Professor Andy McIntosh DSc, FIMA, CMath, FEI, CEng, FInstP, MIGEM, FRAeS is retired from full time work at the University of Leeds, and is now a visiting research professor in Thermodynamics and Combustion Theory. He has lectured and researched in these fields for over 30 years and has a DSc from the University of Wales and a PhD from Cranfield University. A Fellow of the Institute of Physics, the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and the Royal Aeronautical Society, he now lectures in many countries on the subject of origins, showing that the science is entirely consistent with the Bible, and contrary to the dogmatic assertions of secular humanists,  that the science does does not fit well with evolutionary thinking. His lectures on design cover many areas including the marvels of the design of the human body, the bombardier beetle (which work was awarded the 2010 Times Higher Educational award for the Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology), the exquisite design of birds, bats and the flying insects, and information and thermodynamics.
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