It was Dr. Behe’s insight that the view of evolution as driven by unguided processes alone can’t survive an up-close encounter with the “black box,” unknown to Darwin, the cell.
The cell is what biochemist Michael Behe has called evolution’s “black box,” its spectacularly complex, superbly designed contents unknown to Charles Darwin.
Professor Behe tells about his earliest memories of Phillip Johnson and speaks about the long history of science.
The cell was a black box to Darwin and his contemporaries. Today we can explore that black box like never before.
Scientists debate whether ctenophores are the earliest animals to appear in the Cambrian explosion. If so, they arrived with multiple tissues, a nervous system, and a digestive system.