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B.A.Ed, (English, Speech) University of Nebraska, 1993 M.S. (Psychology), University of Nebraska, 1999

God’s handiwork within Heuristic-Biased Stochastic Processes

The arguments for God can be found in extant (current) biological processes as well. We can see God’s handiwork within heuristic-biased stochastic processes. In other words, there are law-like “rules of thumb” that are applied at the quantum level (as … Continue reading

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Evodynamic Systems

Evodynamic Systems

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Navigenesis

> Thelen and Smith wrote about attractors and attractor states in reference to dynamic systems theory. Recent neurological studies show however that in the context of neural growth, the dendrites are guided by neurochemical repellency signals rather than attractor signals. … Continue reading

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Semi-Dynamic Systems

At times Creationists and Evolutionists resemble the “Blind men and the elephant fable”. They have each seized upon pieces of the puzzle but neither has achieved the complete picture. The most parsimonious perspective can be found through a semi-dynamic systems … Continue reading

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Bioluminescence in Cholera Bacteria

I am currently contemplating bioluminescence in Vibrio cholerae, the cholera bacteria. Initially, the presence of LuxA, a gene for luminescence, seems to be a classic argument for a vestigial marker for evolutionary descent. Further reading led me to this note: … Continue reading

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Spectra-erotogenesis

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Identigenesis

Homosexuality has been historically characterized as a mental illness, a defect, and a sinful behavior. From a scientific standpoint, it is more useful to view it in terms of Regiticulation, which is to say it falls within the dynamic, yet … Continue reading

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