The understanding of what it takes to build complex systems sheds light on the causal hurdles that would be necessary for evolutionary processes to overcome.
Taken as a totality, they make “zero sense in the context” of classic evolutionary theory.
Episode guest Brian Miller talks with host Casey Luskin about the details of the ingenious design.
From an engineering standpoint, it was essential that a way be found to protect the cell, life’s most basic unit.
An uplifting video about a life-saving invention encapsulates several running themes about intelligent design, with only one brief flaw.