Stephen C. Meyer, a Cambridge-educated philosopher of science, is a prominent advocate for intelligent design. Initially a geophysicist, he now heads the Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. He’s best known for his books “Darwin’s Doubt” and “Signature in the Cell“, which explore life’s origins. Meyer’s 2004 essay in a Smithsonian-affiliated journal, arguing for intelligent design, ignited significant controversy, culminating in a federal investigation. Beyond his books, Meyer has contributed to various publications and appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, as well as documentaries discussing evolution and design.