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Walter Bradley (engineer)

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Name  Walter Bradley

Role  Engineer
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Born  December 27, 1943 (age 71) (1943-12-27)
Institutions  Colorado School of Mines Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Texas A&M University Baylor University
Alma mater  University of Texas at Austin
Institution  Colorado School of Mines, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Texas A&M University, Baylor University

Creation of the cosmos dr walter bradley

Walter L. Bradley is a retired professor of engineering, lecturer, old Earth creationist and an advocate of intelligent design. He is a professor at Baylor University and has researched the use of coconut husks as a replacement for synthetic fibers. He taught mechanical engineering at Texas A&M University.


Intelligent design

Bradley is on the selection committee for the Trotter Prize, which rewards work on intelligent design. He is the co-author of The Mystery of Life's Origin: Reassessing Current Theories which gives a creationist interpretation of abiogenesis, attributing it to a deity rather than natural forces.

Bradley was one of the pioneers of the concept of intelligent design, attempting to explain topics not yet understood by science as the activity of God. Bradley's writings on the subject anticipated some of the concepts later articulated by William Dembski and Michael Behe, and he was a participant in early meetings regarding the wedge strategy, a religious public relations campaign with a goal of reshaping American culture to adopt evangelical Protestant values.


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