Perhaps because life is so common, it’s easy to lose sight of how tenuous it is. Life depends on a delicate balance of forces.
They explored how the nematode worm C. elegans orients itself to the earth’s magnetic field.
They say these systems “evolved,” as if that explained it, but the substance of everything else they say points to intelligent design.
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.