Tag: molecular machines
Charles Darwin, Michael Behe — Two Revolutionary Scientists
Here’s a great insight and juxtaposition by historian and philosopher of science Michael Keas.
Biologist in TEDx Talk: Life’s “Complex Interacting Molecular Machines” Appear “Built by an Engineer”
I don’t think that Stephen Larson is pro-intelligent design, which makes his descriptions of biology all the more striking.
PNAS Paper Admits Understanding the Origin of Cellular Features Is a “Glaring Gap” in Evolutionary Biology
This remains a major problem for evolutionary thinking, whether under an adaptationist or a neutralist model.
Researchers Suggest Molecular Machine Is Irreducibly Complex
They say these systems “evolved,” as if that explained it, but the substance of everything else they say points to intelligent design.
Mechanical Gears Discovered on Planthopper Insects Provide an Opportunity to Recognize, or Deny, Design
History has long attributed the development of the gear to the ancient Greeks, over two thousand years ago.