Peer-reviewed testable ID claims?
Quizzlestick at overwhelmingevidence asks if ID has provided any peer-reviewed testable claims. The answer appears to be yes and a link is supplied to an article (written by a Kazmer Ujvarosy) that appears in an online magazine that is not peer-reviewed(!). OK you might say. Maybe the article is not peer-reviewed - but surely it provides testable claims. I'll give you five predictions the article makes:
•By virtue of its eternity human intelligence constitutes the cosmological constant.I would be keen for either quizzlestick or Kazmer himself to (please do) tell us how we are supposed to test these predictions. Myself, I have a hard time separating this from most other new-age clap-trap.
•Human intelligence has quantum properties because it exists in both particle and field states. Human intelligence in its potential or seed state is a particle, but in its state of expression takes on field characteristics, and thus provides the morphogenetic field or quantum vacuum of the universe for the development of the creatures it has in mind.
•Dark energy, that drives the expansion of the universe, is one of the deepest and most exciting puzzles in modern science. We posit that dark energy is the field manifestation of the parent seed of the universe, just as the cosmic vacuum’s zero-point energy. They all originate from the cosmic seed’s biophoton emissions, which blackbody radiation provides a holographic biofield for the generation of the physical universe. Based on the fact that the biophotonic radiation emitted by DNA is coherent, we predict that the cosmic seed's biophotonic field or "dark energy" is equally coherent.
•The universe is a living system, dynamically managed by the parent seed’s unbounded and conscious holographic biofield, and regulated by the process of information feedback.
•The elusive Higgs boson – so vital to the Standard Model of particle physics that it is dubbed “the God particle” – is identical with the genotype of the phenotype universe, and each human genome is its reproduction. Based on this identification we posit that mass-giving is life-giving because the elementary particles that come into contact with the cosmic seed's biofield or quantum vacuum receive their mass and property as a result of that interaction.
quizzlestick says this of Kazmer:
I would like to introduce Dr. Kazmer Ujavorsy, chief scientist of the Frontline Science Institute, one of the most prestigious research organizations dedicated to Intelligent Design.From what I can see, the Frontline Science Institute has published six articles - all in American Chronicle. From what I can see, none of the articles provide any testable claims and of course, none of them appeared in a peer-reviewed journal. So, the claim that it is a prestigious research organization would appear to be nothing short of a big fat lie.
A commenter (HaEris) has this to say about Kazmer:
.....What can I say other that I am glad he is on our side.Given the nonsense prediction he supplied (above), I'm glad he's on your side too.
So, all in all, no peer-reviewed testable claims are supplied, which is bizarre, given that that was the reason quizzlestick wrote the article. Oh, well...