Progress in Complexity, Information and Design June 2003

PCID Double Issue, Volumes 2.1 and 2.2, January - June 2003

Press Release

ISCID is pleased to announce the publication of the January - June 2003 Double Issue of Progress in Complexity, Information and Design. The double issue of PCID features papers from I.G.D. Strachan on evolutionary simulations, Frank J. Tipler on the nature of peer review, Joshua Smart on the application of irreducible complexity and several others. In addition, we have included an interactive online simulation of text evolution.

Featured Papers

An Evaluation of "Ev"
by I.G.D. Strachan

Refereed Journals: Do They Insure Quality or Enforce Orthodoxy?
by Frank J. Tipler

On the Application of Irreducible Complexity
by Joshua A. Smart

The Bacterial Flagellum: A Response to Ursula Goodenough
by John R. Bracht

A Shot in the Dark
by David Owen

Tegmark’s Parallel Universes: A Challenge to Intelligent Design?
by Karl D. Stephan

Still Spinning Just Fine: A Response to Ken Miller
by William A. Dembski

Probability of randomly assembling a primitive cell on Earth: Part II
by Dermott J. Mullan

An Evolutionary Manifesto: A New Hypothesis For Organic Change
by John A. Davison

PCID Policy Change

Peer Review or Peer Censorship?
by William A. Dembski

Online Simulation

Vignere Encoded Text Evolution

Special Features

A 21st Century view of evolution
Transcript of online chat with James Shapiro

Ontogenetic Depth as a Complexity Metric for the Cambrian Explosion
Transcript of online chat with Paul Nelson

File Date: 07.11.03