Episode: Judging Intelligent Design


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Judging Intelligent Design
In this podcast, U.S. District Judge John Jones describes what it was like to preside over the landmark case of Kitzmiller v. Dover, explains why he ruled that intelligent design does not qualify as a science, and more. Produced by David Levin. Interview by Richard Maurer and David Levin. "Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial" is produced by NOVA and Vulcan Productions, in association with The Big Table Film Company. Funding for NOVA is provided by ExxonMobil, Pacific Life, David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. To learn more about the Dover case and the controversy over Intelligent Design, visit us online at pbs.org/nova/id

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