The problem these efforts face in the lab is exactly the problem faced by Darwin’s evolutionary mechanism in the wild.
The interaction with Lents is of interest because it provides an opportunity to look again, in some detail, at a fascinating illustration of design in action.
It wasn’t until Jorn Dyerberg encountered ID researchers like Michael Behe that he gave it that name.
Darwinian evolution, even in its 21st-century form, fails the formidable task of explaining how the first enzyme arose.
The nucleus is a beehive of activity, where information is not just stored but processed, protected, transcribed, and duplicated by highly complex machines.