Jorn Dyerberg, the Danish biologist, talks with physicist Brian Miller about finding irreducible complexity in cells.
There are individual systems that are irreducibly complex, and these are joined together into a higher-level system of systems.
Darwinism is committed to evolution happening gradually, one step at a time, by single mutational changes.
Why have I just gone through this exercise with the 100-dimensional discrete hypercube, giving it the full track 2 monty? Two reasons.
Bechly touches on the oldest australopithecine fossil skull ever found, from 3.8 million years ago.