From: D. F. Siemens, Jr. (
Date: Thu Sep 25 2003 - 14:51:48 EDT

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    I went to the site you noted and found a large number of items, too many
    for the time available. I opened "Validating Design Discussion
    Methodologies" as most likely relevant and found a group trying to
    correct an IDer's abuse and misunderstanding of language. I evaluated it
    as a nonsense challenge that advanced nothing. Where do I find the ID
    research that has forced a reconsideration of "Darwinism"?

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 17:11:57 -0500 "Steve Petermann"
    <> writes:
    > Sure. It has forced Darwinists to look a lot work harder at how
    > microbiological evolution works. Any challenge to current theory in
    > science
    > creates an impetus for new creativity. Interestingly enough
    > research by
    > IDers has also forced them to look harder at Darwinian processes.
    > For an example of some very professional and civil debates on ID
    > and
    > Darwinism check out the Brainstorms forum:
    > This is a no nonsense discussion scientific forum on the emergence
    > of
    > complexity. Amazingly there is none of the usual rhetoric and ad
    > hominem
    > that has surrounded the debate.
    > Steve Petermann

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