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Michael Denton and the coming downfall of the mechanistic view in cell biology

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551
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Michael Denton
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00:10:53
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On today’s program, Dr. Michael Denton discusses why he foresees the downfall of the mechanistic view, at least in cell biology, and the exhaustion of materialist researches into the origin of life. Conversely, Denton finds validity in Stephen Meyer’s The Signature in the Cell, and in the proposition that intelligence was at work in the origin of life, and well before.

Dr. Denton has been a medical geneticist for over twenty years, a researcher on the mammalian eye, and is the author of two books, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis and, more recently, Nature’s Destiny. Dr. Denton holds an M.D. from Bristol University and a Ph.D. in biochemistry from King’s College, London. He is currently a Senior Fellow with Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.

Michael Denton

Senior Fellow, the Center for Science & Culture and the Center on Human Exceptionalism
Michael Denton holds an M.D. from Bristol University, as well as a Ph.D. in biochemistry from King’s College in London. A Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture, Denton has had a critical impact on the debate over Darwinian evolution.
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abiogenesis
mechanistic view
Signature in the Cell