James Bronowski's Intelligent Design

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Will sponsors in Intelligent Design be able to embrace the promising and innovative solutions outlined in Luke Bawazer’s Tedtalk while rejecting Darwin’s theory? Does the science discussed by Bawazer relate to Bronowski’s belief about science as imaginative and creative? We will find out if this bond between James Bronowski his notion of the nature of scientific reasoning and Luke Bawazer comparing to Edward Wilsons theory of intelligent evolution.
Jacob Bronowski (2012) writes about Copernicus’s route to enlightenment as an obscure theorist challenging the common science of his time, his first stage was his mind to raise him from the planet, and put him enthusiastically, theoretically into the sun. This action signifies the start of
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Why would the major theory maintained by the Aristotle anticipate the view of Copernicus? At the time, the theory was controlled by science and religion. This is the hazard of disagreeing with a method, which logically criticizes the kind of creative inventiveness and freethinking of the extensive list of Copernicus and Galileo. Maybe it is time to scrap such disagreements for normal science and theories. Maybe it is time for experts to guide by recognizable proofs and open thinking (Bronowsk, J., …show more content…
He envisioned the infinite potential for mankind to work with any and all genomes. This most certainly is the start of a new theory. Whatever that theory may have huge potential for good but it can also have great potential for bad also. The idea of starting a new theory reminds me of Leonard and Sheldon from Big Bang Theory. Darwinian Evolution is gone. Some may dispute it has changed. We can suspect that it has been changed in a drastic manner, and in a quite small period, so as to describe our modern-day understanding as a modification of Darwinian theory instead of an addition to it. Bawazer’s enthusiasm concerning human selection and engineering are remote from Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection. People-manufacturing genomes through a method of controlling the fitness of genes is sacrilegious by comparison. Oddly, the inclination of people manipulating DNA through engineering is, in fact, an example of intelligent design (Bawazer, L.,

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