Intelligent Design

Intelligent Design is the theory that the complexity of biological structures demonstrate the need for an intelligence and that evolution cannot fully account for all life forms on the planet.  The movement that seeks to demonstrate intelligent design from examining biological structures and sighting irreducible complexity and a specified complexity.  Irreducible complexity deals with the minimal requirements for biological structures that if one component were removed, the structure would not function.  Specified complexity deals with information structures.

 

 

 

 
 
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