*Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics,*by Robert J. Marks II, the “Charles Darwin of Intelligent Design”; William A. Dembski, the “Isaac Newton of Information Theory”; and Winston Ewert, the “Charles Ingram of Active Information.” World Scientific, 332 pages.

Subjects: Evolutionary computation. Information technology–Mathematics.

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* Search* is a central term in the work of Dr. Dr. William Dembski jr, Dr. Winston Ewert, and Dr. Robert Marks II (DEM): it appears in the title of a couple of papers written by at least two of the authors, and it is mentioned hundreds of times in their textbook “

*Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics*“. Strangely – and in difference from the other central term

*, it is not defined in this textbook, and neither is*

**information***or*

**search problem***. Luckily, dozens of examples of searches are given. I took a closer look to find out what DEM see as the*

**search algorithm***search problem*in the “

*Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics*” and how their model differs from those used by other mathematicians and scientists.

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