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Proving Intelligent Design by Examining Unconscious Decision Processes

Authors: Martin Dubreuil, Sergi Koliada

Prompted by previous research results we analysed human decision processes for unconscious patterns. Like former studies we were able to find law-like patterns that were not consciously created. We calculated the residual uncertainty about the pattern to 1 : 10^13 and proved a high correlation ratio for the data source related to the found pattern through an intra class correlation test (3.2). We showed that conscious human behaviour and natural selection (3.3) are not able to explain this result. We showed that the found patterns content support Intelligent Design (3.4). This gives Intelligent Design a testable and verifiable hypotheses for the first time.

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