ID the Future Intelligent Design, Evolution, and Science Podcast
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Jonathan Wells

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Zombie Science Author Jonathan Wells Takes on the Icon of Junk DNA

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells on so-called ‘junk DNA’.

Listen in as they discuss ENCODE and intron splicing. For more on myths of evolution, read Jonathan Wells’ new book, Zombie Science.

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Jonathan Wells Talks About His New Book, Pt 2 — Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells on his recent book, Zombie Science. Listen in as Wells discusses vestigial organs and how textbooks retain incorrect ‘proofs’ for evolution decades after research has shown them false. And what are human tails – and what do they have to do with evolution?

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Jonathan Wells Talks About His New Book — Zombie Science: More Icons of Evolution

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells about Zombie Science. Wells discusses the tree of life, the Miller-Urey experiment, and more. What does Wells mean when he says that the DNA “molecule has been invested with far more power than it actually has”? Listen in to find out!

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Swimming with Sperm Whales in Dominica, an island nation in Caribbean. Three generations of female whales in a matriarchal group starting their dive into deep.

A Whale of a Tale: Cetacean Evolution, Pt. 3

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells about whale evolution. Listen in as Wells investigates hox genes and the time needed to fix a mutation in a population — and concludes that genetic mutations can’t do the trick.

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A Whale of a Tale: Cetacean Evolution, Pt. 2

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin and Jonathan Wells explore what it would take to build a functional whale from a land mammal, and the bear of a problem Darwin faced.

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A Whale of a Tale: Cetacean Evolution, Pt. 1

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells about whale evolution. Wells describes various fossil finds, investigating whether the Darwinian story of land animals returning to the sea accords with the fossil record.

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Jonathan Wells: Why Not Darwinian Medicine?

On this episode of ID the Future, Ray Bohlin interviews Jonathan Wells about the interaction of evolutionary theory and medicine. Has Darwinism furthered healthcare? What about our understanding of antibiotic resistance? And might learning about evolution become a requirement for medical students?

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Darwin’s Finches: The Hype Continues

On this episode of ID the Future, Tod Butterfield talks with Dr. Jonathan Wells about a common myth surrounding Galápagos finches and Darwin’s theory of evolution, which was recently re-printed in the Washington Post. Dr. Wells discusses why a change in the finches’ beak size isn’t evidence of Darwinian evolution, and how the purported “blueprint” of how the Galápagos finches evolved doesn’t, in fact, exist.

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ID Inquiry: Jonathan Wells on Codes in Biology

On this episode of ID the Future, hear the second episode of our ID The Future segment ID Inquiry, in which ID scientists and scholars answer your questions about intelligent design and evolution. Ask your question by sending an email to editor@evolutionnews.org, and tune in to this episode as Dr. Jonathan Wells explains the concept of codes in living things, and how they affect the debate over neo-Darwinism and intelligent design.

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Dr. Jonathan Wells: Biology’s Quiet Revolution

On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Jonathan Wells discusses a popular claim, which he describes as “DNA makes RNA makes protein makes us”—or, every organism contains a program for itself in its DNA. Though this view fits neatly with the perspective of Darwinian evolution, it has been shown to be incorrect at every step. Listen in as Dr. Wells explains.