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Whether or not any scientific papers have been published about [[intelligent design]] is a bone of contention among those debating whether ID should be studied in government-financed schools.
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Whether or not any scientific papers have been published about [[intelligent design]] is a bone of contention among those debating whether ID should be studied in government-financed schools.  
* Minnich testified that he believed that about 10 peer-reviewed papers had been published which were by ID proponents and supported ID arguments. Minnich specifically mentioned papers by Axe, Behe, and Meyer. Harvey tried to take apart the papers by Axe and Behe by noting that they didn't specifically mention ID. But Minnich explained that the point of these papers is to find specified complexity in sequence space--a prediction of ID. [http://www.evolutionnews.org/2005/11/minnich_vs_harvey_the_witness001301.html#more]
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:"Minnich testified that he believed that about 10 peer-reviewed papers had been published which were by ID proponents and supported ID arguments. Minnich specifically mentioned papers by Axe, Behe, and Meyer. Harvey tried to take apart the papers by Axe and Behe by noting that they didn't specifically mention ID. But Minnich explained that the point of these papers is to find specified complexity in sequence space--a prediction of ID." [http://www.evolutionnews.org/2005/11/minnich_vs_harvey_the_witness001301.html#more]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:29, 4 July 2012

Whether or not any scientific papers have been published about intelligent design is a bone of contention among those debating whether ID should be studied in government-financed schools.

"Minnich testified that he believed that about 10 peer-reviewed papers had been published which were by ID proponents and supported ID arguments. Minnich specifically mentioned papers by Axe, Behe, and Meyer. Harvey tried to take apart the papers by Axe and Behe by noting that they didn't specifically mention ID. But Minnich explained that the point of these papers is to find specified complexity in sequence space--a prediction of ID." [1]

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