The author, Dean Schulz, an engineer with a PhD in computer science, takes a “bottom up” approach.
What are some new examples of irreducibly complex systems? What are some objections to ID from well-known critics?
The planthopper bug has gears in its legs that permit it to jump what in human terms would be like vaulting the length of two football fields at one go.
When Michael Behe’s slide show flashed to a close up of the gears, a murmur of astonishment rolled through the audience.
From back when I was a sophomore taking biochemistry, one particular event stands out in my memory, perhaps because it was such an odd thing.