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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab Goes to Trial in Anti-ID Discrimination Case

On this episode of ID The Future, host David Boze interviews Joshua Youngkin, a legal affairs analyst at the Discovery Institute, about new developments in the case of David Coppedge, a former employee of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, who was demoted and later fired for discussing intelligent design. Youngkin provides background on Coppedge’s tenure at JPL and gives insight into the legal basis for the discrimination lawsuit that will now go before a jury trial. “This is a case that comes under the Fair Employment and Housing Act. It bars employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of their viewpoint…” Make your voice heard! Visit our David Coppedge Case Information page to get more info, the latest updates, and Read More ›

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Teaching the Controversy in South Korea: An Interview with Biology Teacher Roger DeHart

On this episode of ID the Future Anika Smith interviews biology teacher Roger DeHart about teaching the strengths and weaknesses of evolution in South Korea. Mr. DeHart famously taught both sides of Darwin’s theory in a Burlington, WA, public school biology class, as documented in the film Icons Of Evolution. Tune in and learn why academic freedom on evolution in education is so necessary.

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“A Masterful Feat of Courtroom Deception”: Immunologist Donald Ewert on Dover

On this episode of ID the Future, research immunologist and virologist Dr. Donald L. Ewert gives his take on the discussion of the evolution of the immune system that happened five years ago today in Dover, Pennsylvania. Was Michael Behe correct to argue in the Kitzmiller case that there isn’t a Darwinian explanation for the origin of the immune system? Listen in and find out.

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The Real Story of How Caroline Crocker Was Expelled from George Mason University

Are scientists free to think and follow the evidence wherever it leads? On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Caroline Crocker, president of the American Institute for Technology and Science Education and author of Free to Think: Why Scientific Integrity Matters. Dr. Crocker was famously expelled from her job at George Mason University. Listen in as she shares stories about her inspiring student and reveals details in her case for the first time. For more information on Dr. Crocker’s case, visit NCSE Exposed.

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Where Dover Was Wrong: A Detailed Look at the Errors of the Infamous Kitzmiller Decision

On this episode of ID the Future we’re featuring an excerpt from a talk given by Casey Luskin at the 2010 Academic Freedom Day celebration at the University of Arkansas. In this final clip, Luskin explains the problems of the infamous Kitzmiller v. Dover ruling and the advocacy of the judge’s decision, which was riddled with errors and mistakes.

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Biologist Ralph Seelke Speaks Out in Support of Teaching the Controversy

Biologist Ralph Seelke is one of the scientists who aren’t supposed to exist; he’s skeptical of Darwin’s theory of evolution. As a professor at University of Wisconsin-Superior, Dr. Seelke tests what evolution can actually do. In January, Dr. Seelke testified about his research before the Texas Board of Education, and this episode of ID the Future features audio from his presentation. Listen in and learn why scientists support teaching the strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary theory.

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Atheist Philosopher of Physics Bradley Monton on Intelligent Design Debate, Part Five

This episode of ID the Future features the last in a series of interviews with atheist philosopher of physics Bradley Monton. Professor Monton’s perspective enriches and expands the debate over intelligent design, as he discusses whether an ID proponent can be an atheist, the scientific evidence for intelligent design, and the importance of the argument from cosmology.

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Atheist Philosopher of Physics Bradley Monton on Intelligent Design Debate, Part Two

This episode of ID the Future features the second part of Casey Luskin’s interview with atheist philosopher of physics Bradley Monton.

Prof. Monton shares his experience in the debate over intelligent design and discusses the Dover decision, rebutting trial witness philosopher Robert Pennock.

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Controversy or Hypocrisy? Science Standards, Textbooks, and Texas

On this episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith interviews Casey Luskin about the controversy over science standards currently brewing in Texas. Why is a group of Darwinists up in arms about the experts selected to review the state’s science standards? Luskin exposes the truth behind the Darwinists’ claims and finds more than a little hypocrisy in their attacks on textbook authors Stephen Meyer and Ralph Seelke.

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Intelligent Design, Science, and Kitzmiller: Steve Fuller on Naturalism

This episode of ID the Future features Casey Luskin’s third and final interview with Dr. Steve Fuller, professor of sociology at University of Warwick. Here Fuller discusses his role as an expert witness in the Kitzmiller v. Dover trial, where he rebutted the claim that science is committed to naturalism.

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