11. Intelligent Design Topic: Intelligent Design as a Positive Research Program
sciences, like archeology or SETI, already raise them). Now it's true that some of these questions have analogues within a naturalistic framework (e.g., the functionality problem). But others clearly do not. For instance, in the separation of
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12. Interview: Irven DeVore
On the Chances of SETI being Successful
The Role of Scripture
Interpreting the Bible 'Literally'
On Scripture and Science
On Human Nature
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13. Interview: John D. Barrow
The Connection Between SETI and Religion
The Narrow Overlap Between Cosmology and Theology
Religion and Day-to-day Science
The Origin of Atomism
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14. Interview: Owen Gingerich
in Biological History and SETI
link | Feedback
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15. Intelligent Design Topic: The signs of design
criterion. For example, if SETI researchers received a
radio signal representing the first 100 prime numbers they would be justified
in concluding that the signal exhibited a detachable pattern that had no
necessary relationship to the
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16. Stem Cell Topic: Sources Cited
Dr. Frank Drake, SETI Institute news, 12:1 (First Quarter 2003) 5.
Roper (2002). UFOs & Extraterrestrial
Beliefs and Personal Experiences .
for the SCI FI Channel by Roper Poll.
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17. Stem Cell Topic: Contact Optimists vs. Unique Earthers
than three decades of active SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial
Intelligence) research, no radio or visual contact has occurred. If we rely
solely on empirical evidence, then we have no reason to believe that anyone
else is out there.
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18. Stem Cell Topic: AstroTheology: Religious Reflections on Extraterrestrial Li...
life, from which the SETI project gets its name. In what follows, I plan to use
the acronym ETIL to refer to extraterrestrial intelligent life.
Exotheology is the name I have given for
that branch of theology which reflects upon
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19. Stem Cell Topic: Theological Reflections on ETNL
of ETNL? Margaret Race at SETI opens up
this question. If we find evidence for past or present Earth-like life on Mars, it would be extremely interesting
scientifically, but less so theologically or philosophically because it could
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20. Stem Cell Topic: The Astrobiological Delusion Regarding the Future of Religion
This is the logic of SETI scientist, Jill
Tarter , for example, who constructs an entire scenario based upon the Drake
equation. Although to date no contact of any sort with extraterrestrial
intelligent life has occurred, Tarter can imagine
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