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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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Why We Need Academic Freedom for Intelligent Design Proponents

Are there really threats to academic freedom in America? 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 third clip, Luskin explains that the persecution stories in the movie Expelled were just the tip of the iceberg. He gives additional examples of pro-ID students, scientists, and faculty who have experienced persecution due to their support for intelligent design. Listen in as Luskin explains why many critics don’t believe in academic freedom in America.

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Intelligent Design Predictions for the Fossil Record and “Junk” DNA

What does the fossil record tell us about intelligent design? And what does intelligent design predict when it comes to “junk”-DNA? On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin explores more of intelligent design’s testable predictions in a recent talk he gave at the University of Arkansas.

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The Positive Case for Intelligent Design and Why It’s Being Expelled from Academia

On this episode of ID the Future we’re featuring an excerpt from an Academic Freedom Day talk given by Casey Luskin at the University of Arkansas. The talk is titled “The Positive Case for Intelligent Design and Why It’s Being Expelled from Academia,” and in this first of two parts, Luskin gives two positive, testable predictions of ID that are confirmed by the empirical data.

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