The once seemingly humble cilium is actually even more irreducibly complex than Dr. Behe suggested in his first book.
“Eat me!” cries a cell to other cells. But biochemists know it is for the greater good.
According to Michael Behe, his critics have managed to provide little more than hand-waving, smoke screens, and the sweeping of crucial problems under the rug.
The authors close by quoting Carl Sagan’s famous adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Do they offer that kind of evidence?