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[2005/01/28] Info on Meyer Article Published in Smithsonian Journal
Info on Meyer Article Published in Smithsonian Journal 01/28/2005

Late last summer, various news agencies reported on the controversy surrounding the publication of an article arguing for the theory of intelligent design in the peer-reviewed journal Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. The Proceedings is published at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

The Wall Street Journal has now published additional information about the ongoing controversy surrounding the publication of this paper. Click here to read more.

In the article, entitled "The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories," Dr. Stephen Meyer argues that the theory of intelligent design explains the origin of the genetic information in new life forms better than current materialistic theories of evolution.

The publication of a paper explicitly advocating intelligent design in such a prominent place has generated both intense interest and a fire-storm of criticism.

Below is some background information that will help you make sense of the ongoing debate.

Contact Rob Crowther at Discovery Institute, rob@discovery.org, to arrange interviews with Dr. Meyer, and/or a Discovery spokesperson.

Media Backgrounder: Article Sparks Controversy

Dr. Steve Meyer's paper as published in the Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, "The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories"

The homepage of Dr. Richard Sternberg

Dr. Meyer's letter responding to an article in the
Chronicle of Higher Education


Scientist reports on Meyer's Peer Reviewed Article

Darwinists Impose Gag Rule on Science

NCSE Flip Flops as Controversy over Peer-Reviewed Article Continues

Meyer Article Attracts Unprecedented Attention Thanks to the NCSE


Responses to criticism of Dr. Meyer's article
(These are the first two in a series of responses. Future responses will be listed on the CSC website, as well as on this page.)

One Long bluff

Neo-Darwinism's Unsolved Problem


Other Articles

Bitten! Meyer article Continues to Cause Controversy by Mark Hartwig ARN

Panicked Evolutionists: The Stephen Meyer Controversy by Albert Mohler

Darwinism a Scientific Scandal by Denyse O'Leary

Scientist reports on Meyer's Peer Reviewed Article



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