Dembski's filter can detect design (Talk.Origins)
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Claim CI111:
 Design can be recognized by the following filter:
 If an event E has high probability, accept regularity as an explanation; otherwise move to the next step.
 If the chance hypothesis assigns E a high probability or E is not specified, then accept chance; otherwise move down the list.
 Having eliminated regularity and chance, accept design.
Source:
 Dembski, William A., 1998. The Design Inference: Eliminating chance through small probabilities. Cambridge University Press.
CreationWiki response:
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1. (See complex specified information, which this claim is equivalent to.)
Actually, the two are not equivalent. Complex specified information is part of information theory, where the Explanatory Filter is simply a detection method.
See claim CI110 on complex specified information.
