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In January 2005, several pro-ID parents backed by the Rutherford Institute attempted to intervene in the case as co-defendants.
For years, "intelligent design" (ID) proponents denied that ID is just a new label for creationism. However, it is now well-known that the first intelligent design "textbook," Of Pandas and People, is just a revised version of a classic "two-model' creationism vs. evolution book named Creation Biology. As Barbara Forrest showed during her testimony in Kitzmiller v.
This page provides links to the exhibits used in the trial itself. The exhibits for certain major topics can be found on the following pages:
Barbara Forrest on creationism's evolution into intelligent design
The immune system and irreducible complexity
Kevin Padian on transitional forms and the fossil record
The remaining exhibits are listed below.
This section features podcasts recorded by NCSE staff members and friends in the evenings after sessions of the Kitzmiller trial. These recordings offer descriptions, reflections, and analysis of events in the Kitzmiller trial, just after they occurred.
I. "Irreducible Complexity" and the evolution of major adaptations
Q. I'm going to talk about the use of the term "irreducible complexity" and "adaptational packages" as it's used by intelligent design proponents.