Tag: Darwin’s Black Box
Michael Behe and Cilia 3.0 … or, Irreducible Complexity Cubed
The once seemingly humble cilium is actually even more irreducibly complex than Dr. Behe suggested in his first book.
Cilium and Intraflagellar Transport: More Irreducibly Complex than Ever
Another of Michael Behe’s molecular machines gets an update. The details are even more fascinating than originally described.
Zip It: How Cells Repair Leaking Membranes
Membrane repair would have been necessary for the existence of the first cell. By what miracles did it arise?
Study Challenges Evolutionary Relationship Between Flagellum and Type III Secretory System
There are various types of flagella, but all function like a rotary engine made by humans. Even non-ID scientists marvel at the complexity of these machines.
Contingency Planning in the Cell Affirms Design
When sunlight is adequate, leaves are happy. On some days, though, there can be too much of a good thing.