The coagulation cascade cannot evolve unless there is simultaneously a mechanism in hand for controlling it. Both would have to arise at the same time.
Recently, a commenter on the Center for Science and Culture’s Facebook page asked about a paper by the late biochemist Russell F. Doolittle.
The question posed by considering evolutionary theory versus intelligent design is whether a marvel like the femur could have arisen by chance-driven processes.
A microbe was found to organize its electron transport machinery in a way that bends the membrane for optimum energy utilization.
What a strange thing to say. To represent someone with his own words, while pointing out his failure to respond to substantive critiques, is “slander”?