Behe used the common mousetrap to illustrate irreducible complexity, showing how various mechanical contrivances need all of their main parts to function.
There’s no better tribute to the power of ideas than a changed mind. Erik Strandness is a physician in Spokane, WA, practicing neonatal medicine.
Evolution’s proper place of study has moved from gross anatomy and population genetics to biochemistry.
To say that a writer “opened your eyes,” and to something as profound as the design of life, is a fantastic tribute.
The Lehigh University biochemist addresses misconceptions about irreducible complexity, and responds to the claim that “molecular machines” is a misnomer.