He concludes that “evolutionary ‘just so’ stories” are examples of “wishful thinking starved of molecular details.”
Glicksman explains the hugely complex blood flow systems required to keep us clear-headed and alive even while doing everything from gymnastics to simply getting up in the morning.
Whenever a complex system of systems works at all, it seems counterproductive to attempt a “bad design” argument.
We always hear about friends and family with blood pressure problems. There’s something easy to miss, though.
A simple tissue we take for granted turns out to represent another example of irreducible complexity in the human body.