Evolution Science

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Nissa Latiolais LBSU 300 11/16/2014 Evolving Science Will believers in Intelligent Design be able to embrace the incredibly promising and innovative solutions outlined in Luke Bawazer’s Tedtalk while rejecting Darwin’s theory? Yes. One will be able to believe in intelligent Design while embracing Mr. Bawazer's ideals. It is easy to see that Darwin's theory is not longer accurate as we learn more about life at a molecular level. Darwin talked about a cell as a blob of goo. Not holding very much. Now as microscopes can see at a cellular level and past. We can see that the cell is very complex and that there is mechanical parts within the cell at the bacterial level. It is…show more content…
Because it embodies two different types of characteristics DNA in living organisms and machinery in current technology it fits Kuhns definition of paradigms “Achievements that share these two characteristics I shall henceforth refer to as “Paradigms”. Bawazer is opening doors that have never been thought of before. Batteries run by bacteria, its something that is hard for the mind to really understand and wrap around. Products we have always thought of as being lifeless and inanimate, now having life inside them becoming part of the object to help it function, it is revolutionary! Works cited "Art Science = Innovation" (Creative Impact Michigan 03.08.12). (2012, March 8). Retrieved November 17, 2014, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPMbCnEapQU Niles, R. (2009, September 29). Darwin's Theory of Evolution. Retrieved November 17, 2014, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWtCakPk9eM Talks, T. (2013, March 30). Genetically Evolved Technology: Luke Bawazer at TEDxWarwick 2013. Retrieved November 17, 2014, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BljY3_i3gfw Kuhn, T. (2012). Science. In The Norton reader: An anthology of nonfiction (13th ed., pp. 899-907). New York: W.W. Norton &. Bronowski, J. (2012). Science. In The Norton reader: An anthology of nonfiction (13th ed., pp. 886-889). New York: W.W. Norton
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