Grotesque distortions worthy of, well, the Huffington Post.
I consider this video to be the simplest and clearest presentation of that argument.
Jerry Harned is the Editor for Illustra Media. ENV asked him about the work that goes into a top-flight production like this.
In my 2000 Mathematical Intelligencer article “A Mathematician’s View of Evolution,” I compared the development of the genetic code of life with the development of a computer program, such as my finite element code PDE2D.
The bacterial flagellum represents not just a problem of irreducible complexity. Rather, the problem extends far deeper than that. What we are now observing is the existence of irreducibly complex systems within irreducibly complex systems.