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Toward a Quantitative Theory of Design

@inproceedings{Snoke2005TowardAQ,
  title={Toward a Quantitative Theory of Design},
  author={David W. Snoke},
  year={2005}
}
I present a proposal for a new quantitative test for design, in contrast to previously proposed standards such as “order” and “irreducible complexity.” If I say, “The universe looks designed,” have I made a scientific statement? In recent years, many people have debated this question. Even among Christians who affirm that the universe is designed, some argue that we can never measure or quantify that property of design. Some would argue that by speaking of design we enter the arena of religion… 
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