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- abbr. integrated circuit
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- n. A Common misspelling of XCIX., the Roman numeral representing ninety-nine (99).
- Integrated Circuit
- Ion Chromatrography
- Irreducible Complexity
- in character
- I see
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Of every dozen applicants I meet, no more than one or two seems to show what I call "IC"--intellectual curiosity.
The defect in IC is that it's not relevent to evolutionary biology.
The incorporated ATA5577 chip provides a manufacturer-programmed and locked unique ID which enables the traceability of the product to prevent cloning or counterfeiting of the tag IC.
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We just got Mango IC from the regular store here, don't think we ever get this one here.
Instead, IC is promoted by IDists as negative evidence against the mainstream scientific theory of evolution, and therefore by default a designer must have dunnit.
IC is an argument against blind, undirected chemical processes only.
He hypocritically claims that IC is a perfectly reasonable explanation for why something like the wheel did not evolve in large animals but then inplies it should never be used as an argument for the insufficiency of natural causes.
However, as an anti-evolution argument, IC is indeed felled by any one counter-example.