Stephen Meyer on Engineers and ID
Categories : Intelligent Design
Editor : GilDodgen
published: dimanche 7 janvier 2007 3:51:58
In this, Part 2 in a series of posts based on the Q&A section in the recently released DVD, Case for a Creator, I offer the text of Meyer’s response to the question, Why are many engineers intrigued by intelligent design theory?
As a software engineer — in both the artificial-intelligence and aerospace research and development fields — I recognized that there were huge problems with the thesis that natural selection and random variation could produce complex information-processing systems, because designing such systems is what I do.
Here are Meyer’s comments in answer to the question posed to him above: