Colorado Springs, CO - January 31, 2011
A new journal, BIO-Complexity, and a new computer game CellCraft, were two of the top 10 Darwin and Design resources for 2010 named on the annual list released by Access Research Network this week.
BIO-Complexity is a peer-reviewed scientific journal with the unique goal to become the leading forum for testing the scientific merit of the claim that intelligent design is a credible explanation for life.
Those looking for slightly less cerebral resources might like the new online computer game, CellCraft that is designed to teach about cellular biology. This is a game crafted by people who love games and is enjoyable even if you learn nothing from it. It is a blend of real time strategy, tower defense, and city planning all cast within a cellular setting. But it is hard to play and not be impressed by the complexity and design of the cell.
An online version of the ARN Top 10 Darwin and Design stories for 2010 with hyperlinks to original news sources can be found at www.arn.org/top10.
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