Stephen C. Meyer

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Stephen C. Meyer (born 1958) is a philosopher of science and advocate for intelligent design. He helped found the Center for Science and Culture (CSC) of the Discovery Institute (DI), which is the main organisation behind the intelligent design movement. He is the author of the books Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design (2009), and Darwin's Doubt: the Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design (2013), "a masterwork of pseudoscience." To boot, Stephen C. Meyer has absolutely no qualifications in Biology; Doctor Meyer does hold a Bachelor of Science in Geology and Physics but his Ph.D is in the Philosophy of Science which is in no way relevant to Evolutionary Biology.[1]

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  1. Doubting "Darwin's Doubt": review in "The New Yorker", July 2, 2013, by Gareth Cook
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