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Michael Behe

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Michael Behe: Challenging Darwin, One Peer-Reviewed Paper at a Time

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Michael Behe on his new peer-reviewed scientific paper in Quarterly Review of Biology. Dr. Behe explains why most examples of evolution in bacteria and viruses entail loss or modification of function rather than gain of a new function at the molecular level. In Behe’s view, this could pose a challenge to Darwinian explanations of molecular evolution.

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Scientific Journals Haunted by Intelligent Design: Michael Behe on Irreducible Complexity and PNAS

On this episode of ID the Future Anika Smith interviews Lehigh University professor Michael Behe about irreducible complexity and the way his critics have tried to address his idea.., without actually having to address it. What happens when Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences publishes a paper substituting reducible systems to test irreducible complexity? And what does it mean when prestigious journals try to refute your idea… and keep claiming to refute it without allowing you to respond? Listen in and discover what’s at the root of all this Darwinian anxiety: the power of an idea.

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An Interview with Michael Behe author of The Edge of Evolution

THE EDGE OF EVOLUTION: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism published by Free Press is CSC Senior Fellow Michael Behe’s long-awaited follow up to his 1996 bestseller Darwin’s Black Box. While Darwin’s Black Box was the book that helped launch the intelligent design movement, The Edge of Evolution is certain to be a revelation and a bombshell in its own ways, and is already inviting comment and critique from scientists around the world.

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Biochemist Michael Behe Stirs the Waters of Controversy at The Edge of Evolution

The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism published by Free Press is CSC Senior Fellow Michael Behe’s long-awaited follow up to his 1996 bestseller Darwin’s Black Box. While Darwin’s Black Box was the book that helped launch the intelligent design movement, The Edge of Evolution is certain to be a revelation and a bombshell in its own ways, and is already inviting comment and critique from scientists around the world.

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Michael Behe on Stereotypes and Acceptance of ID and the Big Bang

On this episode of ID The Future we present a short clip of senior fellow Dr. Michael Behe at the 2006 Intelligent Design Under Fire conference where he talks about the acceptance of intelligent design based on misinformation and stereotypes as promoted by the media. He contrasts the current status of intelligent design with that of Big Bang theory in the beginning of the 20th century, when many scientists refused to accept Big Bang theory because they didn’t like the philosophical implications.

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Michael Medved Interviews Michael Behe: Clip #1

Recently, at the CSC 10th Anniversary Dinner, we were fortunate to have the opportunity to spend a wonderful evening with CSC senior fellow, and author of Darwin’s Black Box, Michael Behe along with nationally syndicated radio commentator Michael Medved. Medved interviewed Behe for nearly an hour and gave us all a unique look at Behe as a biochemist, a professor and an author. In this clip, Medved asks Behe how it is he came to be a dissenter from Darwin’s theory of evolution.

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Behe Refuted?: Does a Recent article in Nature Show that the Flagellum Evolved?

This episode features an interview with Lehigh University professor and biochemist Dr. Michael Behe about intelligent design and the bacterial flagellum. Dr. Behe discusses a recent article in Nature Reviews Microbiology which claims that the flagellum could evolve. Dr. Behe analyzes the arguments about the flagellum and finds that they do not support Darwin’s theory.

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Intelligent Design Theorist Michael Behe Pens New Afterword for Anniversary Edition of Darwin’s Black Box

Ten years ago, biochemist Michael Behe helped to launch the modern intelligent design movement. when he outlined the theory of irreducible complexity in his book Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution, which dared to question the basic tenets of Darwinism.

Arguing that unintelligent accounts failed to explain the development of irreducibly complex systems such as blood clotting, the human immune system and the bacterial flagellum, Darwin’s Black Box was internationally reviewed in over one hundred publications and named one of the 100 most important books of the 20th century by National Review and World magazine. There are now a quarter million copies in print.

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Ten Years After Opening Darwin’s Black Box: An Interview with Dr. Michael Behe

First Modern Science Text on Intelligent Design, Darwin’s Black Box, Celebrates New 10th Anniversary Edition

This episode of ID The Future podcast features an interview with Lehigh University professor of biology, biochemist Dr. Michael Behe, on the ocassion of the 10th anniversary of his groundbreaking book, Darwin’s Black Box.

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