An early ID book (possibly the earliest), The Mystery of Life’s Origin by Charles Thaxton, Walter Bradley, and Roger Olson (1984), with a foreword by Dean Kenyon, has been out of print for a while, I am told. But a .pdf can be downloaded here for now.
Information theory is a special branch of mathematics that has developed a way to measure information. In brief, the information content of a structure is the minimum number of instructions required to describe or specify it, whether that structure is a rock or a rocket ship, a pile of leaves or a living organism. The more complex a structure is, the more instructions are needed to describe it. —Charles Thaxton, biochemist
Study: Sun not special, therefore alien life should be common?
Does time’s one-way street prove that other universes exist?
The day time went backwards
Flogos: Coming soon to a clear blue sky near you …
Science and ethics: When the devil offered a no strings research post.
Nature’s IQ: Intelligent design from a Hindu perspective
Science journalist warns against the “institutionalised idolatry of science”
Expelled film pre-trashed by United Kludgies of Canada (Trashing a film you haven’t seen is way less work.)
Is everything determined by forces over which we have no control?
Chuck Colson on neural Buddhism: Do neurons get reincarnated?
Hopeful signs: Disaster causes outpouring of charity in China
On Jane Goodall, apes, human uniqueness, and God