There’s no better tribute to the power of ideas than a changed mind. Erik Strandness is a physician in Spokane, WA, practicing neonatal medicine.
Evolution’s proper place of study has moved from gross anatomy and population genetics to biochemistry.
For our biochemistry geeks, one mug contains both the periodic table of elements and a DNA-amino acids codon wheel.
The Lehigh University biochemist addresses misconceptions about irreducible complexity, and responds to the claim that “molecular machines” is a misnomer.
The idea of the book is not merely to dunk on the critics. Michael Behe, to be frank, doesn’t find of any their criticisms very meaningful.