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Intelligent Design Uncensored

In this episode of ID the Future, Jay Richards interviews Jonathan Witt about Witt’s new book, co-authored with William Dembski, titled Intelligent Design Uncensored.

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Darwin as the Pinball Wizard: Talking Probability with Robert Marks

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Dr. Robert J. Marks, who recently published two papers with William Dembski and another paper with Dr. Dembski and graduate student Winston Ewert. This is Dr. Marks’ first IDTF interview since Baylor University shut down his pro-ID Evolutionary Informatics Lab, now available at a third-party website, EvoInfo.org.

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Meyer and Dembski Breakthroughs Top ID Science Stories for 2009

On this episode of ID the Future Casey Luskin interviews Dennis Wagner, executive director of the Access Research Network discussing ARN’s top 5 Darwin and Design science stories for 2009. Listen in to learn how the work of Stephen Meyer and William Dembski topped the list of ID science accomplishments for 2009.

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How Information Theory Is Taking Intelligent Design Mainstream: An Interview With Dr. William Dembski

This episode of ID the Future continues Casey Luskin’s interviews Dr. William Dembski on his new peer-reviewed paper, “Conservation of Information in Search: Measuring the Cost of Success,” published in IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics A, Systems & Humans.

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Information and Clear Accounting in Evolution: An Interview With Dr. William Dembski

On this episode of ID the Future Casey Luskin interviews Dr. William Dembski on his new peer-reviewed paper, “Conservation of Information in Search: Measuring the Cost of Success,” published in IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics A, Systems & Humans. Listen in as Dr. Dembski shares how his research provides accounting practices for checking out where the information in evolutionary processes is being inserted and expressed, thus holding evolutionists accountable to the fact that information is coming from an outside source. For more information, read the paper at EvoInfo.org.