Richard Dawkins, better than anyone, has publicly championed the dogma that Darwinian pathways can and must always exist for any biological system.
Doolittle predicts, from an evolutionary framework, that jawless vertebrates would have a simpler blood clotting cascade than the human system.
After a 25-year search, dualist philosopher David Chalmers won the bet with neuroscientist Christof Koch.
The video complains about Behe’s “usage of terminology pertaining to machinery.” Is Farina going to charge the entire flagella community with dishonesty?
Good empirical science searches for explanations that fit the evidence. But another kind of “science” is committed to telling stories about unguided evolution.