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Three Flagellum Updates Amplify Behe’s Challenge to Darwinism from Irreducible Complexity | Evolution News

October 30, 2017

“…Depictions of the bacterial flagellum in 1996, the year Darwin’s Black Box was published, and in 2002, when Unlocking the Mystery of Life brought it to the screen in animation, look crude by comparison to the latest ones that show all the parts in near-nanometer resolution.* But they were sharp enough to motivate Michael Behe’s “Revolutionary” argument for intelligent design from irreducible complexity. Three new papers do nothing to undermine that design inference, despite some of the researchers’ appeals to evolution. Instead, the papers add new details about the precision working of these machines, unknown 15 years ago, that accentuate the argument for design…”

Source: Three Flagellum Updates Amplify Behe’s Challenge to Darwinism from Irreducible Complexity | Evolution News

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