Darwinian theory proposes that the astoundingly intricate machinery of the cell developed step by tiny step, by natural selection acting on random mutation.
The paper uses a slightly different term but it amounts to the same thing as Behe’s “irreducible complexity,” and points implicitly to the same challenge to Darwinian accounts of origins.
In sum, Behe has not backed away from his strong arguments about irreducible complexity in the wake of the Dover trial.
Here’s an illustration likely to be more resistant to Darwinist misrepresentation than Michael Behe’s well-known mouse trap analogy.
“Where, for starters, are the laws of quantum mechanics themselves supposed to have come from?”