Twenty years ago this Fall, biochemist Michael Behe helped spark a revolution with his landmark book Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution. Featured in the New York Times, Behe’s book provoked a fierce debate that continues to this day, inspiring a new generation of scientists who are challenging Darwin’s theory and exploring evidence in nature of intelligent design.
DISCO_Behe_Revolution_CoverIn celebration of the 20th anniversary of Behe’s book–and the 20th anniversary of the Center for Science and Culture–Discovery Institute is releasing the new 60-minute documentary Revolutionary. The film tells the dramatic story of how Behe came up with his revolutionary ideas, how opponents tried to silence his ideas in federal court, and how recent scientific discoveries have confirmed and extended Behe’s work.
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Note: Sometimes being a revolutionary just means not being intimidated by trolls, mediocrities, ‘crats, and sellouts. That is, if one knows that what one is saying is correct, the decision to persist is what makes all the difference.
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