Protein folds show more flexibility than previously thought, but the flexibility appears designed. If it’s hard to get one fold to work, how about two in the same protein?
A simple tissue we take for granted turns out to represent another example of irreducible complexity in the human body.
We know that many molecular machines are irreducibly complex in their operation. Even more IC is the process of assembling them in the cell.
John West reviews two books by conservatives, Yuval Levin and Eric Cohen, who “seem more interested in criticizing their fellow conservatives who challenge Darwinism than in criticizing Darwinism itself.”
We know they are just molecular machines, but some proteins appear to have uncanny abilities to sense a situation and make decisions.