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Peer-Review: Ensuring Quality or Enforcing Orthodoxy?

Is the only good science peer-reviewed science? Are there other avenues to present important scientific work? On this episode of ID The Future, Professor of Mathematics Dr. Frank Tipler discusses the pros and cons of peer review and refereed journals. More than fifty peer-reviewed papers discussing intelligent design have been published, but critics of the theory still proclaim a lack of peer-reviewed work as an argument. Listen in as Tipler shows how things have changed with the peer review process and what we can do about it.

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New Peer-Reviewed Paper Demolishes Fallacious Objection to ID

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin examines a new peer-reviewed paper that demolishes a very common and very fallacious objection to intelligent design. That objection? “Aren’t there vast eons of time for evolution?”

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Darwin Skeptic David Berlinski on Peer-Review and the Scientific Bureaucracy

On this episode of ID the Future, David Berlinski explains how peer-review REALLY works in a conversation with Discovery President Bruce Chapman.

In addition, David Berlinski has comments on a recent investigation into the NSF at Evolution News & Views today.

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