Jason Rosenhouse posted Entry 1490 on September 19, 2005 11:08 AM.
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In part one I considered the classic anti-evolution arguments based on probability theory, and showed why they failed. In part two we disucss why it is no improvement to add “specification” to the mix. We also examine some of the ways probability theory can be used legitimately to shed light on evolution.
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