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Intro to Creation, Evolution, Science Part 1 of 6

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Published on Apr 5, 2012

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Information is an essential part of our lives. A certain "computer" code is in every cell, every piece of DNA and all living things. Dr. Don Johnson has two Ph.D's in Chemistry and Computer Science. He explains that the complexity in one cell refutes the theory of evolution and confirms that only God could have created life.

Probability's Nature and Nature's Probability -- Lite: A Sequel for the Non-Scientist and a Clarion Call to Scientific Integrity

This book, like the original (over 2,600 copies in circulation) which was written for scientists, deals with the empirical scientific (not philosophical and theological) aspects of nature. It describes the nature of probability, and then examines many widely accepted undirected natural scenarios, comparing their scientific validity to that of the design model that can be empirically detected. The introduction describes the difference between the books. "Lite" doesn't mean without "meat" -- it will be challenging, but provides necessary scientific documentation to refute undirected naturalism.

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1 Math Basics:Probability and Large or Small Numbers

2 Chance: Possible, Probable, and Feasible -- a reality-check for accepting impossible or infeasible outcomes as science, as opposed to some scientist's speculation

3 Mass and Energy: Source and Fine-Tuning -- a brief overview of origins speculation (all falling outside science as we know it), and empirical examination of the Universe's fine-tuned nature

4 Life -- basics of this extremely complex topic as backdrop for the rest of the book

5 The Origin of Life -- problems with proposed abiogenesis scenarios are highlighted

6 The Information Contained in Life -- Life's information origin, modification, preservation, processing, and detection as well as capacity and content are covered, proving from known science that such information has zero probability of arising by undirected processes

7 Increasing Complexity of Life -- Evolution of new morphology, irreducible complexity, the Cambrian explosion, the biological tree with increasing information, computer simulations, and genetic algorithms are covered

8 Going Where Data Lead -- points out scientific limits, biases and misconceptions, particularly concerning design in nature

9 Why Intelligent Design? -- the scientific benefits of ID as the best-so-far explanation of the observations

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