Physicist Brian Miller explains that nothing remotely this dramatic occurred in the experiment.
Even though the differences appear superficially striking, they do not involve any novel body plans (i.e., no new proteins, new tissues, or new organs).
At about 54 minutes in, Shapiro delivers a highly caricatured portrait of intelligent design, as an argument from amazement.
A colleague remarked to me (in an uncharacteristically unscholarly disclosure) that he could not share my interest in “all this old 19th-century stuff.”
There’s a problem that biologists have long pondered — how do proteins find other proteins within the cell that they are supposed to interact with?