RuvAB: Another Elegant Molecular Motor Visualized
This machine looks like something out of a CAD/CAM project, but it’s found in bacteria.
Rosenhouse’s Whoppers: Seeing Patterns in Biology Is Like Seeing Dragons in the Clouds
Since the flagellum gets so overused in the debate between ID and Darwinism, let’s change the system. Consider the leaf hopper.
Get a Load of This Souped-Up Hyperdrive Magnetotactic Bacterium
“MO-1 is a magnetotactic bacterium capable of orienting its cell body along the geomagnetic field lines by using magnetosomes.”
New BIO-Complexity Paper Details Complexity of Function and Assembly of Bacterial Flagellum
The author, Dean Schulz, an engineer with a PhD in computer science, takes a “bottom up” approach.
Listen: Michael Behe Answers Your Questions About Intelligent Design
What are some new examples of irreducibly complex systems? What are some objections to ID from well-known critics?