

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3 Replies to “Darwin-in-the-schools vs. Reason to Believe’s Fuz Rana

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    Mung says:

    One suspects Rana is mature enough to see that these people have no intention of addressing evidence for design under any circumstances, and will engage in the usual narrative, spin, and talking points, whatever the evidence.

    Are they theistic evolutionists?

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    “One suspects Rana is mature enough to see that these people have no intention of addressing evidence for design under any circumstances, and will engage in the usual narrative, spin, and talking points, whatever the evidence.”

    Amen. Thank you for this post.

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    bornagain77 says:

    OT:

    Jellyfish proteins used to create polariton laser – August 22, 2016
    Excerpt: The researchers note that others have tried to create such lasers with limited success due to the excited particles colliding with one another—severe cooling was the only way to tame them. But the jellyfish proteins came with a built-in solution—each was barrel-shaped with the fluorescent molecules shielded inside, protecting the emitted particles from interfering with one another. (the ‘biological’ laser operates at room temperature)
    http://phys.org/news/2016-08-j.....laser.html

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