Here’s an illustration likely to be more resistant to Darwinist misrepresentation than Michael Behe’s well-known mouse trap analogy.
This is a point that has been made repeatedly by Darwin critics and proponents of ID, on this blog and elsewhere.
When all else fails, look brave. Three Harvard biologists seek to face the daunting new challenge with an essay in Current Biology.
British biologists dust off a moth-eaten myth: that peppered moths prove Darwinian evolution.
Has Shapiro really solved anything? His “third way” seems more like an equivocation strategy.