Hallmarks of Design | Book


The Design argument contends that design in nature reveals a Designer. Professor Stuart Burgess presents this in the light of the latest discoveries about the complexity and beauty of the natural world.

  • Paperback Book
  • 240 pages
  • Day One Publications



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Providing evidence for the thesis that design in nature reveals a Designer, Hallmarks of Design presents six clear hallmarks of design, over 30 diagrams, a description of how the earth is designed for man, and a description of the Creator’s attributes. Learn how the irreducible knee joint, the irreducible flight mechanisms of birds, the irreducible earth ecosystem, complete optimum design, peacock tails, birdsongs, the design and beauty of man, and other elements of a world all give testimony to a creator. 230 indexed pages, softcover.

Professor Stuart Burgess has taught engineering design at Cambridge University and Bristol University. He has also carried out spacecraft design for the European Space Agency. In 1989 he received a Design Council Prize for engineering design presented by the Minister of State for Trade and Industry. In 1993 he received the Turners Gold Medal for the design of the solar array deployment mechanism on the £1.4 billion ENVISAT satellite (presented by the Vice Chancellor of City University).