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The debate about evolution continues as another category of critics seeks to challenge its merits. These critics put forward intelligent design (ID) as a scientific rival to evolution. For those familiar with the relevant history, this occurrence resurrects a cycle of debate about evolution that never seems to end. The purpose of this article is to identify key reasons why debate about evolution remains with us
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