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Don't Miss the Book That Changes Everything Tuesday, July 21 With Stephen Meyer and DNA Evidence for Intelligent Design

It's the question that Darwin never even began to address: How did the very first life begin? Dr. Stephen Meyer, author of the new book Signature in the Cell (HarperOne, June 2009), investigates how new scientific discoveries are pointing to intelligent design as the best explanation for the complexity of life and the universe.

"It's only in the past decade that the information age has finally come to biology. We now know that biology at its root is digital code information," states Dr. Meyer. "In the cell, information is carried by DNA, which functions like a software program. The signature in the cell is that of the master programmer of life."

On Tuesday, July 21, Dr. Meyer will present his arguments for intelligent design at a free event, hosted by Discovery Institute and held at Plestcheeff Auditorium at the Seattle Art Museum.

Join us for the event that will herald a new scientific revolution!

Register for the Signature in the Cell Book party on Tuesday, July 21st at 7:00pm. This free event will be held in the Plestcheef Auditorium within the Seattle Art Museum (entrance at 1st Avenue and University).

Register now and get your book for only $20.

By registering now you have the opportunity to save time and money by also pre-ordering a copy of Signature in the Cell for just $20 (including tax - 37% off the cover price!)

Books will be available at the event for $25 (20% off the cover price) while supplies last.

Walk-ups are okay, but seating is not guaranteed without pre-registration.

For more information, visit www.signatureinthecell.com.