The core difficulty for some scientists who read Michael Behe’s book is also the key idea at its heart.
Starting today, you’re invited to sit back and enjoy a five-part series on polar bear genes in light of Behe’s thesis in Darwin Devolves.
Explaining this sort of phenomenon by slight, successive modification, as Darwin envisaged, seems problematic.
All of this calls to mind a comment from biologist John Mattick, a critic of the junk DNA paradigm.
This is nothing short of a spectacular vindication of Stephen Meyer’s perspective in Darwin’s Doubt.