Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) are common in cells. Can a disordered protein regulate a molecular motor?
Some reviews that try to make a book look bad are so ill-informed and malicious that they actually make a good book look better.
Our responses to the Muller two-step have been around for a long time; it would be nice if ID critics would recognize and perhaps answer them.
That Darwinism seems even superficially plausible depends completely on the ability of living things to reproduce themselves without significant degradation.
Professor Behe traces the errant thinking to an outdated mathematical picture taken from Ronald Fisher and his 1930 book, The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection.