Bacterial Flagellum Demonstrates the Explanatory and Predictive Power of Engineering Models
Dean Schulz investigated the design of the flagellum with a method that could be described as groundbreaking.
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.
New Research Finds Molecular Machines Are Even More Amazing than Behe Realized
With better imaging and analysis techniques, details about icons of design are coming into clearer focus. The icons are looking better than ever.
A Dentist in the Sahara: Doug Axe on the Rarity of Proteins Is Decisively Confirmed
In a previous article I described the evidence that cooption faces insurmountable mathematical challenges in explaining the origins of such complex molecular machines as the bacterial flagellum.
Advances in Biology Discredit Argument that Cooption Can Explain Irreducible Complexity
One of most popular attempts at explaining the flagellum via cooption was developed by Nicholas Matzke.