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How Intelligent Design Advocates Turn the Sordid Lessons from Soviet and Nazi History Upside Down By Wesley R. Elsberry and Mark Perakh

The Design Revolution? How William Dembski Is Dodging Questions About Intelligent Design. An essay on the tactics used by William Dembski in responding to, or not responding to, criticism and critics. By Mark Perakh.

Moonshine: Why the Peppered Moth Remains an Icon of Evolution by Matt Young

Evolution in (Brownian) space: a model for the origin of the bacterial flagellum by N. J. Matzke

The advantages of theft over toil: the design inference and arguing from ignorance by John S. Wilkins and Wesley R. Elsberry

"DR. DEMBSKI'S COMPASS - or, How to lose one's way while looking for misdirection" by Andrea Bottaro

"Bottaro's Letter to WNYE" by Andrea Bottaro

"Irreducible Complexity Demystified" This essay will prove helpful to educators, boards of education, legislators and members of the press who may be wondering about "Irreducible Complexity". By Pete Dunkelberg

"The Quixotic Message", or "No Free Hunch" A humorous look at the inconsistencies of the Intelligent Design movement and its advocates. By theyeti

A Philosophical Premise of 'Naturalism'? Why scientists are no more wedded to an assumption of naturalism than creationists are. By Mark Isaak

The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth? Why Phillip Johnson's Darwin on Trial and the "Intelligent Design" movement are neither science—nor Christian. By Brian Spitzer

A Presentation Without Arguments Mark Perakh evaluates William Dembski's presentation at the CSICOP conference in Burbank, CA on June 21st, 2002

Evolving Immunity A Response to Chapter 6 of Darwin's Black Box. By Matt Inlay

Response? What Response? Richard Wein replies to William Dembski's reply to his Not a Free Lunch But a Box of Chocolates.

Not a Free Lunch But a Box of Chocolates: A critique of William Dembski's book No Free Lunch This review argues that Dembski's case is nothing more than a god-of-the-gaps argument dressed up in misleading pseudoscientific mumbo jumbo.

Icon of Obfuscation: Jonathan Wells' book Icons of Evolution and why most of what it teaches about evolution is wrong. Icons of Evolution purports to document that "students and the public are being systematically misinformed about the evidence for evolution." But it is Icons itself that is really misinforming the public.

Welcome to the Machine by Brian Poindexter

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