In a Five-Day ID Challenge, Michael Behe will field the most asked questions, from general to philosophical and critical.
Get acquainted with another irreducibly complex molecular motor. This one is a master at unfolding proteins. Its method is ingenious.
The kingfisher bird has to dive after fish rapidly without busting its beak. Japanese scientists looked into the physics of this, and redesigned the noses of their bullet trains.
Our responses to the Muller two-step have been around for a long time; it would be nice if ID critics would recognize and perhaps answer them.
This finding fits Michael Behe’s book Darwin Devolves perfectly. It’s easier to throw cargo overboard than to create it.