Dawkins invokes the beautiful order evident in the murmuration of bird flocks as evidence that complexity can evolve from simple algorithmic rules.
Stuart Burgess answers evolutionist Nathan Lents, who has argued that human joints are poorly designed.
Following the philosopher Alvin Plantinga, Pat Flynn says that some of the attacks on Behe have been hysterical, but some have been more thoughtful.
Richard Dawkins felt free to encourage experimentation in ape-human hybrids, work that Dawkins hopes will undermine the idea that humans are anything special.
Eric Cassell argues that these innate skills point to algorithms programmed into the ant’s brain and genome.